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January 2014 Newsletter

This issue highlights the ACM ASSETS 2013 Conference. The first article written by Dr. Richard Ladner and Dr. Clayton Lewis provides an overview of the conference. A report on the first ASSETS captioning challenge was contributed by Dr. Raja Kushalnagar. The remaining ten articles highlight the research work of the students who attended the ASSETS 2013 doctoral consortium.

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September 2013 Newsletter

The first article in this issue presents recent research by Cynthia Putnam and Jinghui Cheng that helps therapists make more informed decisions when choosing commercial motion games to assist rehabilitation. The second article by John Schoeberlein and Yuanqiong Wang discusses a collaborative writing application for blind users. The third article by Jesica Rivero-Espinosaa, Andrés Iglesias-Péreza, Jose Antonio Gutiérrez-Dueñasa, and Xavier Rafael-Paloub discribes an AAL architecture to provide active aging services for senior users.

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June 2013 Newsletter

This issue also includes a call for participation for ASSETS 2013 in Bellevue, Washington.

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January 2013 Newsletter

The eight articles included in this issue report the research work of the students who attended the ASSETS 2012 doctoral consortium. An overview of the doctoral consortium was written by Jeffrey Bigham, chair of the successful event.

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January 2012 Newsletter

Research reports from the ASSETS 2011 Doctoral Consortium

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September 2011 Newsletter

Notetaker for visually impaired people wins Microsoft Imagine Cup, web accessibility in Finnish higher education, W3C Web Accessibility Initiative Research and Development Working Group

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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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