CSE590W: Accessibility Research Seminar
Time and Place
- Winter 2020
- Thursdays, 1:30-2:20
- Gates (CSE2) - 374
This reading group will cover a breadth of research papers on accessible computing.
To gain an overview of this research area, we will meet weekly to discuss one or more readings and to reflect on directions for future work.
Expectations. The weekly meetings will be at 1:30pm on Thursdays. This seminar is for 1 credit hour. Students are expected to attend the weekly meetings and to spend 1-2 hours outside of class each week reading and responding to the readings to prepare for the group meeting.
Who can attend? Students at any level who are excited about reading peer-reviewed research papers and participating in academic research-oriented discussions. Graduate students should directly register for this course, undergraduates are welcome to reach out to Annie.
All students should make sure the try to run discussion in as accessible a fashion as possible. This Paper and Video are good guides for that.
- Januaray 23, 2020 Readings: Disability studies as a source of critical inquiry for the field of assistive technology
- Jan 30 Reading: Investigating the Appropriateness and Relevance of Mobile Web Accessibility Guidelines. Lead by Anastasia.
- Feb 6: Annie. Reading: CaBot: Designing and Evaluating an Autonomous Navigation Robot for Blind People.
- Feb 13: Jacob. Reading: Reading Between the Guidelines: How Commercial Voice Assistant Guidelines Hinder Accessibility for Blind Users
- Feb 20: Yuxuan. Reading: Consumer-grade fabrication and its potential to revolutionize accessibility.
- Feb 27: Steven. Reading Behavioral Changes in Speakers who are Automatically Captioned in Meetings with Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing Peers
- March 5: Jessica. Reading: Would You Be Mine: Appropriating Minecraft as an Assistive Technology for Youth with Autism. HELD REMOTELY: on ZOOM
- March 12 :
Annuska. CANCELLED! Keep an eye out for an email about next quarter's seminar