Browse by Subject "Accessibility to technology"
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Anticipation or struggle?: Political constraints on visions of the future: Commentary on "Anticipating applications for digital video communications: Two scenarios for Australia" (University of Lethbridge, Canada, 1995)Commentary on "Anticipating applications for digital video communications: Two scenarios for Australia". Discusses the need for human agency in setting the future of new technologies.
(Graduate School of Library Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1980)In this paper, each of the three areas of handicap visual, physical and cognitive will be explored, along with the different approaches which have been used to provide access to textual information. Some of the approaches ...
(1999)The articles in this section are not content to remain in the realm of technique. This, despite the fact that I suspect none of the authors would easily dismiss Ellul’s assertion that it is vain to pretend that “the ...
Terror-War Funding in Universities and Libraries: A White Paper on how Military Funding’s Relatively New Connection to the Research University and the Library-as-Liberal-Space don’t Settle Together (2012-03-09)Explores tensions caused by the USA PATRIOT Act in Libraries, the ever-increasing amount of Military-connected funds going to numerous academic departments, control of research in anthropology and technology in the midst ...