ARTICLE REQUIREMENTS

  • Your wiki article is to be short, but substantive. Give it some meat. Say something useful. Your article for our class wiki is not to be a list.
  • Don't summarize a selection of items you found online. You can't write something meaningful if you create a list and write a couple of sentences about each list item.
  • Contribute new material about education/learning related issues concerning 'disabilities and social media'
  • Focus your article. Write 200 - 400 words about it.
  • You do not have to use APA formatting, but you must clearly credit work that is not your own.
  1. Choose ONE learning challenge and ONE social media, for example Distractibility and Podcasting, or Low Vision and Blogging, etc.
    a. CHOOSE ONE social media technique, for example: Pinterest, wikis, social networking, #tagging, VoiceThread, geotagging, Twitter, etc.
    b. CHOOSE ONE learning challenge, for example: language issues, blindness, low vision, color-blindness, deafness, inability to use a mouse, slow response time, limited fine motor control, and cognitive issues such as learning disabilities, distractibility, inability to remember or focus on large amounts of information, etc.
  2. Describe why a disabled person would benefit from using the social media that you selected.
  3. Describe the barriers that the disabled person would face trying to use the social media you selected.
  4. Describe how a disabled person would be able to get beyond these barriers. This may involve assistive technologies, or assistance from another student, the teacher or an assistant.
  5. Credit your information source(s).
  6. Tag your article with descriptive key words so that it will show up in the tag cloud below.
  7. Be sure to link your contribution in the contributor's list - so that your work can be graded. See the end of the demo on the home page for how to do so.


Check the cloud tag below to see if your topic (i.e. the learning challenge and social media you chose) is already in the wiki. If it is, you may expand the topic by writing 200 - 400 words that add new material to the topic.


  1. ADD
  2. Digital Literacy
  3. Education
  4. Instagram
  5. OHI
  6. Organizing and Developmental Amnesia
  7. Padlet
  8. Physical disabilities
  9. Prezi
  10. Quizlet
  11. Refreshable Braille Display
  12. Skype
  13. Video Conferencing
  14. Vodcast
  15. accessibility
  16. adhd
  17. app
  18. aspergers
  19. assistive technology
  20. at "assistive technology" "ell challenges"
  21. auditory
  22. autism
  23. barriers
  24. blind
  25. blog
  26. blogs
  27. cognitive
  28. collaboration
  29. color-blindness
  30. communication
  31. corepage
  32. deaf
  33. deafness
  34. digital storytelling
  35. diigo
  36. disabilities
  37. distractability
  38. distractibility
  39. dyslexia
  40. dyslexia assistive-technology
  41. ell
  42. ell challenges
  43. esl
  44. facebook
  45. fine motor
  46. font
  47. glogster
  48. hearing
  49. hearing accessibility
  50. hearing impaired
  51. iPad
  52. impaired
  53. intellectual disability
  54. iphone
  55. ld
  56. learning disabilities
  57. learning disabled
  58. learning disorder
  59. low vision
  60. motor
  61. motor accessibility
  62. neurocognitive toxicities
  63. neurotoxicity
  64. non-verbal
  65. ocpd
  66. oral
  67. organization
  68. pda
  69. physical handicap
  70. podcast
  71. podcasting
  72. profound intellectual disability
  73. qr codes
  74. readability
  75. reading
  76. relationships
  77. sns
  78. social media
  79. social networking
  80. social networks
  81. teaching
  82. technology
  83. twitter
  84. video
  85. vision screen readers accessibility
  86. visual
  87. visual comprehension
  88. visually impaired
  89. vocabulary
  90. voicethread
  91. web 2.0
  92. web 2.0 barriers ell language technology
  93. web 2.0 tools
  94. web design
  95. web tools
  96. web2.0
  97. wiki
  98. wikis
  99. writing
  100. youtube



