power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless
of disability is an essential aspect."
Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director and inventor of the World Wide Web
Lists of Links
- Alpha One
A nonprofit organization by and for people with disabilities.
Links of interest to people with disabilities and those who work with
Resource guide created and maintained by the O'Keefe Library.
Information regarding education, computers, aging, assistive technology,
- Disability Links Links
relating to disability advocacy, support, resources, and more.
- Disability Websites
Site maintained by the Western States Communication Association.
- Empowerment Zone
Site to help individuals achieve self actualization and full citizenship.
For people that are studying and working in the field
of of disability
Information and marketing resource for the disability community
- The Disability
Network An information highway for the disabled
and their families.
Nonprofit organization that reviews
and reports on disability resources.
Society for the Advancement of Travelers with Handicaps.
Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) news, resources, guidelines,
Tools for creating accessible Web sites.
- AWARE Accessible
Web Authoring Resources and Education.
Human factors, user interface issues, and usable WWW design.
Accessibility to advanced information systems and emerging technologies.
Consortia founded to lead the World Wide Web to its full
Site sponsored by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation
- Adobe Helping
people with visual disabilities access information in Adobe® PDF.
Alliance for Technology Access to connect people with disabilities
to technology tools..
- CAST Technology
for all people, including those with disabilities.
- CAT The Center
for Accessible Technology.
- Half the Planet
Products and services for the adaptation community.
IBM Corporation's "special needs systems" web site.
- Library of Congress
Library services for the blind and physically disabled.
A site to make computers a positive force in employment, education,
National Center for Accessible Media.
Virtual Assistive Technology Center.
Advocacy and Support Groups
American Association of People with Disabiliteis
Infonet Source of technical assistance,
training, and information.
The Office of Disability, Aging and Long-Term
Care Policy web site.
Consortia for Citizens with Disabilities web site.
National Organization on Disability web site.
Services and information related to people with disabilities.
UATP Utah Assistive
Technology Program (USU, Logan).
Utah Center for Assistive Technology (Salt Lake City).
Utah State Office of Rehabilitation:
A Resource for Individuals with Disabilities.
State Online Resources Resource links for persons with
Program which seeks to improve accessibility to online learning
opportunities (USU, Logan).
Weber State University's Services for Students with Disabilities.
Magazines, Newsletters and Newspapers
Magazine about the entertainment industry
and emphazing personal achievement.
Magazine for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing,
and interpreter communities.
Magazine that has been advocating disability rights for 20 years.
Mobility A popular, general interest
World Quarterly published by the
Advancement of Travel for the Handicapped.
Quarterly with a focus on sports, recreation and physical education.
Edge The "feisty" magazine
on disability politics.
Out A Web magazine and a "meeting place"
for disabled persons.
A "lifestyle magazine for people with disabilities."