Success Through Collaboration
At AMAC, we know how to build partnerships that knock down barriers. We initiate new ways to strategically collaborate private, nonprofit, and government groups to leverage and use resources and serve the best interests of all, now and into the future.
We have many partners on and off the Georgia Tech campus.
Today we partner with the University System of Georgia and the Regents' Center for Learning Disabilities. Externally we also partner with G3ict
and the International Association of Accessibility Professionals.
On the Georgia Tech campus, our closest partner is the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access, also known as CATEA.
We also partner with the following Georgia Tech offices:
Georgia Tech College of Design
The Office of Disability Services
Office of Institute Diversity
Tools for Life
Human Factors and Aging Lab
Georgia Electronic Design Center
Georgia Tech Sonification Lab
Georgia Tech Bionics Lab
Georgia Tech Professional Education
GTRI Accessibility Evaluation Center
Wireless Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center