This fourth volume of papers from the 10th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction -- which brought together the contributions of nearly 3000 individuals -- focuses on the trends and developing applications that are beginning to move the information age towards a state of universal accessibility. Applying concepts from a variety of fields including cognitive ergonomics and engineering psychology, this cutting-edge volume considers a wide range of diversity issues and covers various facets of access, detailing a number of current and developing assistive technologies, including non-visual interaction devices. This volume is available individually or as part of a four volume set covering most every aspect of human-computer interaction, including those in construction, manufacturing, publishing, and health.
1. Universal Access and Design for All.
2. Assistive Technologies.
3. Mobile and Ubiquitous Interaction.
4. Adaptation and Personalization.
5. Access to Information.
6. User Diversity.
7. Accessibility and Usability.
8. Applications and Services.
9. Non-visual Interaction.
10. Interaction Devices, Techniques and Modalities.
11. Design and Evaluation Tools.