Lab Director: Robert Todd
The Accessible Education and Information Lab provides accessible information on education and technology to a wide audience.
For those that have trouble with motor skills we study and develop assistive technology. These devices are as simple as:
- Paper with printed lines can also help people without steady hands.
- pencil grips for writing.
- Touch-screens and specialized keyboards to assist those that can’t use traditional input devices for computers.
What’s Happening in the AEI Lab Now
Virtual Reality Education and Mentoring – link to the informational web site.
Practical information for University instructors teaching people with disabilities.
Guidance for high school level instructors on making science, engineering, and math classrooms and labs accessible to people with disabilities.
The national public web site for information on assistive technology (co-produced with the Accessible Workplace Lab)
Catea Consumer Network
A network of older adults and people with disabilities that test prototypes, products, and services to help improve them through focus groups, testing, and surveys.
GRADE – Georgia Tech Research on Accessible Distance Education, including tutorials, detailed design examples, and advice for creating accessible distance learning courses.