Abstract| Volume 100, ISSUE 10, e12, October 2019

Usability Evaluation of a Curb-climbing Power Wheelchair for Indoor/Outdoor Accessibility

      To perform a usability evaluation in the performance of a Mobility Enhancement robotic (MEBot) wheelchair to overcome curbs. MEBot is a prototype robotic wheelchair with six height-adjustable wheels that is able to maneuver indoors and automatically climb/descend curbs for accessibility enhancement.
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          Original Research Oral Presentation NIDILRR 1025675 in the October 2019 issue (Volume 100, Issue 10, Page e12) contains an incorrect author list. (To view the full issue, please visit the Archives journal website at .) The corrected author list appears below.
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