A straight-talking case study
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|Conference||13th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility|
|Period||24/10/11 → 26/10/11|
The Straight-Talking User Group within Dundee University's School of Computing aims to create a place where adults with complex disabilities can meet to explore technology and where they can work with researchers to develop better technology. A pilot project has shown the potential for this type of centre is terms of increasing the self-esteem and motivation of participants and raising expectations of what people are able to achieve. © 2011 Authors.