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Articles written by Lucy Greco  Accessibility in Education


Accessibility of Commercial Premises: My Experience in Calgary

Lucy Greco, a native of Canada and now a web accessibility expert at UC Berkeley, California, shares her experience of accessing commercial spaces in her home town of Calgary More

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On Accessible Transport: Calgary versus California

Lucy Greco, a native of Canada and now a web accessibility expert at UC Berkeley, California, writes about her decades-long experience accessing the public transportation system in the United States in comparison to her hometown in Canada. More

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The Everyday Life of a Blind Technologist

Inaccessible, touch-based household appliances are the last mile barriers for persons with disabilities. Lucy Greco writes about how accessible technology impacts the way she eats, reads, works and goes about her daily life. More

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"Challenges are Part of my Work Description, But Giving Up Isn't"

Lucy Greco, Web Accessibility Expert at University of California, Berkeley, gives us a comprehensive account of a typical day at work, testing, reviewing and providing feedback on software for users who are blind and visually impaired. More

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We All Experience Technology Differently

From waking up in the morning with the aid of a talking alarm clock to commuting to work and checking emails on her Android mobile phone, Lucy Greco, an accessibility expert who also happens to be blind, experiences technology in a slightly different manner than some of us. She gives us a rundown of her typical day interacting with digital devices. More

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Accessibility of Science Instructional Material and Courses for Students with Disabilities

Previously, Lucy Greco detailed how students with disabilities found it difficult, if not nearly impossible, to access Mathematics modules in schools and colleges owing to a lack of accessible content and assistive technology software that cater specifically to making math textbooks accessible. In this article, the author focuses on the state of accessibility of science courses in the United States higher education field. More

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Electronic Text and the Law: Making Math Accessible for Students with Disabilities

Students with Disabilities have a right to accessible math textbooks and instruction materials. Despite the presence of legislation affording this in the United States, we do not see universal access to mathematical modules in colleges and educational institutions, notes Lucy Greco  More

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From Classrooms to e-Accessible Classes: Making e-Learning Inclusive

With the Internet turning into a virtual and global classroom, it’s time that course content, instruction methodology and instructors learn how to design and impart inclusive learning for students with disabilities, says Lucy Greco. More

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Reclaiming CAPTCHA for Persons with Disabilities

CAPTCHA is an important security feature to keep spammers in check. However, image, audio or text CAPTCHA are not wholly accessible by persons with a range of disabilities and keeps this very important demography off the information highway, says Lucy Greco.  More

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The Accessibility of the User Interface

Persons with Disabilities have a range of accessible devices to choose from. However, with an increasing number of gadgets going Touch, are some products becoming less accessible to a section of the community? Lucy Greco has the answer.  More

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