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20240111_Events101_Accessibility

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A Summer Class Exploring Computer Science with Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students ISLAND 2023

The purpose of this research project was to design, deliver, and assess the content and methodology of an introductory course focused on the block-based coding language, Scratch, for educators of…

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TigerTalks in the City: Innovations in Arts Accessibility

This extraordinary panel of Princetonians committed to disability justice and enhancing accessibility in the arts explored the advances to which our community has contributed. Kay Gayner '86, is…

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New Opportunities with Voice Controlled Accessibility Software: Federated Machine Learning and Linux Mobile Devices, Colton Loftus, UG '23 (2264753)

For individuals with health limitations, machine learning provides a powerful way to create more useful accessibility software. Voice controlled accessibility software is one such example that allows…

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06April2023_EnhancingAwarenessAroundAccessibility

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Spencer Trask Series: 'Fostering Collective Accountability In Academe - What Can We Learn From Disabled Faculty About Access And Care"

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Early life stress increases chromatin accessibility in the adult Nucleus Accumbens, Mayowa Oke, UG '22 (3964408)

Early life stress (ELS) is a term which describes a variety of forms of childhood adversity. Research involving both human and rodent subjects has shown that individuals who experience ELS are at…

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Assisted Living in the United States: An Open Dataset, Anton Stengel, UG '23 (3954508)

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for information and data about long-term care facilities in the United States. Unlike nursing homes, assisted living facilities (ALFs) are not federally…

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Analyzing Experiences with Speech Controlled Accessibility Software and Developing a Solution for the Linux Desktop, Colton Loftus, UG '23, (3943096)

For individuals with disabilities affecting the use of their hands, typing and using a mouse can be not only inconvenient, but also painful. This problem is especially prevalent within the software…

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Mastercard’s Touch Card Sets a New Standard for Accessibility: (A11yPrinceton Meetup)

[Access the audio described version. In the SmartPlayer, select the AD playback option.] Learn how Mastercard and IDEMIA designed and introduced an innovative new tactile card standard for blind and…

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Accessible STEM for the Blind, Is It a Reality? (A11yPrinceton Meetup)

[Access the audio described version. In the SmartPlayer, select the AD playback option.]Students with blindness and vision impairments are significantly under-represented in the Science,…

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Reflections on the UAF Experience with Faiza Masood

Faiza Masood, University Administrative Fellow in the Research Services department and Ph.D. candidate in the Religion department for the wrap-up presentation of her fellowship. She will speak about…

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Creating Good UX for People with Disabilities

When they approach a product, people with disabilities have the same goals as everyone else but their needs can be different and their experiences more complex. In this lightning talk, Charlie…

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Improving STEM Researcher Outreach Efforts Working with Communities with Blindness and Vision Impairment (BVI) presented by Dr. Daniel Steinberg at ISLAND 2021

This talk overviews NSF Broader Impact efforts to improve accessibility in STEM for BVI communities. The NSF funded, Princeton Center for Complex Materials program efforts are broad and there is…

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Dr. Siegbert Schmid at ISLAND 2021: Developing laboratory procedures in chemistry for independent learning of students who are blind or low vision

In the School of Chemistry at the University of Sydney we continue to build an inclusive culture for all our staff and students. Laboratory work is a central part of the undergraduate curriculum;…

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Kevin Fjelsted and Ashley Neybert, ISLAND 2021: STEM-torship a new 501c3 for blind science mentorship

We believe Blind students raise their chances of success in STEM by working with successful blind mentors and teachers experienced with work with the blind. Unfortunately, there are not currently…

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