CATEA Publishes Study on STEM Education and Disability

By | Posted December 31, 1969

Atlanta, GA

Georgia Tech's Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA) is making available a new book Accommodating Students with Disabilities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). According to lead author Nathan Moon, "the book is a survey of the research on current classroom accommodations and technologies to aid students and teachers in scientific and technical coursework from middle school to college." Moon, a Georgia Tech alum (PhD-HSTS 2009) worked with three other authors who also happen to be Tech graduates, including Robert L. Todd (MS-HCI 2002), David L. Morton (PhD-HT 1995), and Emily Ivey (MS-PubP 2010).