Secretary/Treasurer

Secretary/Treasurer

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Dr. Jinjuan Heidi Feng is an associate professor at the Computer and Information Sciences Department at Towson University. She received a Ph. D. in Information Sciences from UMBC in 2005. She conducts research in the area of universal accessibility, mobile health applications, and accessible security and privacy. She works closely with national and local communities to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities through information technology. Her current research projects focus on assistive technologies for people with cognitive disabilities in educational and professional settings, mobile applications for health related activities, and accessible security techniques for individuals with visual or cognitive disabilities. Her work has been published in various top-notch journals and conferences such as Human-Computer Interaction, ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, and ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing. She is serving on the editorial board of ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing and has served on numerous conference program committees and review panels.

June 2011 Newsletter

Articles on web accessibility evaluation, planning an accessible conference, and assistive technology commercialization.

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January 2011 Newsletter

Research reports from the ASSETS 2010 Doctoral Consortium.

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September 2010 Newsletter

Report from W4A 2010, public policy in the United States

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June 2010 Newsletter

Articles on Technology and Deaf Education Symposium, participation of deaf and hard of hearing people in sign language research, and travelling assistance for people with cognitive impairments.

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January 2010 Newsletter

Research reports from the ASSETS 2009 Doctoral Consortium.

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September 2009 Newsletter

Articles on courseware for dyslexic children, smart home interfaces and pervasive computing.

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June 2009 Newsletter

Articles on web toolkit accessibility, non-verbal vocal input, and mobile technology to tackle teenage obesity.

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January 2009 Newsletter

Research reports from the ASSETS 2008 Doctoral Consortium, and ASSETS 2008 trip report.

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September 2008 Newsletter

Articles on question answering, older adults using mobile devices, and writing guidelines for technology and people with disabilities.

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June 2008 Newsletter

Articles on vocal control, stroke care information and an agenda for human-centered computing.

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