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Analysis of requests that the Southeast ADA Center has received for information, training and technical assistance since 1990 guide development of innovative research to address these two issue of particular importance to the Southeast Region:
- Barriers to employment and economic self-sufficiency of people with disabilities;
- Increasing the civic and social participation of people with disabilities within their communities and across America.
With guidance from our Partners and State Affiliates, we are implementing research that will result in new knowledge and have great potential to impact policy and practice.
ADA Research Projects
Technology Access Research Projects
Review development, implementation, outcomes, replication suggestions, common barriers and cross-project findings for thirteen (13) technology access projects (6 K-12; 7 post-secondary) supported by funding from the Education Leadership Initiative - ELI (2001-2006) of the Southeast ADA Center (formerly known as Southeast DBTAC) through an Information Technology in Education Accessibility Initiative (2001-2006) to facilitate the widespread use of universal design and improve access to information technology across educational environments in the U.S. Southeast region.
- Promising Practices: K-12 Technology Access in Southeast U.S.
- Promising Practices: Postsecondary Technology Access in Southeast U.S.