Research advances in ubiquitous computing and accessibility
This course is a continuation of the fall and winter directed research group of the same title. We will focus on understanding research at the intersection of ubiquitous computing and accessibility for people with disabilities. What accessibility issues arise with ubiquitous computing? How can “smart” devices and other ubiquitous computing technologies such as physical computing, mobile computing, machine learning, and fabrication improve everyday experiences for people with a range of cognitive, sensory, and motor abilities?
We will hold weekly meetings at 3:30pm Thursdays.
Note: This DRG is at enrollment capacity for Spring 2019.