Collaborative Article Writers
Check your topic to be sure someone hasn't already covered it.
To check articles,
  • Use the search in the upper right to find your topic of interest.
  • Check the above tag cloud.
Click EDIT to edit pages in this wiki.
  • To ADD a new article topic
  1. Enter the topic name and your name in the table below.
  2. Then click "New Page" in the upper left.gnome-accessibilitylogo.png
  3. Use the Article Page template to add your article.
  4. Save your page.
  5. Return to the table on the Section page.
  6. Click Edit.
  7. Select your article topic in the table.
  8. Click the Link icon.
  9. Click "use an existing page" next to Page Name.
  10. Your article page will appear in the pages dropdown list.
  11. Select it and click Add Link.
  • To EDIT an existing topic
  1. Click the article name (link) in the table below.
  2. Then click edit, to edit or add to the article.
  • Be sure to add your name to the table below in the Editor(s) column too.
  • REMEMBER TO SAVE YOUR WORK!


Article Topic
First Author
Editor(s)

Dyslexia and Web 2.0.
Jessica Hollie


Spring 2010 Articles


1
Accessibility - Visual: Facebook
Natalie Lewis
Carlow, RManson, MMarotta,CFlynt, Shawn Thomas
2
Accessibility - Hearing
Jeanette Schuster
MHoefs, Twila Mc, Ashley Novak
3
Accessibility - Motor: Podcasting
Dustin Henning

4
Cognitive LD - Students with LD and Social Networking Sites
Wade V
Carmin K., Jen Skowronek (8/15)
5
Accessible Twitter
Ann Carnevale
Jon Ross-Wiley
6
Accessibility and Autism
Barbara Turner
Carmin K, Mary Humphrey
7
Speech Recognition
Angela Copridge
Carmin K, EChatters
8
Non-Verbal_Learning_Disorders
LeaAnn Koekenberg

9
Accessibility - Mobility
Cottey Greene






Summer 2010 Articles


10
URL: LD - Executive Functioning Strategies
Bethany Shepard

11
Asperger's Syndrome and Video VoiceThreads
Jacquie Bymaster

12
Web 2.0 Tools for Dyslexia
Jody Sandru
Charissa K
13
Computer Screen Adaptations for the Visually Impaired
Gillian Arnott
Dede Mattek (Summer 1 2016)
14
Screen Readers and the Barriers to their Effectiveness.
Robert Manson

15
Colorblindness and its affect on Web use and navigation
Molly White
Nishat Khan (Summer 1 2016)
16
Blogging for learning disabled students
Kacey Queer
Jennifer Lo (Spring 2011)
17
Web Design for the Vision and Hearing Impaired
Dave Ciarla

18
AD/HD and the Wiki
Kelly Downing

19
Accessibility and Autism
Charissa Kraus
Erin Williams (Summer 1 2012)
20
Web 2.0 and Executive Function
Jamie Reynolds

21
Wiki and Text Messaging for LD Students
Paulette Stanich

22
Reading in the Dark - Web 2.0 Accessibility
Chandra Sadler
Carmin K
23
Wikis and Universal Design for Learning
Susan Stark

24
Physically handicapped students can excel with podcasts
Jeannie Johnson

25
Current Challenges in Making the Web Accessible to All
Nick Bacigalupi

26
Web 2.0 Access Barriers- present and future
Jennifer Fleeman
Mark Bigby (Summer 1 2012)
27
Hear Ye, Hear Ye
Renae Williams
Karen Barr
28
Social Networking~Safe Sites for Students with Learning Disabilities
Beth Shaw
Carmin K
29
Web for PMLD Learners
Michelle Storrusten

30
Teaching the learning disabled with web 2.0
Jacqui LeCoure-Dinius
Carmin K, Wayne Wollaston, Pam Few
31
Color Blindness - Web Tools
Charles Flynt






Fall 2010 Articles


32
Visual Comprehension Difficulties and Glogster
Charisse Thompson

33
Accessibility-Hearing: Podcasting
Susan Malelega

34
Increasing Accessibility by Using Video
Sarah Elkins
Charisse
35
Learning Disabilities and Webspiration
Lori Degenhart

36
Successful Computing for Severely Mobility Challenged
Lisa Evans

37
Fine Motor Difficulties and Web 2.0
Leah Hornyan

38
Using Web 2.0 Strategies for Learners with OCPD
Catherine Anliker

39
Web 2.0 and Cerebral Palsy
Amy Merritt
Peggy Humphrey
40
Web 2.0 Helps LD Students Get Organized
Kelly Hazlett
Amy Mongiello (Summer 1 2012)
41
Social Networks and the Visually Impaired
Laura Porter

