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We Are Contributing to an Inclusive World

We Are Contributing to an Inclusive World

CIDI is recognized as a leader for services and research in accessibility. We are dedicated to an inclusive society through innovations in assistive and universally designed technologies, with a goal of addressing the full range of needs for accessibility. We are committed to the promotion of technological innovation and development of user-centered research, products, and services for individuals with disabilities.

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CIDI, College of Design Talk Wheelchairs for ADA Anniversary

Professor Stephen Sprigle and program manager Liz Persaud weigh in on the difference 30 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act has made for people who design and use wheelchairs. They join School of Architecture alumnus Tim Andrews (ARCH'74) for a then-and-now look at wheelchair use.

Nationally Recognized Research

CIDI research projects build on Georgia Tech's innovation in engineering, science, and technology. Many projects are focused on inclusive design and applications of information and communications technology (ICT) with tangible results. 

Our research serves members of all communities, ranging from students with disabilities to the aging population. With a goal of improving the human condition for individuals, our studies last months or even years. Take a closer look at our projects and research opportunities, and see where you might be able to contribute.

CIDI Is Here to Serve You

 

As the largest services and research center within Georgia Tech's College of Design, we address unmet needs in higher education, government, non-profits, and corporations. Our services can be accessed by becoming a member, and CIDI offers a range of membership levels to meet the different needs of each organization.

 

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Educational Institutions

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Government & Non-Profit

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Corporations

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Research

Visit Us

As advocates for accessibility, our team invites you to schedule a visit to learn more about what goes into making the world more inclusive and accessible -- physically and digitally. You will receive a tour of our entire building with opportunities to connect with our staff and facilitate change by learning how to make your campus, company, or events more accessible.

Latest News & Events

Tai Chi leader meets with TechSage researchers.

Tai Chi Leader Meets with TechSage Researchers

Dr. Paul Lam discusses technology innovations for improving access to tai chi interventions.
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Industrial Design & Assistive Tech

Researchers and students use rapid prototyping to create custom tools for people with mobility impairments.
Celebrating 30 years of the ADA.

CIDI Celebrate's ADA's 30th Anniversary

Follow along as we celebrate the ADA's 30th all year with testimonies and resources.

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