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AMAC Accessibility Research

Title Auditory Augmented 3D Printed Math Manipulatives for Students with Visual Impairments
Type Sponsored
Description The goal of this exploratory project is to iteratively design and develop auditory augmented 3D manipulatives for K-12 math courses that may improve learning outcomes of students with visual impairments, including those with blindness and print disabilities. The manipulatives will be 3D printed to make them easy to replicated, and will include audio QR codes including explanation of the manipulatives.Students with visual impairments and their math teachers will participate in the design process.
Start Date 08/01/2016
End Date 08/01/2017
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Principal Investigators
  • Christopher Lee, Ph.D.
    Department Head | Director
    AMAC Accessibility Solutions and Research Center
    christopher.lee@amac.gatech.edu
  • Zerrin Ondin, PhD.
    Research Scientist
    AMAC Accessibility Solutions and Research Center
    zerrin.ondin@amac.gatech.edu
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