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Reflections: Accessible Library Systems

Making a library system accessible is important to consider when designing or developing that system.

Comeaux & Schmetzke (2013) provided some interesting findings regarding the lack of  accessibility of academic library web sites. 260 more words

Library Systems

design of an exergaming station for children with cerebral palsy

In this CHI 2012 paper, the authors embark on a project to address the research question, “How to design a station allowing children with Cerebral Palsy to play exergames involving vigorous activity in a safe, convenient and enjoyable manner.” The scope of their exercise in trying to answer their research question is focused on the physical design of the station and the station’s software interface to games. 552 more words

Thoughts About Weekly Readings

A Visually Impaired Photographer Experiments with the GoPro

As many of you who follow me online know, I am very passionate about photography and the possibilities it presents to us as people with disabilities to tell our own stories and exercise our creativity. 1,319 more words


Autumn Riding Tips

The leaves are changing colour, and the riding conditions are changing with them! Gone are the long, warm summer evenings (don’t worry, they’ll come back!). 515 more words

Urbane Cyclist

Accessibility Webinar

Andrew Owen of the University of Minnesota Accessibility Observatory will be talking about accessibility October 28 at FHWA’s:

Performance Measures Beyond the Mainstream

Tuesday, October 28, 2014 1:30:00 PM CDT – 3:00:00 PM CDT…

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Our blog is now on our main site, here is an excerpt from our latest post. Please go to tripility to read the rest!

Written by Debs; part of the Tripility team. 180 more words