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Resources for More Information on Accessibility

For more information about software accessibility, consult the following organizations, conferences, and books:


Clearinghouse on Computer Accommodation (COCA)
18th & F Streets, NW
Room 1213
Washington, DC  20405
(202) 501-4906

A central clearinghouse of information on technology and accessibility. COCA documentation covers products, government resources, user requirements, legal requirements, and much more.

Sensory Access Foundation
385 Sherman Avenue, Suite 2
Palo Alto, CA  94306
(415) 329-0430

A nonprofit organization that consults on application of technology "to increase options for visually and hearing impaired persons." Publishes newsletters on adaptive technology.

Special Needs Project
3463 State Street
Santa Barbara, CA  93105
(805) 683-9633

Vendor of books on a wide variety of disability issues for professionals and families.

Trace Research and Development Center
S-151 Waisman Center
1500 Highland Avenue
Madison, WI  53528
(608) 262-6966

A central source for the current information on assistive technologies as well as a major research and evaluation center. Trace distributes databases and papers on adaptive technology and resources.


Conference on Technology and Persons with Disabilities
Every spring in Los Angeles, California
(818) 885-2578
Closing the Gap
Conference on Microcomputer Technology in Special Education and
Every fall in Minneapolis, Minnesota
(612) 248-3294

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