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Disability and new media / Katie Ellis and Mike Kent

LivresAuteur principal: Ellis, Katie, 1978-...., Auteur
Co-auteur: Kent, Mike, 1969-...., Auteur
Langue: anglais.Éditeur : New York : Routledge, [2013], cop. 2011Description : 1 vol. (XII-172 p.) ; 24 cmISBN: 978-0-415-83592-3.Collection : Routledge studies in new media and cybercultureNote de contenu: Universal design in a digital world iAccessibility from iTunes 1.0 to iPad Building digital stairways : nice view, but what about my wheelchair? We want you in our network : universal design v retrofitting the web (Physical) disability is a form of social oppression? Does that face-"book" come in braille? Social networking sites and disability Avatars with wheelchairs, but no virtual guide dogs : disability and second Life Challenges and opportunities : the road ahead for disability in a digital world Sujet - Nom commun: Ordinateurs et handicapés | Internautes handicapés | Assistive computer technology | Accessible Web sites for people with disabilities Sujet: Digital media and people with disabilities Technology and people with disabilities Voir dans le SUDOC
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Universal design in a digital world iAccessibility from iTunes 1.0 to iPad Building digital stairways : nice view, but what about my wheelchair? We want you in our network : universal design v retrofitting the web (Physical) disability is a form of social oppression? Does that face-"book" come in braille? Social networking sites and disability Avatars with wheelchairs, but no virtual guide dogs : disability and second Life Challenges and opportunities : the road ahead for disability in a digital world

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