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Zoom Colloquium: Remote Data Collection for Mobile Accessibility Applications
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Abstract - Conducting experimental research in the field of mobile accessibility and assistive technologies is difficult due to the low dimension of the representative population. To address this issue, a possible approach is remote collection and analysis of usage data through publicly available mobile applications. This method is useful for performing large scale experimental evaluations and acquiring knowledge of the target population and their behavior. The acquired knowledge can be used to advance future research and to improve the mobile applications themselves.

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Improving Zoom accessibility for people with hearing impairments People with hearing impairments often use lipreading and speechreading to improve speech comprehension. This approach is helpful but only works if the speaker’s face and mouth are clearly visible. For the benefit of people with hearing impairments on Zoom calls, please enable your device’s camera whenever you are speaking on Zoom, and face the camera while you speak. (Feel free to disable your camera when you aren’t speaking.)