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Re: funding possibilities
From: Cheryl Kirkpatrick
Date: Sep 26, 2001 12:50AM
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I do not know of any particular funding sources but we have a bibliography of online grant and funding sources at our web site.
There are also many print directories with this information, as well as subscription databases. Go to your university's library and ask a reference librarian for help. You could also check with the Arizona State Library.
Jason Addie wrote:
Morning all -
I am a Cognitive Psychology Graduate student and I am very interested in researching accessibility issues for the disabled. Unfortunately, I do not have the computers and software that I need to accomplish this task. I would also like to hire at least one disabled student worker to analyze web pages and give me feedback as to what they like/dislike. I have been looking online for funding but have been unsuccessful so far. Does anyone know of any funding opportunities that I might be able to apply for?
Thank you for your time and help.
Jason D. Addie
Cognitive Psychology Graduate Student
Arizona State University
Information Technology Librarian
South Carolina State Library