Congratulations to the NIDRR-funded Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Wireless Technologies (Wireless RERC) and the RERC on Universal Interface and Information Technology Access! Their presentations at the 29th International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference, or CSUN 2014, were selected among the best papers to appear in the latest issue of the Journal on Technology and Persons with Disabilities!
Three papers from the Wireless RERC were selected:
- Hearing Aid Compatibility of Cellphones: Results from a National Survey , John Morris, James L. Mueller, Michael L. Jones, page 13
- Wireless Technology Uses and Activities by People with Disabilities , John Morris, James L. Mueller, Michael L. Jones, page 29
- Futures of Disabilities: Is Technology Failing Us? , James White, Salimah LaForce, Braeden Benson, page 119
One paper from the RERC on Universal Interface and Information Technology Access was also selected:
- Computerized Decision Support for People with Disabilities: Review and Outlook , Yao Ding, Gregg C. Vanderheiden, page 134
These and all of the article from this issue are available free in full text.