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FW: USE OF ACCESSIBLE TECHNOLOGY REPORTS AVAILABLE: New Microsoft & Forrester Research Study

From: John M Slatin <john_slatin@austin.utexas.edu>
Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2004 08:30:25 -0500
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This is evidently the follow up to the Forrester Research study released in February, which reported findings that 57% of current computer users between the ages 18 and 64 would benefit from features and functionality associated with accessibility and/or assistive technology (but wouldn't necessarily know about such features as long as they're associated with disability).

John

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Subject: [techlunch] USE OF ACCESSIBLE TECHNOLOGY REPORTS AVAILABLE: Microsoft & Forrester Research Study


USE OF ACCESSIBLE TECHNOLOGY REPORTS AVAILABLE:  Microsoft commissioned and Forrester Research conducted a study to learn about the potential need for accessible technology. The first report from that study, The Wide Range of Abilities and Its Impact On Computer Technology, was released earlier this year.  A new report, Accessible Technology in Computing-Examining Awareness, Use, and Future Potential, has just been completed by Forrester and published.  Both reports and more information about the study are published at www.microsoft.com/enable/research/. 




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