Volume 5, Number 1, June 2006
: Ambient multimodality: towards advancing computer accessibility and assisted living.
Volume 5, Number 2, August 2006
: On the efficiency of keyboard navigation in Web sites.
: Five qualitative research methods to make iTV applications universally accessible.
Volume 5, Number 3, November 2006
: Consilience in research methods for HCI and universal access.
: Consilience for universal design: the emergence of a third culture.
: Pragmatic research issues confronting HCI practitioners when designing for universal access.
: Aspects of HCI research for older people.
: Enabling people with sensory impairments to participate effectively in research.
: Universal access through accessible computer educational programs to develop the reading skills of children with autistic spectrum disorders.
: Sherry Y. Chen and George D. Magoulas: Adaptable and adaptive hypermedia systems.
Volume 5, Number 4, April 2007
, Philip Varker
: Special issue on "Cognitive and learning difficulties and how they affect access to IT systems".
, Ray Adams
, Cathy Bodine
, Sara J. Czaja
, Wayne Gordon
, Peter Gregor
, Emily Hacker
, Vicki L. Hanson
, John Kemp
, Mark Laff
, Clayton Lewis
, Michael Pieper
, John T. Richards
, David Rose
, Anthony Savidis
, Greg Schultz
, Paul Snayd
, Shari Trewin
, Philip Varker
: Cognitive and learning difficulties and how they affect access to IT systems.
: Simplicity in cognitive assistive technology: a framework and agenda for research.
: Decision and stress: cognition and e-accessibility in the information workplace.
David H. Rose
, Nicole Strangman
: Universal Design for Learning: meeting the challenge of individual learning differences through a neurocognitive perspective.
, Anna Dickinson
: Cognitive difficulties and access to information systems: an interaction design perspective.
: Gavriel Salvendy (Ed.): Handbook of human factors and ergonomics (3rd edn.).