- "Yes, They Can! [ZIP,55MB]"
Preparing Parents & Educators of Blind and Visually Impaired Individuals in the Field of Access Technology. Project EENAT Publication, 2000
- Casestudy "Yes, I can! [ZIP-17,1KB]"
Visually impaired people in the work place: Technology opens new opportunities. Project EENAT Brossure 1998
- SITE SEEING
The development of an accessible website or web-based multimedia product.
Authors: Eric Velleman and Henk Snetselaar.
- Proceedings from 5th European Conference of ICEVI:
- plenary sessions:
The importance of information technology for visually impaired children and youngsters and the expectations for future developments, Lars Ballieu Christensen, Denmark.
- parallel sessions:
Chapter 8: New Technology.
Links related to Access Technology:
- Person Centred Technology (PCT)
Learning Disabilities Wales shares with us its effort at raising PCT awareness through free sessions for people with a learning disability and service providers in Wales. Hft shows how using PCT has allowed more independence and, as a result, more self-esteem for persons with disabilities. The Emilia Romagna's Regional Centre for Assistive Technology demonstrates that the prolonged use of PCT is more economically effective than staff and carers, while allowing greater autonomy. The AsTeRICS project is presented to adapt assistive solutions at a low-cost and in a more user-friendly fashion. BlueAssist and Cloudina are applications that allow for people with disabilities to be more in control of their lives and more autonomous. The last article is on the European Thematic Network on Assistive information technology, which implemented a European Web Portal providing information on ICT-based assistive products available in Europe.
- Virtual environments with ideas to help people be more independent in their own homes
- Project EENAT
Eastern European Network on Access Technology
- Accessibility Resource Center, NetMechanic
EBU Access Cast
The official podcast from EBU which talks about assistive technology for blind and partially sighted people across Europe.