October 2012 – Brief summaries of our key recent research findings are now available

Some of our key recent research findings are now available. Speak Up! ICTs are “POSITIVES” Learning Disabilities: ICTs to the rescue Employment Picture for College Career/Technical Grads with Disabilities is Rosy Graduates and Leavers with Disabilities: In the Labor Force Satisfaction, Disability, and Academic Retention Did you have reading problems? Yes to Extended Time! Do […]

Juillet 2012 – Deux projets récemment complétés

Nous avons complété nos projets sur l’Étude sur les expériences en éducation postsecondaire des personnes ayant des handicaps au Canada et l’Étude québécoise portant sur les technologies de l’information et de la communication et les étudiants ayant des troubles d’apprentissage. Pour plus d’informations sur ces projets, visitez : Étude sur les expériences en éducation postsecondaire […]

September 2011 – Updated Database of Free & Inexpensive Computer Technologies

We have updated our extensive database of free and inexpensive adaptive technology, including Apple Apps (i.e, iPod touch, iPhone and iPad). We also reviewed built-in accessibility features for Apple computers, Windows 7, iPod touch, iPhone and iPad. Free and Inexpensive Adaptive Technology Database Free and Inexpensive Technology Database: Apple Apps (iPod touch, iPhone and iPad) […]

July 2011 – Two New Completed Projects

We have completed our research projects on the Use and Accessibility of Social Media by College and University Students with Disabilities and a Quebec Study Comparing the Satisfaction and Academic Success of College Students With and Without Disabilities. For more information on those projects, visit: Use and Accessibility of Social Media by College and University […]

October 2010 – Dawson College Awarded CCTT With Partner Cégep du Vieux Montréal

Dawson College and the Cégep du Vieux Montréal have been awarded a College Centre for Technology Transfer in Innovative Social Practices (CCTT-PSN) that will contribute to the development and adoption of practices that foster optimal integration of individuals with a variety of disabilities into postsecondary education and the workplace. The CCTT is called Centre de […]

Jennison Asuncion Interviewed on Web Accessibility

Co-Director Jennison Asuncion was recently interviewed to get his opinions on a number of web accessibility topics for the blog, Art of Accessibility. Interview with Jennison Asuncion (MS Word) Interview with Jennison Asuncion (PDF)

Découvrir Features Catherine Fichten and Joan Wolforth

The French-language publication, Découvrir, features Adaptech Research Network Co-Director, Catherine Fichten, and long-time research partner, Joan Wolforth, Director of the Office for Students with Disabilities at McGill University. The focus is on our various research activities. The article is titled Dialogos : Technologies de l’information – Surmonter les Handicaps and can be found in volume […]