Senior Research Scientist
Georgia Institute of Technology
Robert L. Todd is a Senior Research Scientist at the Georgia Institute of Technology's Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA). As such, Robert directs related research on the usability and accessibility of online resources and is a lead designer and instructor for Georgia Tech's Professional Education certificate courses in Creating Accessible Web Sites and Usability Engineering. He is the project director of the CATEA Training Initiative, responsible for designing and coordinating training and related evaluation across multiple federal projects. Mr. Todd received the Georgia Tech Best Practices Award for 2005 for leadership of the Access E-Learning project to create online training on accessible distance education for IHEs. He received the MERLOT Best Practices Award for Education in 2007 for his leadership of the Georgia Tech Research on Accessible Distance Education (GRADE) project.