This is a list of video examples of assistive technology / accessibility / usability issues. Watching these videos will an enlightening experience.
Headstrong: LIVING IN THE HIDDEN WORLD OF DYSLEXIA AND ADHD is part of every day life for some people. Even though they love words, trying to read poetry or a novel is like listening to music with only half of the notes
Listening to Learn: Digital Reading Solutions See how technology and document conversion are helping students read and learn.
Me and My Computer Elina was born with athetoid cerebral palsy. About a year ago, when she was 9 years old, she got a computer and in this 4 minute video she demonstrates how it has revolutionized her life. The computer has given her independence as she can now draw and write by herself. She accesses her Apple iBook with an adapted joystick and uses AssistiveWare’s KeyStrokes on-screen keyboard with word prediction for writing. She is also experimenting with Proloquo and the Infovox iVox voices for speech feedback while she types. At home and at school her computer means life to her! Elina lives in California, United States of America.
from Just Ask: Integrating Accessibility Throughout Design This page lists videos of people with disabilities using information and communications technology (ICT), especially with assistive technologies (AT). The videos are listed in the following categories:
- People using assistive technologies (AT)
- Screen readers and braille
- Screen magnification
- AT for people with physical/motor disabilities
- Web accessibility