Title:Alliance for Technology Access records, 1987-1999
Creator/Contributor:Alliance for Technology Access, creator
Consists of materials reflecting the role of the Alliance for Technology Access in promoting access to computers and education
for children and adults with disabilities. Includes background information, incorporation records and bylaws, annual reports,
personnel policies, grant proposals, printed materials from their annual conferences and programs, press clippings, and publicity.
Videocassette is a promotional video titled "Quality of life: Alliance for Technology Access" produced in 1995.
Computers and people with disabilities
Children with disabilities -- Education
Special education -- Computer-assisted instruction
Computerized self-help devices for people with disabilities
Forms part of: Disability Rights and Independent Living Movement collection.
ATA (Alliance for Technology Access), originally known as the NSEA (National Special Education Alliance), began in 1987 as
a collaborative effort between the DCCG (Disabled Children's Computer Group) and Apple Computer. The organization was established
to provide children with disabilities with computers and to design computer technology for those with disabilities. The NSEA
was re-named the Foundation for Technology Access when it became a nonprofit organization in 1989. As of 1994, organization
has been operating under the name Alliance for Technology Access.
Articles of incorporation.
2 boxes (.8 linear ft.)
1 videocassette : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Motion Picture 847 D
BANC MSS 99/248 c Box 1
BANC MSS 99/248 c Box 2