2. See also Michael Alioto and Susan Brummel, "NII: An Investment in People with Disabilities," The Information Infrastructure: Reaching Society's Goals, A Report of the Information Infrastructure Task Force Committee on Applications and Technology, publication 868 (Washington, D.C.: National Institute of Standards and Technology, U.S. Department of Commerce, 1994) pp. 5-24.
3. For a related discussion, see Peter David Blanck, Communications Technology for Everyone: Implications for the Classroom and Beyond (Washington, D.C.: The Annenberg Washington Program in Communications Policy Studies of Northwestern University, 1994). (soon to be available on-line on this server)
4. Peter David Blanck, "Integrated Employment, Economic Opportunity and the Americans with Disabilities Act: Empirical Findings from 1990-1993," Iowa Law Review 79 (4) (Iowa City: University of Iowa, 1994).
5. Findings are based on a quarterly follow-up survey to employers who had previously contacted the Job Accommodation Network requesting information on accommodations.
6. See also Targeting Disability Needs: A Guide to the Americans with Disabilities Act for Dispute Resolution Programs, by the American Bar Association Commission on Mental and Physical Disability Law and the Commission on Legal Problems of the Elderly (Washington, D.C.: American Bar Association, 1994).
7. See Peter David Blanck, Jill H. Anderson, Eric J. Wallach, and James P. Tenney, "Implementing Reasonable Accommodations using ADR under the ADA:The Case of a White- Collar Employee with Bipolar Mental Illness," Mental and Physical Disability Law Reporter18(4) (Washington, D.C.: American Bar Association, 1980) pp. 458-64.