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Conference Proceedings
Chisholm, W., & Vanderheiden G. (1998).  Results of accessibility analysis of HTML and the implications for future information technologies. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 42, 1028-1031.
Vanderheiden, G., & Zimmerman G. (2002).  State of the Science: Access to Information Technologies. CHI 2001. 152-184.
Vanderheiden, G., Harkins J., & Barnicle, K. (2002).  State of the Science: Access to Telecommunication Technologies. State of the Science: Access to Telecommunication Technologies. 185-219.
Vanderheiden, G., Nelson R. K., Yan L., & Sesto M. (2004).  Strategies for mainstream cellular phone use by individuals with moderate to severe cognitive impairments. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 48, 937-940.
Law, C. M., & Vanderheiden G. (1999).  Tests for screening product designs prior to user testing by people with functional limitations. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 43, 868-872.
Vanderheiden, G., & Tobias J. (2000).  Universal design of consumer products: Current industry practice and perceptions. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 44(32), 6-19-6-21.
Vanderheiden, G. (1996).  Use of audio-haptic interface techniques to allow nonvisual access to touchscreen appliances. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 40, 1266.
Law, C. M., & Vanderheiden G. (2001).  Voting reform can include everyone: Average citizens, the aging population, and people with disabilities. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 45(8), 747.
Journal Article
Vanderheiden, G., & Kelso D. (1987).  Comparative Analysis of Fixed-Vocabulary Communication Acceleration Techniques. Augmentative and Alternative Communication. 3(4), 196-206.
Chourasia, A., Wiegmann D., Chen K. B., Irwin C., & Sesto M. (2013).  Effect of Sitting or Standing on Touch Screen Performance and Touch Characteristics. Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
Sesto, M., Nelson R. K., Yan L., & Vanderheiden G. (2007).  Evaluation of an experimental mainstream cellular phone feature to allow use by individuals with moderate to severe cognitive disabilities. Universal Access in the Information Society. 7(1-2), 25-30.
Vanderheiden, G., Treviranus, J., Gemou, M., Bekiaris E., Markus, K., Clark, C., et al. (2013).  The Evolving Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure (GPII). Lecture Notes in Computer Science: Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction: Design Methods, Tools, and Interaction Techniques for eInclusion. 8009, 107-116.
Vanderheiden, G. (2013).  Lessons Learned in Technology Transfer from Dr. Gregg Vanderheiden and the Trace Research & Development Center. FOCUS Technical Brief.
Vanderheiden, G. (1993).  Making Software More Accessible for People with Disabilities. ACM SIGCAPH Newsletter . 3-32.
Felton, E. A., Williams J. C., Vanderheiden G., & Radwin R. G. (2012).  Mental Workload during Brain-Computer Interface Training. Ergonomics. 55(5), 526-537.
Chourasia, A., Nordstrom D., & Vanderheiden G. (2014).  State of the Science on The Cloud, Accessibility, and the Future. Universal Access in the Information Society. 1-13.
Emiliani, P., Stephanidis C., & Vanderheiden G. (2011).  Technology and inclusion - Past, present and forseeable future. Technology and Disability. 23(3), 101-114.
Julstrom, S., Kozma-Spytek L., & Isabelle S. (2011).  Telecoil Mode Hearing Aid Compatibility Performance Requirements for Wireless and Cordless Handsets: Magnetic Signal Levels. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 22(8), 515-527.
Julstrom, S., Kozma-Spytek L., & Isabelle S. (2011).  Telecoil Mode Hearing Aid Compatibility Performance Requirements for Wireless and Cordless Handsets: Magnetic Signal-to-Noise. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 22(8), 528-541.
Vanderheiden, G. (1990).  Thirty-Something Million: Should They Be Exceptions?. Human Factors. 32(4), 383-396.
Chen, K. B., Savage A., Chourasia A., Wiegmann D., & Sesto M. (2013).  Touch screen performance by individuals with and without motor control disabilities. Applied Ergonomics. 44(2), 297-302.
Epelde, G., Carrasco, E., Zimmerman G., Alexandersson J. J. A., NeBelrath R., & Markus, K. (2011).  Universal Remote Console-based next-generation accessible television. Universal Access in the Information Society.
Shane, H. C., Blackstone S., Vanderheiden G., Williams M., & DeRuyter F. (2012).  Using AAC technology to access the world. Assistive Technology. 24(1), 3-13.
Magazine Article
Zimmerman, G., & Vanderheiden G. (2010).  A Dream... The Universal Remote Console. ISO Focus+. 1(2), 11-13.
Ruhl, H. (2013).  A Vision of a More Accessible World. Wisconsin Engineer. 117(4), 24.
Patent
Jordan, J.B., & Vanderheiden G. (2013).  Accessible Touchscreen System. WARF.
Jordan, J.B., & Vanderheiden G. (2012).  Device for providing improved access to the functions of human machine interfaces. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Zimmerman, G., Kang, I., & Thakur, P. (2009).  Online resource server for allowing device control and access to digital content through pluggable user interfaces. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Vanderheiden, G., Lamers D. F., Volk A. M., & Geisler C D. (1974).  U.S. Patent No. 3,854,131. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Gunderson, J., Kelso D., & Vanderheiden G. (1986).  U.S. Patent No. 4,591,841. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Vanderheiden, G. (2000).  U.S. Patent No. 6,049,328. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Vanderheiden, G. (2002).  U.S. Patent No. 6,384,743. Washington, DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Vanderheiden, G., Law C. M., & Kelso D. (2003).  U.S. Patent No. 6,624,803. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Pepin, G., Pare A., Labbe D. R., Chevalier G. M., Juratovac J. A., Held J. R., et al. (2011).  U.S. Patent No. 8,049,991. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Vanderheiden, G., Law C. M., & Kelso D. (2001).  U.S. Patent No. D451,482. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Pepin, G., Pare A., Labbe D. R., Chevalier G. M., Juratovac J. A., Held J. R., et al. (2008).  U.S. Patent No. D579,940. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Pepin, G., Pare A., Labbe D. R., Chevalier G. M., Juratovac J. A., Held J. R., et al. (2008).  U.S. Patent No. D582,430. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Jordan, J.B., Vanderheiden G., & Kelso D. (2009).  U.S. Patent No. D603,865. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Jordan, J.B., Vanderheiden G., & Kelso D. (2010).  U.S. Patent No. D613,746. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.
Jordan, J.B., Vanderheiden G., & Kelso D. (2011).  U.S. Patent No. D633,506. Washington, DC: U.S Patent and Trademark Office.

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