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Effective Access Technology Conference 2014 - Call for Papers Deadline June 10th

The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) will hold its 2nd Annual Effective Access Technology Conference July 17-18, 2014 in Rochester, New York. The conference will focus on innovative solutions for barriers facing technology access for people with disabilities. RIT has issued a call for papers.  The papers should focus on the following areas: 1. “The development of hardware, software, or processes that assist people with disabilities in daily living activities, the workplace, the classroom, the rehabilitation process, and/or recreational activities,” 2. “Research related to challenges faced by individuals with sensory, physical, and/or cognitive disabilities,” 3. “Topics related to the incorporation of technology to provide effective access such as: universal design, needs assessment, and the interaction between individuals, service providers, developers and manufacturers.” Abstracts of no more than 150 words are due by June 10, 2014. Further details on the conference and abstracts can be found in the link below.

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