Best Student Paper

The SIGACCESS Best Student Paper Award is presented to the individual(s) judged by an awards committee to have written the best paper appearing in the ASSETS conference proceedings. To be considered for the Best Student Paper Award, the student must be the first author. Recipients are presented with a certificate from ACM at the conference.

2007 Best Student Paper

Slipping and Drifting: Using Older Users to Uncover Pen-Based Target Acquisition Difficulties

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2006 Best Student Paper

MobileASL: Intelligibility of Sign Language Video As Constrained by Mobile Phone Technology

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2005 Best Student Paper

Automatic Production of Tactile Graphics from Scalable Vector Graphics

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2004 Best Student Paper

Mouse Movements of Motion-Impaired Users: A Submovement Analysis

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2002 Best Student Paper

Speech-based Cursor Control

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2000 Best Student Paper

Neck Range of Motion and Use of Computer Head Controls

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1998 Best Student Paper

A Model of Keyboard Configuration Requirements

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