42
Support for LD Students
Colette Coulon

43
Using Social Bookmarking with students with Learning Disabilites
Colleen Nelson
Georgeann Bossers (Summer 2012)
44
Learning Disabilities and Books on Tape
Cindy Turner

45
Difficulties of Web 2.0 and the Visually Impaired
Tami Kissell
Pam Lowe (Spring 2011)
46
Twitter and Physical Barriers
Sara Decker






Spring 2011 Articles


47
Accessibility Issue Vision-Screen Readers
Sharon Fuss

48
How XtraNormal can help students with reading disabilities
Twila McMullan

49
Is Web 2.0 ready for blind users in 2011?
Jill Herndon
Alina Ferrier (Spring 2011),
Cassie Jacobs (Fall 2011)
50
The EBD Student and Blogging
Wendy Crosby

51
Seizures and Social Networking
Faith Heath

52
Autism and Phlogging
Cristina Banzon
Carmin Karasic
53
Screen Reader on the RUN
LJ Dutton

54
Using Technology for the Hearing Impaired
Thomas Ferrara

55
Using Web 2.0 Tools to Help Students with LD Get Organized
Amy Dunn
Barbara Bush
56
Aspergers Syndrome and Social Networking Sites
Sarah Brown

57
Macular Degeneration and Web 2.0
Kristen Munroe

58
Iphone Applications for Students with ADD
Stacie Stoller
Shannon Miller
59
A TBI Student Can Blog
Jennifer Dobard

60
Assisted Technology for Children with Autism
Angie Hummeldorf
Carla George-Prater (Fall 2012)
61
AT for Students With ADD
Donna Howard
Heather Dittemore (Summer 2012)
62
Lattice Dystrophy - Low Vision Challenge
Sandra Hall

63
ADHD and Blogs
Lori Wilson

64
Web 2.0 Tools Accessibility for all users
Jennifer Nelson
Hailey Whitlock
65
Weblogs and Accessibility
Robin Lu

66
Web 2.0 Accessibility for Visually Impaired
Richard Lane

67
Accessible Blogs
Allie Caldwell

68
Dyscalculia Tips
Emily Callaway
.Shaune Gregory (Summer 2012)
69
Color Blindness
Kelly O'Leary
Sherita Locklear (Spring 2012)
70
Neurocognitive Toxicities - Childhood Cancer Survivors
Linda Stanley






Fall 2011 Articles


71
Autism and Web 2.0 Facebook
Talia Davis

72
Exemplar Article (The Actual article is By Christina Banzon)
Christina Banzon
Carmin Karasic
73
Dysgraphia and Web-Based Tools
Lindsey Young
Tina Mercer (Spring 2012) Maria Young (Spring 2012) Annie Rutledge (Summer 2016)
74
The ADHD Student and Web 2.0
Carl Mays
Kurt Twining Mike Mercer (Sring 2012)
Beth Nowers (Summer 2015)
Michelle Rein (Summer 2016)
75
Legally Blind and Podcasting
Carolyn De La Garza

76
Visual Impaired and Screen Readers
Beverly Cole

77
Understanding how people with dyslexia interact with web 2.0.
Jessica Hollie

78
Down Syndrome and Web 2.0
Jo Lynn Field

79
Visually Impaired and Blogging
Kathryn Dove

81
Deafness and Internet Video Access
Rachel Nelson

82
Physical Disabilities and Facebook
Lindsey Springs


83
YouTube Features for accessibility
Paige Silva
Kaitlin Cornelissen (Summer 1 2016)
84
Physically Disabled Web 2.0 Accessibility
June Likourinou
Matt Feiling(Summer 2012)
85
Hearing Impaired and Social Networking
Ashley Dress

