Adaptive Technologies for Learning & Work Environments
American Library Association, 1993 - Computerized self-help devices for people with disabilities - 251 pages
How to make your facilities accessible to the disabled community with adaptive technologies.
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Breaking Barriers with Adaptive Technology
The Personal Computer
Technology for Persons with Vision Impairments
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