Journal Papers

  1. William Easley, Foad Hamidi, Wayne Lutters, and Amy Hurst. Shifting expectations: Understanding
    youth employees’ handoffs in a 3d print shop. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction,
    2(CSCW), 2018. (To Appear).

  2. William Easley, Ravi Kuber, and A. Ant Ozok. An empirical study examining medication management among individuals with visual impairments. Universal Access in the Information Society, 16(2):483–495, 2017. Available Online.

Conference Papers

  1. Foad Hamidi, William Easley, Shawn Grimes, Steph Grimes, and Amy Hurst. Youth attitudes towards assessment tools in an afterschool maker learning program (evaluation paper). In Proceedings of the 2018 American Society For Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Pre-College Engineering Education Division, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 2018. ASEE. Available Online.

  2. Stacy Branham, Ali Abdolrahmani, William Easley, Morgan Klaus Scheuerman, Erick Ronquillo, and Amy Hurst. “is anyone there? do they have a gun?”: Understanding how visual information about others can improve personal safety management. In Proceedings of the 19th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers & Accessibility, Baltimore, Maryland, October 2017. ACM. Available Online.

  3. William Easley, Erin Buehler, Gabrielle Salib, and Amy Hurst. Fabricating engagement: Benefits and challenges of using 3d printing to engage underrepresented students in stem learning. In Proceedings of the 2017 American Society For Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Minorities in Engineering Division, Columbus, Ohio, June 2017. ASEE. Available Online.

  4. Ali Abdolrahmani, William Easley, Michele Williams, Stacy Branham, and Amy Hurst. Embracing errors: Examining how context of use impacts blind individuals’ acceptance of navigation aid errors. In Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI ’17, pages 4158–4169, Denver, Colorado, 2017. ACM. Available Online.

  5. Erin Buehler, William Easley, Amy Poole, and Amy Hurst. Accessibility barriers to online education for young adults with intellectual disabilities. In Proceedings of the 13th Web for All Conference, W4A ’16, pages 27:1–27:10, Montreal, Canada, April 2016. ACM. Available Online.

  6. Erin Buehler, William Easley, Samantha McDonald, Niara Comrie, and Amy Hurst. Inclusion and education: 3d printing for integrated classrooms. In Proceedings of the 17th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers & Accessibility, ASSETS ’15, pages 281–290, Lisbon, Portugal, October 2015. ACM. Available Online.

Posters and Extended Abstracts

  1. William Easley, Darius McCoy, Steph Grimes, Shawn Grimes, Wayne Lutters, and Amy Hurst. Under-
    standing how youth employees use slack in a 3d print shop. In Companion of the 2018 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing, CSCW ’18 Companion, New York, NY, USA,
    2018. ACM. (To Appear).

  2. Amy Hurst, Shawn Grimes, Darius McCoy, Nicholas Carter, William Easley, Foad Hamidi, and Gabrielle Salib. Lessons learned creating youth jobs in an afterschool maker space. In Proceedings of the 2017 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, NSF Grantees Poster Session, Columbus, Ohio, June 2017. ASEE. Available Online.

  3. Morgan Klaus Scheuerman, William Easley, Ali Abdolrahmani, Amy Hurst, and Stacy Branham. Learning the language: The importance of studying written directions in designing navigational technologies for the blind. In Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI EA ’17, pages 2922–2928, Denver Colorado, 2017. ACM. Available Online.

  4. Ali Abdolrahmani, William Easley, Michele A. Williams, Erick Ronquillo, Stacy Branham, Tiffany Chen, and Amy Hurst. Not all errors are created equal: Factors that impact acceptance of an indoor navigation aid for the blind. In Proceedings of the 18th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility, ASSETS ’16, pages 301–302, Reno, Nevada, October 2016. ACM. Available Online.

  5. William Easley, Michele A. Williams, Ali Abdolrahmani, Caroline Galbraith, Stacy M. Branham, Amy Hurst, and Shaun K. Kane. Let’s get lost: Exploring social norms in predominately blind environments. In Proceedings of the 34th Annual ACM Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI EA ’16, pages 2034–2040, San Jose, California, May 2016. ACM. Available Online.

  6. Ali Abdolrahmani, Ravi Kuber, and William Easley. Web search credibility assessment for individuals who are blind. In Proceedings of the 17th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers & Accessibility, ASSETS ’15, pages 369–370, Lisbon, Portugal, October 2015. ACM. Available Online.