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Keynote requirements for maintaining web access for hearing-impaired individuals: A ten-year perspective

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1 Author(s)
Daniel M. Berry ; Cheriton School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada

The first part of the title (after "Keynote:") is the title of a paper and talk presented by the speaker at WSE 2001, ten years ago in Florence, Italy. The abstract for the 2001 paper was: The current textual and graphical interfaces to computing, including the Web, is a dream come true for the hearing impaired. However, improved technology for voice and audio interface threaten to end this dream. Requirements are identified for continued access to computing for the hearing impaired. Consideration is given also to improving access to the sight impaired. In the keynote, the author plan to report everything that the author have learned to date about the subject.

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2011 13th IEEE International Symposium on Web Systems Evolution (WSE)

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30-30 Sept. 2011