[Air-L] Online communities and disability

Paul M.A. Baker pmbaker1 at earthlink.net
Mon May 17 21:50:16 PDT 2010

I work in the areas of communities of practice, disability policy and e-accessibility, as well as have some familiarity with Latin countries. SHoot me am email telling me a bit more about your work, and I should be able to help you

Paul M.A. Baker

Paul M.A. Baker, Ph.D., Director of Research
Center for Advanced Communications Policy (CACP)
Georgia Institute of Technology
500 10th St. NW #312
Atlanta, GA 30332 404.385.4618 [paul.baker at cacp.gatech.edu]
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On May 18, 2010, at 12:35 AM, Edgar Pacheco Benavente wrote:

> Hello,
> I am a Postgraduate student who is hailing from Peru and that is researching about Internet,  communities of practice and disability. I have just started my project and i would like to know if somebody in the AIR-L has some advice to give. Is there any resocurces any of you suggest to look at?
> Thanks for your help
> Edgar Pacheco
> <mailto:pachecedga at myvuw.ac.nz>
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