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American Bar Update on ADA Articles

From: Waddell, Cynthia <cynthia.waddell@ci.sj.ca.us>
Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2000 17:19:47 -0800
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To: "'W3C interest group'" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
I have just been informed that a number of my articles written for the
American Bar Association are now online.  For your information, I am
including an updated list of the articles and urls:

Selected Articles by Cynthia D. Waddell

"The Growing Digital Divide in Access for People with Disabilities:
Overcoming Barriers to Participation" found at
http://www.aasa.dshs.wa.gov/access/waddell.htm.  This paper was commissioned
by the US government for the first national conference on the impact of the
digital economy.  It is the sole paper on the impact for people with
disabilities and was selected for re-publication for the World Economic
Development Congress and World Bank/IMF Summit 9/99.  Written 5/99.

"Electronic Curbcuts: Universal Access for Everyone" at 
http://www.cisp.org/imp/december_99/12_99waddell.htm.  This paper was
requested by and published in iMP: The Magazine for Information Impacts, a
publication of the Center for Information Strategy and Policy, an affiliated
organization of the Association of Computer Machinery Digital Library.  It
is a short update on the previous paper and has information on international
impacts. Written 12/99.

"Applying the ADA to the Internet:  A Web Accessibility Standard" at
 http://www.rit.edu/~easi/law/weblaw1.htm.  This paper was requested by the
American Bar Association for their national summit on disability rights for
the development of a blueprint for the new century. Written 6/98.
"Electronic Curbcuts- The ADA in Cyberspace" published in Human Rights,
Volume 27, Number 1, Winter 2000, an American Bar Association Magazine for
the Section of Individual Rights and Responsibilities. Written 12/99.  See

"The National Federation of the Blind Sues AOL" published in the Human
Rights magazine above.  Written 12/99.  See

"Suit Targets Cyberspace for ADA Compliance" published in the National
Disability Law Reporter, Highlights, Volume 16, Issue 5, December 16, 1999.

"Is Your Site ADA-Compliant . . . or a Lawsuit-in-Waiting?" published in the
Internet Lawyer, Issue 4.11, November 1998; see

"Electronic Curbcuts for Government Web Sites: Making Your Web Site
Accessible" published in ADA Update, a quarterly publication of the ADA
Training Project for State and Local Governments, National League of Cities.
Written Fall 1997.

"Electronic Curbcuts:  How to Build an Accessible Web Site" co-authored by
Leslie M. Campbell and Cynthia D. Waddell, CAPED Communiqué, California
Association of Post-Secondary Education on Disability, Spring 1997; see

"Treble Damages & Attorney's Fees in California:  Remedies for Access Under
the Unruh Civil Rights Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act", written
for the 34th Annual Convention of the Consumer Attorneys of California,
November 1995.
Cynthia D. Waddell   
ADA Coordinator
City Manager Department
City of San Jose, CA USA
801 North First Street, Room 460
San Jose, CA  95110-1704
(408)971-0134 TTY
(408)277-3885 FAX
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