Winter Quarter 2019

          
Perspectives in Assistive Technology
ENGR110/210

          

David L. Jaffe, MS
Lathrop Library, Classroom 282
Tuesdays & Thursdays from 4:30pm to 5:50pm

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Course and Project Resources


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Catalogs of Low Tech Products for People with Disabilities:

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PowerPoint & Presentation Tips:

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Report Writing Tips:

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Teams and Team Building:

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Interacting with and Writing about People with Disabilities:

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Library: - These documents and media are available for student loan

Books
Media
Stanford Engineering Library
  • The Engineering Library now has access to the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Digital Library. The complete list of titles can be accessed here.

  • In addition, the Library has purchased online access to Make Magazine. To access the online version follow the [link] in the item description in the catalog.

  • The Library has added an easier access point for our Electronic Books

Sarah Lester
Mechanical Engineering Liaison
Engineering Library
slester -at- stanford.edu
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Product Realization Lab:

  • The Product Realization Laboratory (PRL) is an invaluable Stanford resource offering prototype fabrication facilities in support of student design activities. The shops offer traditional machining, woodworking, foundry, plastics molding, welding, finishing, and metrology tools. Additionally, state-of-the-art computer-aided drawing, manufacturing, and protyping systems are available. Students do all their own fabrication. All PRL resources, including instruction and coaching by staff, are available to students enrolled in ENGR110/210. Here's how to get started.

  • Room 36 - a new PRL resource for prototyping, softgoods, electronics, and hands-on creative adventures
    Huang Engineering Center - map
    Dan Somen, Lab Manager
    dansomen -at- stanford.edu
    650/721-9472
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Other:

Updated 01/12/2019

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