These sites point to general computer-related information for people with disabilities.

 

  • Ability Hub. Information web site geared for people with disabilities who need an alternative access method and/or device to operate the computer.
     
  • EASI (Equal Access to Software and Information). A resource to the education community providing information and guidance in the area of access-to-information technologies by individuals with disabilities
     
  • EyeTech Digital Systems. EyeTech Digital Systems offers a hands free computing product for disabled people called Quick Glance. The Quick Glance system makes it possible to operate a computer with eye movement only.
     
  • Information Technology Technical Assistance & Training Center (ITTATC). Promotes the development of accessible electronic and information technology by providing technical assistance, training and information.
     
  • Koester Performance Research. Enhances the usability and accessibility of information and assistive technologies through research, development, and education.
     
  • Microsoft Accessability. Accessibility features in Microsoft products.
     
  • Rehabtool.com. High-tech assistive computer technologies, augmentative and alternative communication devices, hardware and software, as well as a variety of computer accessibility tools and rehabilitation aids.
     
  • Trace Center. Links to computer and software developers, information on access activities at Trace, and software toolkits.
     
  • Unicorn Quest. Unicorn Quest is a shareware typing tutor game for children, for one or two hands and missing fingers..
     
  • Virtual Assistive Technology Center. Information of assistive technologies for computer access.
     
  • Web Accessibility guidelines. Direct from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).