3rd Annual World Usability Day New England
The 3rd Annual World Usability Day New England conference took place on November 8, 2007 as part of the Usability Professionals Organization’s World Usability Day. Events were held in over 23 countries around the world with the goal of increasing awareness about the importance of usability and user-centered design. For the third consecutive year, Dartmouth College and Landmark College joined forces around the theme of “universal usability to enhance learning, effectiveness, and understanding across people of all abilities.” About 80 people from the New England area and beyond enjoyed a great program line-up, beginning with an inspirational keynote by Ben Shneiderman.
We have posted videos of the following sessions:
- The New Science of Universal Usability, Ben Shneiderman
- Creativity Support Tools: A Grand Challenge, Ben Shneiderman
- Universal Design in Instruction: Moving Beyond Accessibility into Classroom Application, Manju Banerjee and Loring Brinckerhoff
- Universal Design for Learning in Practice—The Hadley School for the Blind, Michael Rydel and Andre Lukatsky
- Adaptive Design for Web Environments, Sarah Horton and Patrick Lynch
The videos are in streaming QuickTime format. Please visit our Troubleshooting QuickTime page if you encounter difficulties accessing the videos.
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