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    Session 1: Improving the Design Process
    Session 2: New Approaches
    Session 3: Business Cases
    Session 4: Considering the Future
    Session 5: The Practicalities
    Session 6: Responding to Specific Conditions
    Session 7: Designing for Older People
    Workshop 1: Promoting User Sensitive Inclusive Design: Strategies for Communicating User Needs to Designers
    Workshop 2: Practical Accessibility in eLearning: Decisions, Dilemmas and Discussions for Educators and Developers
    Workshop 3: Meeting the diversity of needs and preferences - a look at the IMS AccessForAll specifications' role in meeting the accessibility agenda efficiently

    Session 1: Improving the Design Process

    RealPeople: making users' pleasure needs accessible to designers
    Dr C Samantha Porter, Shayal Chhibber, Professor J Mark Porter, & Lynda Healey

    Training AAC Users in User-Centred Design
    Annalu Waller, Susan A. Balandin, David A. O’Mara & Andrew D. Judson

    Optimizing the User Environment: Leading Towards an Accessible and Usable Experience
    Jatinder Dhiensa, Dr Colin Machin, Francesca Smith & Dr Roger Stone

    Session 2: New Approaches

    A Probabilistic Flexible Abbreviation Expansion System for Users With Motor Disabilities
    Tim Willis, Helen Pain & Shari Trewin

    Profile-Aware Multi-Device Interfaces: An MPEG-21-Based Approach for Accessible User Interfaces
    Kris Luyten, Kristof Thys & Karin Coninx

    Session 3: Business Cases

    Illuminating the Invisible?
    Michael Underwood

    The Market Drivers and Business Case for Designing Accessible Public Technology

    Dr. Lynne Coventry & Steve Jacobs

    Session 4: Considering the Future

    Digital Interactive Television in the UK: is the opportunity for 'inclusivity' being missed?
    Alex Carmichael, Mark Rice & David Sloan

    BIONIC - 'eyes-free' design of secondary driving controls
    J Mark Porter, Steve Summerskill, Gary Burnett & Katharine Prynne

    Network-Based Accessibility Services For People With Disabilities
    Jim Tobias

    Session 5: The Practicalities

    Design Checks for Java Accessibility
    Simon Harper, Ghazalah Khan & Robert Stevens

    Sex, lies and web accessibility: the use of accessibility logos and statements on e-commerce and financial websites
    Helen Petrie, Adam Badani & Arpna Bhalla

    Factors Impacting Animation in Icons for Visually Impaired Computer Users
    Stephanie Ludi

    Session 6: Responding to Specific Conditions

    MEDIATE - a responsive environment designed for children with autism
    Simone Gumtau, Paul Newland, Chris Creed & Simon Kunath

    Opportunities for Augmenting Conversation Through Technology for Persons with Dementia
    Lorisa Dubuc & Alan Blackwell

    Making software accessible to people with severe memory deficits
    Norman Alm, Richard Dye, Arlene Astell, Maggie Ellis, Gary Gowans & Jim Campbell

    Session 7: Designing for Older People

    Towards digital inclusion - engaging older people in the 'digital world'
    C. W. Olphert, L. Damodaran & A. J. May

    The Non Browser: helping older novice computer users to access the web
    Anna Dickinson, Peter Gregor, Louise McIver, Robin Hill & Scott Milne