Accessibility and Inclusive Design

Pioneering information technologies and solutions that are accessible and usable for people of all abilities.

Research Projects

Maryland Sports Data Analytics Camps for Youth
Principal Investigator(s): Tamara Clegg
Funder: National Science Foundation
Research Areas: Accessibility and Inclusive Design > Data Science, Analytics, and Visualization > Youth Experience, Learning, and Digital Practices
Advancing knowledge of informal learning experiences that build adolescents' motivation for participation in STEM courses and careers, with a specific focus on introducing middle school African American and Latinx youth to the world of sports data analytics through events and summer camps.
Achieving Optimal Motor Function in Stroke Survivors via a Human-Centered Approach to Design an mHealth Platform
Principal Investigator(s): Eun Kyoung Choe
Funder: National Institutes of Health Other
Research Areas: Accessibility and Inclusive Design > Health Informatics > Human-Computer Interaction
Stroke rehabilitation, mHealth, Human-Computer Interaction
Partners: University of Massachusetts Amherst, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Formsense

Recent News

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Project Aims to Convey Big Data With Sound and Touch

NSF-Funded Research Would Expand Employment, Education Opportunities for Blind Data Users.
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Meta Research Q&A with Jonathan Lazar, Professor, University of Maryland College of Information Studies

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Gabriella Waters of the Center for Equitable AI & Machine Learning Systems and Jhillika Kumar of Mentra discuss technologies for neurodiverse populations.

(Video) SoDa Symposium: Equal Input – Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Social Data Science Research

Gabriella Waters of the Center for Equitable AI & Machine Learning Systems and Jhillika Kumar of Mentra discuss technologies for neurodiverse pop …