CSE590W: Accessibility Research Seminar
Who can attend? Students at any level who are excited about the intersection of disability, race and accessibility Those who can't register directly for the course should reach out to Annie.
Please remember to help us create an inclusive, respectful, and accessible environment for all participants. This means many things but some examples are: taking turns when speaking; introducing yourself and helping to improve caption accuracy by speaking clearly and slowly; keeping your video on if possible to make lip reading easier; remembering to do the reading, listen and avoid assuming you know what others experience; do the work to teach yourself and learn together; check in regularly; and let others speak before speaking again.
Sept 30, 2020: Overview
Annie & Jen Overview Slides: We will discuss some of the core definitional concepts and vocabulary likely to be used in our readings this quarter.
How to center Disability in the Tech Response to COVID-19
On Being Black and ‘Disabled but Not Really’ by Imani Barbarin
Jan 14: Momona, Unhelathy Disabled
- David Cobley's Disability and International Development
- A Guide for Students and Practitioners talks about the *full* definition of the social model with impairment in the second chapter. highly reccommed.
Jan 21:: Creating Access to Music Through Visualization
- David W. Fourney & Deborah I Fels. Creating Access to Music Through Visualization
- Lornet Turnbull. Critics say chorus interpreter is inaccurate, seek his removal.
Jan 28:: Lotus and Richard: Designing for Switch Access
- I. Scott Mackenzie and Torsten Felzer. 2010. SAK: Scanning ambiguous keyboard for efficient one-key text entry. ACM Trans. Comput.-Hum. Interact. 17, 3, Article 11 (July 2010), 39 pages.
Feb 4: Anastasia: What Do We Mean by Accessibility Research?
- Kelly Mack, Emma McDonnell, Dhruv Jain, Lucy Lu Wang, Jon E. Froehlich, and Leah Findlater. CHI 2021. What Do We Mean by "Accessibility Research"? A Literature Survey of Accessibility Papers in CHI and ASSETS from 1994 to 2019.
Feb 11: Taylor & Kelly: Embracing Four Tensions in Human-Computer Interaction Research with Marginalized People.
- Calvin A. Liang, Sean A. Munson, and Julie A. Kientz. CHI 2021. Embracing Four Tensions in Human-Computer Interaction Research with Marginalized People.
Feb 18: Social Time.
Feb 25: Lotus:
- Cynthia L. Bennett, Cole Gleason, Morgan Klaus Scheuerman, Jeffrey P. Bigham, Anhong Guo, and Alexandra To. CHI 2021. “It’s Complicated”: Negotiating Accessibility and (Mis)Representation in Image Descriptions of Race, Gender, and Disability.
March 4: Making Mobile Augmented Reality Accessible.
- Jaylin Herskovitz, Jason Wu, Samuel White, Amy Pavel, Gabriel Reyes, Anhong Guo, and Jeffrey P. Bigham. ASSETS 2020. Making Mobile Augmented Reality Applications Accessible. Paper talk video.