Finding Information (on the web)

Finding Information (on the web)

Prepare for information literacy

While still in school all students with disabilities need to master computer literacy, able to access the Internet fluidly, have knowledge of software and apps that provide access, and if needed hardware such as joy sticks other technologies for those with mobility challenges. This is important in the new world of information for all, but especially for those with disabilities and the future of the job market.

Submitted by (@jparissalb)

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Use software&hardware to facilitate entry for disabled. Dragon Naturally Speaking is a solution for many! This can help many like those with ADHD, BIPOLAR, and other physical issues that make it difficult or problematic to express their ideas for interaction with others and information systems(WWW) based in this new age!!! Use software&hardware to facilitate entry for disabled. Dragon Naturally Speaking is a solution ...more »

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The design of this site

After clicking the link in an email, I had to register before I could see any information. Asking for personal information before providing information is bad design. When I registered it did not ask me to set up a password, but it continued to ask for a password to see a page. I was able to establish a password by saying I had forgotten it, but this is very poor design. The password required an exceptionally high level ...more »

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Initial Online Contact

A huge issue for me is the challenge I have with cluttered landing pages. When I click on a link and I'm directed to a website, I need the first thing I see to be a fairly slick and clean page. If the landing page is cluttered with dozens of photos and links all over the place, then I automatically start shutting down. My filter to process anything new is gradual; therefore I do best with minimal content to choose from ...more »

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