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Alternate Format Production Team

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Robin L. Cole
Alternate Format & Assistive Technology Manager

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Bonjour! I’m Robin (she/her) and I manage the alternate format production team here in OAE. I also work with students to find the right combination of assistive technology tools to access their academic materials. I have been working in disability services for over 12 years  with an emphasis in assistive technology. I am a bit of a francophile, a quiltmaker, animal lover and somewhat of a techno geek.

When I am not working, you would usually find me working on a new quilt, reading, cooking or hanging out with my friends and family. I also love to travel - especially to french speaking countries!

Deborah Ting, M.S., CCC-SLP
Alternate Media Specialist / Braille Specialist

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Hello! I’m Deborah Ting (she/her) and I have been a part of the alternate format production team since 2006. I have been providing academic materials in alternative formats to students with various types of print disabilities and I specialize in braille transcription. I am certified in Literary, Nemeth Math, Music Braille, and Braille Textbook Formatting, and am proficient in creating tactile graphics.

On the weekends I love to go swimming and biking with my daughter. I also enjoy music, snowboarding, hiking and traveling.

Charlene Chong
Alternate Format Specialist

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Hello! My name is Charlene Chong (she/her). I am thrilled to be part of the OAE alternate format production team. I am passionate about removing barriers to access and empowering the Stanford community and students for academic success in the classroom and out in the world. I bring over 10 years of experience in the world of disability access in higher education and hold certifications in Literary braille, Nemeth braille, and project management.

I enjoy many hobbies including running marathons, singing in choir, learning new skills, and cooking anything by Yotam Ottolenghi.

Evelyn Wu
Alternate Format Specialist

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Hi! My name is Evelyn (she/her), and I joined the alt format production team in 2023. At the core of my work, I’m dedicated to using technology to make the world a better, safer, and more equitable place. I’m excited to use the technical skills and writing experience I’ve gained working in higher education, startups, and nonprofits to help the OAE create inclusive and accessible learning environments for students here at Stanford.

In my spare time, I enjoy playing taiko drums, spending time with my cat(s), and watching so-bad-they’re-good movies.

Kyle Logsdon
Alternate Format Specialist

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Rally-Ho! I'm Kyle (he/him, they/them) one of the alt-format specialists who produces digital and physical content in differing forms. I have been working with assistive technology for the past eight years. I use my skill set with macros, unicode, and scripting to assist in my job.

Part of my hobbies have pushed into my work: I am a casual video game player and a MMO player(FFXIV and WoW, but please don't ask me for Ultimate runs or Mythic +20's!).

I love tinkering 'under the hood' with a program to find out how they work. This curiosity helps me in fixing tech problems in my work, but it's also fun in being able to understand how things are put together and how to fix or customize them.

Mason Chow
Alternate Format & Braille Specialist

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Hello there, my name is Mason Chow (she/her). I am one of the alternate format specialists at OAE since 2015. After graduating with a degree in Graphic Communications from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, I spent several wonderful years in the printing industry. I believe the skills that I learned from traditional printing have allowed me to easily transition into my current role. I enjoy producing academic materials with a variety of accessible formats that enable equal access for students with disabilities. I am also certified by the Library of Congress as a Literary braille transcriber.

When I am not at work, I enjoy creating and making new things with my hands. With the help of all the free tutorials on YouTube, I have put my power drills and miter saw to good use for several DIY projects that I’m proud of. I also have a passion to catch my own seafood from the ocean; fish, clams, crabs, just to name a few. The reward is being able to cook delicious meals for family and friends with my catch. I enjoy the outdoors as well. I am a skier and half marathon pacer. When I pace in a race, I love that I can encourage and motivate other runners to be strong and keep going. The experience is quite satisfying, very similar to my job at OAE where my work helps students to get to their finish lines!

Paul Nguyen
Alternate Format Specialist

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Hello~ I’m Paul (he/him). I’ve been with the Office of Accessible Education since 2010 and am currently working as an Alternate Format Specialist, converting academic materials into more accessible formats for students with disabilities.

I love working with technology as it is amazing in being able to deliver access, entertainment, and so much more. I also really like to help people where I can. As such, I love being able to help our students in their studies at Stanford. I also share that passion to help others by volunteering for a few local non-profits such as Schmahl Science Workshops and the California YMCA Youth & Government. In my free time, I enjoy playing video games, watching Japanese Animation, reading books, and biking.