Cornell University

Using Cornell IT with Assistive Technology, Does it Make the Grade?

Friday, January 31, 2014 at 10:00am to 11:00am

Biotechnology Building, G10
Central Campus

How well do the Information Technology systems you use, design, build, and support work for users? How well do they work for people with disabilities? We have convened a panel of students, faculty and staff to share their experience using campus IT services and assistive technology. Learn what works and what does not work from the user perspective, and understand why it is important that IT services work well for all users. Learn about resources available to improve the use of IT with assistive technology, as well as how to develop IT services to benefit all users. Register online at:

For disability accommodations contact Emily at 254-4545

Co-sponsored by CIT, Facilities Services & Student Disability Services

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Michael Haflett left a positive review 1/31/2014

Thank you for putting this together. I found it to be informative and appreciated having individuals with special needs point out both the helpful as well as the unhelpful in their perspective situations. Though some of the technology will prove difficult to install in the rooms it was good to see the options available for different needs. Again, Thank You for the enlightenment.