Research Areas - Accessibility

Researchers at the School of Information conduct world-leading research on accessibility and assistive technology for diverse users, including people who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, people who are blind, people with communication impairments, and older adults. Researchers also study how to make both technology design and education more inclusive of diverse users.

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Center for Accessibility and Inclusion Research

The Center for Accessibility and Inclusion Research (CAIR) brings together faculty and students who conduct and publish research at leading computing and education venues on accessibility and assistive technology for diverse users, including people who are deaf or hard of hearing, people who are blind, people with communication impairments, and older adults.

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Linguistic and Assistive Technologies Laboratory

We conduct research in computational linguistics and human-computer interaction, with a primary focus on accessibility applications and assistive technology for people with disabilities.

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