Historical Insights into Educational Technologies for People who are Blind or Partially Sighted in Canada, 1892- Present
Through the experiences of both users and innovators, this virtual exhibit endeavours to tell the stories of the people and technologies that have shaped, and been shaped by, social, cultural and historical understandings of disability, blindness and vision loss in Canada from the nineteenth century to the present.
Read more about the One-Day Symposium on “Envisioning Technologies ," held at Carleton University March 3rd, 2016.
|Disabilities Research Group , A. Chan (Adrian D.C.) , R. Hanes (Roy R.) , D. Marshall (Dominique) , S. Rajan (Sreeraman C.) , G. Duimovich (George)|
|Disabilities Research Group|
|Canadian Urban Libraries Council, Centre for Equitable Library Access, CNIB Ottawa, MacOdrum Library , Department of History , Department of Systems and Computer Engineering , School of Social Work|
|Envisioning Technologies: Historical Insights into Educational Technologies for Persons who are Blind or Partially Sighted in Canada Since 1892|
|Organisation||Disabilities Research Group|
Robertson, B.A. (2016). Envisioning Technologies. Presented at the Envisioning Technologies (Symposium & Workshop), Disabilities Research Group. doi:10.11574/drg-1000