Brett Oppegaard, Ph.D., studies intersections of Technical Communication, mobile technologies, and media accessibility. His scholarship has been supported by federal agencies – such as the National Endowment for the Humanities, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the National Park Service – but also by private foundations and corporations, such as Google. For this work, he has earned such accolades as the George and Helen Hartzog Award from the National Park Service, and the Margaret Pfanstiehl Audio Description Achievement Award in Research Development from the American Council of the Blind.
Recent Posts by Brett Oppegaard
The UniDescription Project Breaks Down Common Barriers to Media Accessibility
Category: Alliance Blog
National Park Service sites are generally grand and iconic American places for us to gather, commune with nature, tell important stories about our country’s past, and celebrate our …