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Carrie Bruce

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Research Scientist
Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access
Georgia Institute of Technology

Carrie Bruce is a licensed speech-language pathologist and an assistive technology practitioner who has been working in the field of rehabilitation for almost 15 years. Ms. Bruce is also a Research Scientist at the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA) at Georgia Tech and an investigator for the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Workplace Accommodations (Work RERC). She is distinguished for her work in examining environmental design issues related to accessibility and investigating assessment methodologies that measure the environment’s impact on participation. Her recent work has focused on descriptive analyses of assessment instruments with a person-environment fit focus, development of a context-relevant communication system for workers with speech and language impairments, classification of environmental features in informal learning environments, and investigation of universally designed exhibit interpretation. Additionally, Ms. Bruce is a PhD student in the Human-Centered Computing program at Georgia Tech where she is concentrating on developing real-time audio interpretation of dynamic exhibits at zoos and aquaria.

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