The following resources provide guidance to researchers and practitioners as they design future products and environments that are accessible to, usable by, and inclusive of people with disabilities; engage individuals with disabilities in research; and apply research to practice.
Guidance for Researchers
- Accessible Cyberlearning: A Community Report of the Current State and Recommendations for the Future
This paper serves to inform the design of current and future learning technologies and pedagogy to be inclusive of everyone.
- Participatory Action Research and People with Disabilities: Principles and Challenges
A framework in which people with disabilities can take an active role in designing and conducting research, empowering individuals to shape the research agenda for their own independent living and rehabilitation goals.
- Promoting Group Empowerment and Self-Reliance Through Participatory Research: A Case Study of People with Physical Disability
This article describes and analyses the organic development of the empowerment process within a spinal cord injury self-help group.
- Ask Us Too! Doing Participatory Research with Disabled Children in the Global South
This article considers how disabled children and young people living in the global south can be included actively in research that explores their lives.