Accepted Technical Papers

A General Education Course on Universal Access, Disability, Technology and Society
Sri Kurniawan, Sonia Arteaga and Roberto Manduchi
A Tactile Windowing System for Blind Users
Denise Prescher, Gerhard Weber, and Martin Spindler
A Tool to Promote Prolonged Engagement in Art Therapy: Design and Development from Art Therapist Requirements
Jesse Hoey, Krists Zutis, Valerie Leuty and Alex Mihailidis
A Web-Based User Survey for Evaluating Power Saving Strategies for Deaf Users of MobileASL
Jessica J. Tran, Tressa W. Johnson, Joy Kim, Rafael Rodriguez, Sheri Yin, Eve A. Riskin, Richard E. Ladner and Jacob O. Wobbrock
Accessibility by Demonstration: Enabling End Users to Guide Developers to Web Accessibility Solutions
Jeffrey Bigham, Jeremy Brudvik and Bernie Zang
An Evaluation of Video Intelligibility for Novice American Sign Language Learners on a Mobile Device
Kimberly A. Weaver, Thad Starner and Harley Hamilton
Are Synthesized Video Descriptions Acceptable?
Masatomo Kobayashi, Trisha O'Connell, Bryan Gould, Hironobu Takagi and Chieko Asakawa
Autonomous Navigation through the City for the Blind
Jaime Sanchez and Natalia De La Torre
Broadening Accessibility through Special Interests: A New Approach for Software Customization
Robert Morris, Connor Kirschbaum and Rosalind Picard
Click on Bake to Get Cookies: Guiding Word Finding with Semantic Associations
Sonya Nikolova and Marilyn Tremaine
Designing Auditory Cues to Enhance Spoken Mathematics for Visually Impaired Users
Emma Murphy, Enda Bates and Donal Fitzpatrick
Disability Studies as a Source of Critical Inquiry for the Field of Assistive Technology
Jennifer Mankoff, Gillian Hayes and Devva Kasnitz
Evaluating a Tool for Improving Accessibility to Complex Visual Objects
Leo Ferres, Livia Sumegi and Gitte Lindgaard
Field Evaluation of a Collaborative Memory Aid for Persons with Amnesia and their Family Members
Mike Wu, Ronald Baecker and Brian Richards
In-Situ Study of Blind Individuals Listening to Audio-Visual Contents
Claude Chapdelaine
Introducing Multimodal Paper-Digital Interfaces for Speech-Language Therapy
Anne Marie Piper, Nadir Weibel and James Hollan
Leveraging Proprioception to Make Mobile Phones More Accessible to Users with Visual Impairments
Frank Chun Yat Li, David Dearman and Khai Truong
Modeling and Synthesizing Spatially Inflected Verbs for American Sign Language Animations
Matt Huenerfauth and Pengfei Lu
Multiple View Perspectives: Improving Inclusiveness and Video Compression in Mainstream Classroom Recordings
Raja Kushalnagar, Anna Cavender and Jehan-Francois Paris
Note-Taker 2.0: The Next Step toward Enabling Students Who Are Legally Blind to Take Notes in Class
David S Hayden, Liqing Zhou, Michael J Astrauskas and John A Black Jr.
Relating Computer Tasks to Existing Knowledge to Improve Accessibility for Older Adults
Nic Hollinworth and Faustina Hwang
Stroke Therapy through Motion-Based Games: A Case Study
Gazihan Alankus, Rachel Proffitt, Caitlin Kelleher and Jack Engsberg
Testability and Validity of WCAG 2.0: The Expertise Effect
Giorgio Brajnik, Yeliz Yesilada and Simon Harper
Towards a Tool for Keystroke Level Modeling of Skilled Screen Reading
Shari Trewin, Bonnie E. John, John Richards, Cal Swart, Jonathan Brezin and John Thomas
Towards Accessible Touch Interfaces
Tiago Guerreiro, Hugo Nicolau, Joaquim Jorge and Daniel Gonçalves
Understanding the Challenges and Opportunities for Richer Descriptions of Stereotypical Behaviors of Children with ASD: A Concept Exploration and Validation
Nazneen Nazneen, Fatima Boujarwah, Shone Sadler, Amha Mogus, Gregory Abowd and Rosa Arriaga
Using Accessible Math Textbooks with Students who Have Learning Disabilities
Preston Lewis, Steve Noble and Neil Soiffer
VI Bowling: A Tactile Spatial Exergame for Individuals with Visual Impairments
Tony Morelli, John Foley and Eelke Folmer