Accessibility Jeopardy Ellen Perlow (email@example.com) October 2002. This document is available in alternative formats upon request. 10/12/2002ep Main Website/Additional resources: http://www.a4access.org/ Questions sought to the Jeopardy answers: What assistive technology is involved? Daily Living/Home School Work Sports/Arts/Travel Library 1. Someone’s at the door. Assignment’s on board TGIF Surf’s up! apparel Book on top shelf. 2. Popcorn’s ready. I must call home. Attach 2 p. of form Sarah Hughes has a pair. To read item at home 3. I love that song. Assignment is due today. Pencil doesn’t write Has wings, made of paper To duplicate article 4. My hair is still wet. CPR training video It’s too dark to see. Don’t need these for Origami Check library holdings. 5. Buying groceries Paper torn in half Paper copy of file Horse is galloping too fast Mileage-Denton/Dallas 6. Apparel store item Place handout in binder Fast paper messenger 2 miles South, 3 miles West The print is so small. 7. What a lovely present! No more room on board Work discussion place Direction in which hiking Coins for duplication 8. Velcro-brand easier. Great for math tests Fast electric messenger Wheels in rink Listen to music 9. The sun is so bright. Announce to all classes Heavy item transporter Skyscraper transporter Miniature text-film 10. This plant needs water Time teller Measures time worked Dept. store transporter Miniature text-paper 11. See when power’s out. Class is over (K-12) Police communicator To fix that flat tire Searching online 12. I’m going to sneeze. Carrying those books Firefighter tall bldg.device Famous S. Francisco transit __________________ 13. Teeth cleaner I brought my lunch Nurse/Doctor device Conductor’s device __________________ 14. Picks up dirt Mark passage prominently Engineer’s measure Everyone in park hears music __________________ 15. Tea is served. Proving you’re a student Holds liquid for chemist Fred Astaire’s feet attire __________________ 16. Time for bed. Define terms. Radiologist’s tool Nureyev feet attire __________________ 17. Time to get up! To display artwork Salary already in bank Music beat keeper __________________ 18. Bipolar device on refrig Where does class meet? Clearing land for construction _________________ __________________ 19. Reading fine print Electrical outlet far away Computerized access to $$$ __________________ __________________ 20. Lock, open door Please have a sea Surgeon’s tool __________________ __________________ 21. Door opener keeper Electronics need fresh ones Chef’s tool __________________ __________________ 22. Automated stitching _________________ Judge’s tool __________________ __________________ 23. To read a book in the dark _________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ 24. I stay dry when it’s raining. _________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ 25. Turn on the TV from the couch ______________ __________________ __________________ __________________ 26. Meeting our biological needs __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ 27. Baking pastry is done __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ 28. Write one instead of cash __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ 29. Popular wall hanging for new year __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ 30. __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ Accessibility Matching Game Ellen Perlow (firstname.lastname@example.org) October 2002. This document is available in alternative formats upon request. 10/12/2002ep Main Website/Additional resources: http://www.a4access.org/ Directions: Please match the definition of each assistive technology [A.T.] device, etc. (Column A) with the name of the device, etc. (Column B). Please use assistive technology such as a pencil or pen to connect the definition with the appropriate name/term. COLUMN B: ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY DEVICE NAME COLUMN A: DEFINITION 1. Eye tracker; “Cyberlink” 1. A pointer on computer screen that can be adjusted in size, shape 2. Global Positioning System [GPS] 2. Software/hardware that can be programmed to recite text. 3. ALT tag <ALT=”flower”> 3. Software that vocalizes text on computer screen 4. Assistive technology that assists users to manipulate the mouse 4. Screen reader 5. Standard formatting of keys on computer keyboard 5. Braille display 6. An alternative to using a mouse to issue commands to the computer 6. Voice recognition software 7. Software/hardware that can enlarge images and text to various dimensions for easier reading; has negative and positive contrast settings 7. Alternative Augmentative Communication [AAC] Device 8. Software that allows for hands-free typing, dictation 9. Software/hardware that can vocalize maps and directions (now in automobiles) 8. Scanner, Speech Synthesizer 10. Computer output device; output can be read via the sense of touch 9. World Wide Web Consortium Web Accessibility Initiative 11. Software/hardware that digitizes and then vocalizes text http://www.w3c.org/wai/ 12. Alternatives to the computer mouse via the eyes, brain waves 10. Tactile graphics 13. Hardware/Software that allows for reproduction and comprehension of images via the sense of touch 11. QWERTY system 14. HTML tag that provides alternative text for graphics on webpages 12. Keyboard shortcuts 15. International organization responsible for developing web accessibility 13. Cursor standards 14. Mousepad 15. Screen Magnifier Simulation Time: How would you …. Tie your shoes/ gift-wrap a present with one hand? Read a book in the dark? Write a check or open a medicine container with both arms/hands in casts? Memorize the words and music of a song without reading standard musical notation? Watch and fully comprehend a television program/movie with the picture visible but without sound? Watch and fully comprehend a television program/movie with the picture turned off but with sound? Watch and fully comprehend a television program/movie with both picture and sound unavailable? Participate in/enjoy a guided tour of a museum blindfolded? Recite a poem without speaking? Type a paper without typing (i.e. hands-free)? Have a document read to you electronically? As a member of the Deaf community, be a successful student in this class? by Ellen Perlow (email@example.com http://www.a4access.org/ ) - October 2002.
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