Don't make the Blind Kid Play Dodgeball
Dale Monobe, Ph.D. and I originally presented this at an academic library conference. We suggested ways to modify active learning exercises to be more accessible to all students. Yes, the title is based on my personal experience.
Code for America as and Instructional Resource for Teaching User Centered Design and Accessibility
Written with Lisa Jo Elliott, Ph.D.
Evaluation of training of software developers on the social justice model of accessibility
Pre-publication copy. This paper discusses the effectiveness of training software developers on the social justice model of accessibility.
Reports for Industry/Accessibility
Accessibility for Code for Kansas City
This is report I produced for Code for Kansas City to suggest ways they could improve the accessibility of the projects and encourage participation by people with disabilities.
Accessibility Audit of the Kansas City, Missouri Local Government Website
This report highlights one of the often overlooked issues that can make or break accessibility. In this case, the information architecture of the website, while problematic for all users, was especially misery making for people with disabilities.
Baking Accessibility in from the Beginning
I presented information to my fellow students about creating content that is designed with accessibility in mind.