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Hoffman, M., Law C. M., Psihogios, J., Vanderheiden G., & Ziebarth, B. (2000).  Development of accessible kiosk user interface solutions for the public sector: A panel summary. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 45, 230-234.
Vanderheiden, G. (2011).  Late filed (ex parte) comments in the matter of refresh of the Section 255 and Section 508 requirements: Comments on closed functionality (Part 1 of 4).
Emiliani, P., Stephanidis C., & Vanderheiden G. (2011).  Technology and inclusion - Past, present and forseeable future. Technology and Disability. 23(3), 101-114.
Gemou, M., Bekiaris E., & Vanderheiden G. (2013).  Auto-configuration through Cloud: Initial Case Studies for Universal and Personalised Access for All. IST-Africa 2013.
Zimmerman, G., Diaz U., Alexandersson J. J. A., Carrasco, E., Buiza C., Klima M., et al. (2011).  Meeting the Needs of Diverse User Groups: Benefits and Costs of Pluggable User Interfaces in Designing for Older People and People with Cognitive Impairments. Intelligent Technologies for Bridging the Grey Digital Divide. 80-93.
Jordan, J.B., & Vanderheiden G. (2010).  Accessibility Experience Lab: Discovering the Impact of Design on Disabilities. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 54th Annual Meeting. 54(19), 1396-1400.
Rosenblum, H., Stout C., Vanderheiden G., & Vogler C. (2012).  In the Matter of Implementation of Sections 716 and 717 of the Communications Act of 1934, as Enacted by the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act of 2010; Consumer Electronics Association Petition for Waiver.
Vanderheiden, G., & Treviranus, J. (2011).  Cloud-based Auto-Personalization for More Universal Accessibility. Everyday Technology for Independence and Care - AAATE 2011. 29, 1233-1240.
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.
Vanderheiden, G. (2006).  Over the Horizon: Potential impact of emerging trends in information and communication technology on disability policy and practice.
Vanderheiden, G. (2011).  Creating a Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure (GPII).
Vanderheiden, G., & Chisholm W. (1998).  Central Reference Document - Version 8: Unified Web Site Accessibility Guidelines.
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.
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.
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.
Vanderheiden, G., & Zimmerman G. (2002).  State of the Science: Access to Information Technologies. CHI 2001. 152-184.
Duff, S., Irwin C., Skye J., Sesto M., & Wiegmann D. (2010).  The Effect Of Disability And Approach On Touch Screen Performance During A Number Entry Task. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting . 54, 566-570.
Vanderheiden, G., & Treviranus, J. (2011).  Creating a Global Public Information Infrastructure. 6th International Conference on Universal Access in Human-computer Interaction. 1, 517-526.
Vanderheiden, G., & Tobias J. (1998).  Barriers, incentives and facilitators for adoption of universal design practices by consumer product manufacturers. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 42(6), 584-588.
Zimmerman, G. (2007).  Open User Interface Standards - Towards Coherent, Task-Oriented And Scalabe User Interfaces In Home Environments . 3rd IET International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE07).
Stephanidis, C., Akoumianakis, D., Vanderheiden G., Ekberg, J., Vernardakis, N., & Emiliani P. (2001).  Industrial Policy Issues. User Interfaces for All: Concepts, Methods, and Tools. 589-608.
Law, C. M., & Vanderheiden G. (2000).  Reducing sample sizes when user testing with people who have, and who are simulating disabilities - Experiences with blindness and public information kiosks. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 44, 157-160.
Vanderheiden, G. (2011).  Late filed (ex parte) comments in the matter of refresh of the Section 255 and Section 508 requirements: Real-time text provisions (Part 4 of 4) .
Vanderheiden, G., Treviranus, J., Markus, K., Clark, C., & Basman A. (2013).  The Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure, Cloud4all and Prosperity4all. AAATE 2013 - Assistive Technology Research Series, Assistive Technology: From Research to Practice. 33, 417-422.
Gower, V., Vanderheiden G., & Andrich R. (2013).  Federating databases of ICT-based Assistive Technology products. 12th European AAATE Conference.
Vanderheiden, G. (2012).  Harnessing evolving technologies to close the now widening digital divide by 2050 - despite distributive inequities.
Stephanidis, C., Akoumianakis, D., Vanderheiden G., Bevan, N., Salvendy G., Emiliani P., et al. (2001).  Toward an Information Society for All. User Interfaces for All: Concepts, Methods, and Tools. 635-663.
Vanderheiden, G., & Jordan, J.B. (2012).  Design for people with functional limitations. (Salvendy, G., Ed.).Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics. 1409-1441.
Hoehl, J., & Vanderheiden G. (2011).  From Clouds to Rain: Consolidating and Simplifying Online Communication Services with Easy One Communicator. 6th International Conference on Universal Access in Human-computer Interaction. 4, 52-61.
Wiker, S., Vanderheiden G., Lee, S., & Arndt, S. (1991).  Development of tactile mice for blind access to computers: Importance of stimulation locus, object size, and vibrotactile display resolution. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 35(10), 708-712.
Zimmerman, G., & Vanderheiden G. (2010).  A Dream... The Universal Remote Console. ISO Focus+. 1(2), 11-13.
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.
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. (2012).  Using evolving technologies to narrow the widening digital divide by 2050 despite distributive injustice and reality.
Campbell, A., Reid B., Phillips A., & Hartmann C. (2011).  Closed Captioning of Internet Protocol-Delivered Video Programming: Implementation of the Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act of 2010.
Vanderheiden, G. (1990).  Thirty-Something Million: Should They Be Exceptions?. Human Factors. 32(4), 383-396.
Zimmerman, G., & Vanderheiden G. (2001).  Modality Translation Services on Demand Making the World More Accessible For All. RESNA 2012.
Vanderheiden, G. (2013).  Harnessing evolving technologies to close the now widening digital divide by 2050 - despite distributive inequities.
Chisholm, W., Vanderheiden G., & Jacobs I. (1999).  Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 W3C Recommendation 5 May 1999.
Winters, J., Robinson C., Simpson R., & Vanderheiden G. (2002).  Emerging and Accessible Telecommunications, Information and Healthcare Technologies.

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