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National Organization on Disability E-Newsletter

Periodical Web Site:
http://www.nod.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=page.viewPage&pageID=26

Published by:
National Organization on Disability

37 articles listed on AbleData

  1. Access to the Community Benefits Everyone
  2. Accessible Evacuation Procedures Required: A Landmark Case
  3. Adaptive Technology Workstations Lend Assistance to Disabled Students
  4. AOL Accessibility Initiative Benefits Customers with Disabilities
  5. Can Technology Cure Stuttering?
  6. Discovering the Power of Fluency
  7. Enabling Seniors to Live Independently
  8. Five Inclusive Cities
  9. For People with Autism, Assistive Technology Expands Communications Opportunities
  10. Is Universal Web Design Achievable?
  11. John Williams' Column: Assistive Technology - What It Is and How It Improves Our Lives
  12. John Williams' Column: Distance Learning Classes Have Strong Appeal, But?
  13. John Williams' Column: Employers Seek AT Information for Employing People With Disabilities
  14. John Williams' Column: From Service to His Country to Serving People With Disabilities
  15. John Williams' Column: Hampshire College Assistive Technology Center Educates a New Generation of Designers
  16. John Williams' Column: HP Sees Accessibility As A Plus for Business
  17. John Williams' Column: Lomak Is An Innovation in Empowerment for People With Disabilities
  18. John Williams' Column: POETA Provides Job Opportunities for Latin Americans With Disabilities
  19. John Williams' Column: Using Assistive Technology Products to Combat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  20. Keeping it Reel: ReelBooks.com Creates Opportunities for Individuals Who are Blind or Visually Impaired
  21. Kurzweil-Powered Curriculum Helps Both ESL Students and Students with Disabilities
  22. Living Arrangements: An Oakhurst Program Teaches Skills for Living to People With Developmental Disabilities
  23. Microsoft’s XP Expands Accessibility Features for People with Disabilities
  24. MP3 Technology Advances Options for Readers With Disabilities
  25. Musicians With Disabilities Follow Their Dreams
  26. PAC Mate – A Handheld Computer for Blind and Low Vision Users
  27. People With Disabilities Put Cell Phones to Good Use
  28. Reading Pen II Builds Language Skills Among People With Learning Disabilities
  29. Shawn Grassley Discovers A New World Through Assistive Technology
  30. The Optical Braille Reader (O.B.R.) Expands Communications Opportunities for Blind People
  31. Universally Designed Copier Holds Promise for Workplace Accessibility
  32. ViewPlus to Incorporate Text-To-Speech Technology From Wizzard Software in New Chameleon Product Line
  33. Voice Mate – An Ideal Electronic Organizer for People with Disabilities
  34. WCED Promotes Inclusion and Access for People With Disabilities
  35. Wheelchairs Let Disabled Dance, Fence
  36. Word Out: New Access for Deaf; Videophone: A New Device From Utah's Sorenson Media Allows Real-Time Communication for the Hearing Impaired; Devices Getting the Word Out
  37. Working with PopChart Xpress

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