Stewart, Ron ron.stewart at oregonstate.edu
Tue Feb 7 08:20:43 PST 2006

The only comment I would make on Dann's list is the UD book by Rose, CAST has only recently moved into the Postsecondary arena, and this book reflects a very k-12 orientation. If you want UD materials with an adult perspective I would recommend the writings of Sally Scott, or any of the materials available from the UD program at UCONN.



From: athen-bounces at lists.oregonstate.edu on behalf of Berkowitz, Daniel J
Sent: Tue 2/7/2006 7:10 AM
To: eileen berger; athen at lists.oregonstate.edu
Subject: RE: [athen]

Here is my list of favorites:

I also maintain lists of information and resources at the ATHEN blog
http://athenpro.blogspot.com/ (right column)

And at my personal blog:
http://bloggertation.blogspot.com/ (left column)

I agree with Ron's book choices and add these:

Lazzaro, Joseph (2001). Adaptive Technologies for Learning and Work
Environments, 2nd edition. ALA Press - 0-8389-0804-7

Rose, David H. and Meyer, Anne (2002). Teaching Every Student in the
Digital Age: Universal Design for Learning. ASCD Press - 0-87120-599-8

The manuals for every bit at Access technology at your disposal.

Call me if you need any assistance - I'm just over the river :-)

Daniel Berkowitz - Assistant Director
Boston University Office of Disability Services
19 Deerfield Street, 2nd floor
Boston, MA 02215

(617) 353-3658 (office)
(617) 353-9646 (fax)
djbrky at bu.edu (eMail)

>-----Original Message-----

>From: athen-bounces at lists.oregonstate.edu [mailto:athen-

>bounces at lists.oregonstate.edu] On Behalf Of Stewart, Ron

>Sent: Monday, February 06, 2006 6:10 PM

>To: eileen berger; athen at lists.oregonstate.edu

>Subject: RE: [athen]


>Here is were I like to start folks, I am sure others also have ones


>will share.




>Information Access and Adaptive Technology by Coombs and Cunningham

>Accessibility for Everyone by Mueller

>Maximum Accessibility by Slatin and Rush




>The DOIT AccessIT Website



>The GRADE Project at Georgia Tech






>The Policy page of the TAP website



>The SNOW Project




>Research on AT:


>The ADAPTECH Project - Dawson College



>The Research page of the TAP website







>-----Original Message-----

>From: eileen berger [mailto:bergerei at gse.harvard.edu]

>Sent: Monday, February 06, 2006 1:35 PM

>To: Stewart, Ron; athen at lists.oregonstate.edu

>Subject: Re: [athen]


>Dear Ron and AT colleagues,

>What resources, documents,etc. would you suggest I give an IT person


>has no experience with Assistive Technology and sketchy knowledge of

>even minimal access standards for web accessibility for people with

>disabilities? Where would you start? There is so much out there so I

>want to make sure they get it the first time around.





>--On Tuesday, January 31, 2006 12:14 PM -0800 "Stewart, Ron"

><ron.stewart at oregonstate.edu> wrote:



>> We'll you could knock me over with a feather, I just found out that

>> CSUN intends to charge ATHEN $400 for the use of a room for our

>> meeting unless we schedule a banquet dinner at a cost of around



>> It seems that the rumors are true, CSUN is indeed doing things

>> differently to the detriment of their long term partners.


>> Ron


>> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

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>> Technology Access Program

>> Information Services

>> Oregon State University

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>> Corvallis, Oregon 97331

>> Phone: 1.541.737.7307

>> Fax: 1.541.737.2159

>> E-mail: Ron.Stewart at oregonstate.edu

>> WWW: http://tap.oregonstate.edu




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