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Thursday, March 27, 2008


09:00 AM - 02:00 PM Kellogg Conference Center, Gallaudet University
800 Florida Ave, NE
Washington, DC, 20002

(202) 651-6000

The Commission will host a VSTL roundtable discussion regarding the TGDC recommended VVSG. Topics include: (1) New research, technology, or methods in the areas of accessibility and usability; (2) usability and/or disability concerns with voting systems; (3) Does the current recommended guidelines allow for independent participation by individuals with disabilities; (4) How to best qualify people to conduct usability and accessibility testing, and more.

  • New Research and Technology

  • Draft TGDC VSSG

  • Qualified Testers

  • Disabilities and Interfaces

  • Diane Cordry (MAT), Whitney Quesenbery (TGDC), Phillip Pearce (TGDC), Sharon Laskowski (NIST), Paul Herrnson (CAPC), Ted Selker (MIT/CalTech VP), Gregg Vanderheiden (UWM), Josephine Scott (Seascape), Jim Dickson (AAPD), Noel Runyan (PDS)

  • Diane Cordry Golden, Ph.D., Missouri Assistive Technology

  • Whitney Quesenbery, Usability Professionals' Association

  • Josephine Scott, Usability Professionals' Association

  • Jim Dickson, American Association of People with Disabilities

  • Noel Runyan, Personal Data Services

Export to Outlook Related Events: Documents:
Sunshine Notice
Discussion Questions
Participants List
Testimony - Diane Cordry Golden
Testimony - Whitney Quesenbery
Testimony - Josephine Scott
Testimony - Jim Dickson
Testimony - Noel Runyan