Winter Quarter 2011 Course Announcement

Perspectives in Assistive Technology

David L. Jaffe, MS and Professor Drew Nelson
Tuesdays & Thursdays   4:15pm - 5:30pm
Main Quad, Building 370, Classroom 370


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Tuesday, February 15th

photo of Teri Adams

Teri Adams’s Extremely Subjective View: Quality of Life for People with Disabilities in 2011
Teri A. Adams, JD
Stanford Disability Resource Center

Abstract: Teri will address the disparity between technological developments and the extent to which people with disabilities have access to that technology as well as the “talk” of civil rights, versus the reality.

Biosketch: Teri Adams is the Assistant Director of the Office of Accessible Education and the Student Disability Resource Center. The Center is committed to providing Stanford students with disabilities the support and services needed to allow them the opportunity to participate in the rich and varied life at Stanford University. In addition to academic accommodations for students, Teri also expedites all housing assignments and facilities requests related to disability.

Contact Information:
Teri A. Adams, JD
Assistant Director
Stanford Office of Accessible Education
563 Salvatierra Walk, 1st Floor
Stanford, CA  94305-2490
650/723-1066 appointments
650/725-5301 fax
terajean -at-
Lecture Material:
Pre-lecture slides - 313 Kb pdf file
Slides - 141 Kb pdf file
Audio - 1:04:55 - 14.8 Mb mp3 file

Updated 02/16/2011

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