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From: Cheryl Kirkpatrick
Date: Sep 26, 2001 12:50AM


Jason,
I do not know of any particular funding sources but we have a bibliography of online grant and funding sources at our web site.
http://www.state.sc.us/scsl/grant/grants.html
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
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Cognitive Psychology Graduate Student
Arizona State University
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Cheryl Kirkpatrick
Web Administrator/
Information Technology Librarian
South Carolina State Library
http://www.state.sc.us/scsl/
Telephone: 803.734.5831