Winter Quarter 2019

Perspectives in Assistive Technology


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

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Good Words 2018

Emailed comments accompanying students' emails when submitting their Final Reports or Individual Reflections

Thank you for organizing such an interesting course and enabling us to pursue novel solutions for these impactful problems!

Thanks so much for a great quarter! (5)

Thank you for a meaningful and wonderful quarter!

Thanks again for a great quarter!

Thanks for a great class!

Thank you again for the wonderful class.

Thank you for an awesome quarter and for all that we’ve learned about the disabled community.

I really enjoyed your class and thank you for organizing all the great guest lectures!

Thank you for such a great quarter and we hope to remain in contact!

Thank you for a great 10 weeks with this course!

Thanks for this opportunity Dave!

Thank you for your support and flexibility in assisting me with taking the class this quarter, and for helping me get set up with a great individual project!

Thank you for all your help this quarter, and hope you have a nice spring break!

Thank you for all of your hard work to make this a wonderful class.

Thank you for running this class and I hope you have a great break!

Thanks so much for a wonderful class and have a great spring break!

Replies to my comments of students' Individual Reflection

Thank you again for offering the class to me in this manner! I'll definitely recommend it among my peer group.

Thanks for your response to my individual reflection. Just another example of how much time and care you put into the course and your students.

Comment from a community member at Final Presentation

Comments from students on the Course Evaluation Form

Comments from community members on the Course Evaluation Form

Comment from a community member by email

What Dave has done with this class is remarkable and I believe every student leaves with a lifetime appreciation for how many in our community need design to move towards a universal direction.

Updated 08/14/2018

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