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Inside this Issue
Welcome to the October 2020 issue of the ACM SIGACCESS newsletter. The first two articles feature the work by the authors of the best Technical and Best Communication award from W4A 2020. First, Eraslan et al. discuss the ScanPath algorithm and its capabilities in detecting autism discussing the opportunities for future work. Next, Sala et al. presents a user study of five Spanish public e-services. The last article by Lynn Kirabo discusses the interplay between universal design and interaction designs for the Global South, the work was presented at ASSETS 2019 Doctoral Consortium. Lastly, make sure to check out the details of the SIGACCESS Elections 2021.
TOWARDS LESS COMPLEX E-GOVERNMENT SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH LOW VISION: AN EVALUATION OF FIVE SPANISH PUBLIC WEB SERVICES
"OUR PERSPECTIVE MATTERS." USING UNIVERSAL DESIGN GOALS TO GUIDE TECHNOLOGY DESIGN IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH
SIGACCESS Elections 2021
In early 2021 SIGACCESS will be holding elections for the positions of Chair, Vice-Chair and Secretary-Treasurer.
SIGACCESS is calling for members of the community to run for these positions. To learn more about these roles and how to get on the ballot, please contact Shari Trewin (firstname.lastname@example.org), or any of the current SIGACCESS officers, or join us at ASSETS 2020 for an 'Ask Me Anything' session.
The elected candidates will serve a three-year term from July 2021-June 2024. All candidates must be ACM Professional Members, as well as members of SIGACCESS (it's quick and easy to join online!)
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