The AMX database is made possible by a grant through the Disabled Studentís Programs and Services Department of the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office. The High Tech Center Training Unit would particularly like to thank Chancellor's Office staff Scott Hamilton and Peggy Tate for their support of this project.
We would like to thank members of the AMX Database advisory committee for their input and recommendations:
|Brian Brautigam|| Riverside Community College|
|Laura Ingram || Merced Community College|
|James Kolthoff || Los Medanos Community College|
|Bob Montenengo || Alternate Text Production Center|
|Tim Kyllingstad || Cerritos Community College|
|Katrina Ostby || Bumpy Page Productions|
We thank and acknowledge the dozens of alternate media specialists from throughout the California community colleges who have enthusiastically contributed their time and expertise in reviewing, evaluating and testing the AMX database.
We want to acknowledge:
Carl Brown, Director of the High-Tech Center Training Unit, for design of the databaseís conceptual framework;
Gaeir Dietrich, Alternate Media Specialist at the High-Tech Center Training Unit, for contributions to the functionality assurance of the database and its user interface and,
Sam Ogami, Assistive Computer Technology Specialist at the High-Tech Center Training Unit for technical support.
Most importantly, we acknowledge the skill, commitment and dedication of two people without whom this project would not have been possible:
Sean Keegan, Web Accessibility Specialist at the High-Tech Center Training Unit who served as project manager for development of the AMX database, and
Bradley Creamer of Sonoma Designs, the software developer for this project.