Creating Barrier-Free, Broadband Learning Environments

Final Report

Publications

Please list any publications (not limited to refereed journals, but could also include newspaper and magazine articles) resulting from the project, and identify the type of audience being reached.

Article title and location Audience
1. Treviranus, J. Click the Captions, Select the Descriptions: Making Captioning and Video Description Essential for any Learner in Broadband Education. Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Conference, Technology and Persons with Disabilities, Los Angeles, 2000. Teachers, learners with disabilities
2. Treviranus, J. Creating Inclusive Learning Environments. Proceedings of the Educause 2001 Conference, Indianapolis. E-learning community
3. Treviranus, J. Making Yourself At Home - Portable Personal Desktop Preferences. Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Conference, Technology and Persons with Disabilities, Los Angeles, 2002. Teachers, learners with disabilities
4. Treviranus, J. "Exploring the Requirements and Impact of Learner-Centric Education," Proceedings of the EDUCAUSE 2002 Conference, Atlanta, Georgia. E-learning community
5. Alemi, F., Ruth, S., Treviranus, J. Online Education: Cost-effectiveness and Learning Outcomes. Proceedings of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA) Conference, Washington, 2002. Health administrators and health educators
6. Treviranus, J. Creating Inclusive Learning Environments. Proceedings of the 2002 Slice of Life Conference, Toronto, 2002. Applied science educators
7. Treviranus, J. Making Yourself at Home - Portable Personal Access Preferences. Proceedings of the 8th ICCHP 2002 International Conference, Springer Verlag, Linz, Austria, 2002. International accessibility community
8. Treviranus, J. E-Learning that Adapts to the Learner. Proceedings of the E-Learn 2002-World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education. Montreal, 2002. E-learning community
9. Accessible Learning Objects, Chapter in “Reusing Resources for Networked Learning”, Amy Littlejohn Editor, Routledge Publishers, In-publication. E-learning community
10. IMS Accessibility Guidelines, IMS Global Learning Consortium publication. Developers
11. Roberts V. & Fels, D. (2002). Methods for inclusion: employing think aloud protocol with individuals who are deaf. In Miesenberger, K., Claus, J. & Zagler, W. (Eds.), Computers Helping People With Special Needs: 8th Annual Conference Proceedings/ICCHP 2002: Springer, New York. Developers Usability Researchers
12. Silverman, C. & Fels, D.I. (2002). Emotive captioning in a digital world. In Miesenberger, K., Claus, J. & Zagler, W. (Eds.), Computers Helping People With Special Needs: 8th Annual Conference Proceedings/ICCHP 2002: Springer, New York. Broadcasters Developers
13. Fels, D.I., & Silverman, C. (2002). Issues of closed captioning and interactive television . In Miesenberger, K., Claus, J. & Zagler, W. (Eds.), Computers Helping People With Special Needs: 8th Annual Conference Proceedings/ICCHP 2002: Springer, New York Broadcasters Developers

 

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