86
Expressive Language Disorder and Blogging
Monica Strand

87
Using Voice Thread to Promote Learning For Children with Emotional or Behavioral Disorders
Robby Crowley






Spring 2012 Term 1 Articles


88
Using VoiceThread to Encourage the Learning Disabled
Wanda Brewer

89
Physical Handicapped Challenge with Wiki Links
CaTia Gilbert

90
Designing Accessible Web pages for Individuals with Cognitive Disabilities
Cindy Rooks
Marcus Humphrey
91
Using Social Networking sites for autistic children
Sherry Reed

92
QR Codes in the Classroom to Support Students with learning Disabilities
Megan Haddadi
Ronald Catlin





Spring 2012 Term 2 Articles


93
Autism and Social Networking
Cindy Rotolo

94
Deafness and Podcasting
Michael Maki
Gloria Braxton
95
Dyslexia and Calldysc Web 2.0 Games
Mark Clark

96
Intellectual Disability and VoiceThread
Tracy Dunn

97
Deafness and Web 2.0 Vlogging
Candace Robinson


Summer 2012 Term 1 Articles


99
Wiki's and OHI
Jody Davis

100
Microsoft One Note and Developmental Amnesia
Jenn Westermeyer

101
Distractibility and Podcasts
Alana Hallman
Cailyn Chovanes
102



103
Summer 2012 Term 2 Articles (Dr. Herr's section)


104
Visually Impaired and Tweeter
Carlla Hendrix

105
Hearing Impaired and Web 2.0 Vodcasting/Video Conferencing
Wayne Long

106
Aspergers and the Khan Academy
Cindy Strandt

107
ADHD and Collaborative Calendaring
Chantal Duval

108
Physical Disabilities and Digital Storytelling
Debbie Auten

109
PollEverywhere and Speech Impairments
Becky Anderson

110
A Blog and the Blind
Mary Budzinski
Colin Ferland
111
RSS Feeds and ADHD
Chad Clouse

112
Web 2.0 & Asperger's : Communication
Nick Shepherd






Fall 2012 Term 1:(Dr. Herr's Section)


113
Hearing impairment and Voicethread
Lauren Neville
Cherry Middleton
114
The Intellectually Disabled and Blogs
Peggy Leggett

115
ADHD and Geocaching
Todd Shoemaker

116
Video Conferencing with Students with Special Needs
Cameron Piggott

117
Learning Disabilities and Wikis
Ann-Margaret McClary

118
Dyslexia Wiki's all web 2.0 tools
Heidi Kazimer
Julia Kohler (Summer 2015)





Summer 2015 Term 2 Articles


119
Autism and Digital Literacy/ Social Networking
Tiffany Hovland

120
Dysgraphia and VoiceThread
Marianne Bees

121
Inability to Remember and Tumblr
Kate Thornhill

122
Executive Function Disorder and Diigo
Andrew Wright

123
Paraplegia and Aurasma
Katie O'Kane

124
Autism and ZAC Browser
Galen Brew

125
Stimming and Youtube
Molly Perry






Summer 2016 Term 1 Articles


126
Distractability and Readability App
Jill Greenwood

127
Facebook and the Deaf Community
Tyler Colean
Michele Brewer, Susan Susman Stein
128
Breaking Through Autism
Dianne Tavares-Melo

129
Skype to Aid Students with Disabilities
Patrick Benavidez
Molly Fedele
130
Intellectual Disabilities and Facebook or other Social Media
Amy Peters

131
Autism Expressed
Chrissy Stocker
Adriene Lombardi





Fall 2016 Term 1 Articles


132
Autism & Instagram
Caitlin Eno
Jessie Gigliotti
133
Autism and Facebook
Alex Chmura

134
Minecraft & Autism
Amelia Iverson
Kellie Pedrojew
135
Twitter for Blind People
R. Burak Boz

136
Twitter for non-verbal students
Jake Jobst






Spring 2017 Term 1 Articles


137
Skype and Hearing Impairment
Mike Walsh

138
Using VoiceThread to Create Social Stories for Students with Autism
Langlee Morrell

139
Instagram and a moment for the Hearing Impaired
Honorah Tinti

140]
Autism and Voice Thread
Mandy Gregory

141
Dyslexia and Twitter
Valerie Krauser

142
Visual Processing Disorder and Blogging
Mariana Fernandez del Castillo

143
ADHD and Twitter
Steve Johnson

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