Adaptive Technologies for Individuals with Visual Impairments: Scholarly and Consumer Perspectives
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Adaptive technologies allow people with visual impairments to access information, but problems surrounding access and availability to these technologies exist. Scholarly literature and reports by organizations, such as the Canadian National Institute for the Blind and the Canadian Library Association, have recognized and discussed these problems and the strategies to overcome them. Libraries are among the organizations that are making adaptive technologies more widely available to consumers. A number of adaptive technologies are discussed.
Mann, D. (2006). Adaptive technologies for individuals with visual impairments: Scholarly and consumer perspectives. Dalhousie Journal of Interdisciplinary Management, 2, 1-12.