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Articles written by Lucy Greco  Accessibility in Education


Who is Responsible for all the Inaccessible Technology in the World? - Part I

When there are several accessible software and technologies in the market, why do we continue to use inaccessible devices, asks Lucy Greco More

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Who is Responsible for all the Inaccessible Technology in the World? - Part II

When there are several accessible software and technologies in the market, why do we continue to use inaccessible devices, asks Lucy Greco More

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Can We Give Too Much?

For students with disabilities in college and universities, where do we draw the line between providing them support services and teaching them to be independent, asks Lucy Greco More

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To Click or Not to Click: Use of Clickers in Classrooms

Several years ago clickers started hitting the scene in US secondary classes. This effective and innovative use of technology was very valuable to instructors and students alike. However, says Lucy Greco, these devices have accessibility issues and might need a different approach to integration in classrooms. More

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A Brief History of E-Text: Part II

How Text Became Accessible for Persons with Disabilities - Part II by Lucy Greco. In the concluding part of this blog, the author looks at impediments to accessing print and online materials due to IP and Copyright Acts. More

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A Brief History of E-text: Part I

Lucia Greco, an Assistive Technology Specialist at UC Berkeley, San Francisco Bay Area, writes about the leaps in technology that has made the text accessible for persons with disabilities More

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