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New Videos and a Research Brief on the Use of Wireless Technology Features and Wireless Device Activities by Individuals with Disabilities

June 13, 2019
Source: Wireless RERC

The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center for Wireless Inclusive Technologies (Wireless RERC) has published a research brief, Survey of User Needs, SUNspot 2: Use of Wireless Technology Features and Wireless Device Activities by Individuals with Disabilities, 2017-2018. The brief presents key findings regarding the use of wireless technology features by Survey of User Needs’ respondents, including real-time-text, intelligent assistants, and visual and audio display options. The brief discusses the use of wireless devices by individuals with disabilities for a variety of activities and focuses on the capabilities built into those devices and their relationship to users’ reported functional limitations and difficulties.

In addition, the Wireless RERC outreach team produced two new videos that are available on their YouTube channel and featured on their website. The first video, Customizing Wireless Emergency Alert Settings on Android Devices, is an update to their popular Android-focused Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) video. The second video is an ASL (American Sign Language) tutorial about their website.

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http://www.wirelessrerc.gatech.edu/


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