Screen Reader/2 is IBM's access system for OS/2, providing blind users access to the graphical user interface (GUI) of Presentation Manager, to Windows programs running under OS/2, and to text mode DOS and OS/2 programs. Screen Reader/2 is a completely redesigned and rewritten follow-on to IBM's Screen Reader Version 1.2 for DOS.
- assets.txt "Screen Reader/2: Access to OS/2 and the Graphical User Interface" ASSETS '94, October, 1994; By Jim Thatcher
- icchp.txt "Screen Reader/2 - Programmed Access to the GUI" ICCHP September 1994, By Jim Thatcher
- nfbjwt.txt "The Problems and Challenges Of the Graphical User Interface" NFB November, 1993. By Jim Thatcher
- world.txt "How to Make OS/2 Talk ... And Why. Access to OS/2 with IBM Screen Reader/2" OS/2 World Conference, July, 1994. By Jim Thatcher
- srd2useg.txt Screen Reader/2 user's guide.
- srd2ref.txt Screen Reader/2 Profile Access Language Reference.
- sm2useg.txt Screen Magnifier/2 users guide
- APPGUIDE.TXT - Achieving Greater Accessibility for Blind User of OS/2 - February 3, 1995 - By Catherine K. Laws
- GUITALK.TXT - Making the GUI Talk - By Richard S. Schwerdtfeger
- Hearing Graphics for the First Time by Joseph J. Lazzaro
- Chaotic Progress by Janet J. Barron