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A close up of Auston Stamm. A caucasian man in his thirties with dark blonde hair and blue eyes.

Published Works

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Stamm, A., & Hsu, YC (2021). The Marrakesh Treaty’s impact on the accessibility and reproduction of published works. TechTrends, 65(5), 692–695 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11528-021-00623-7

Summary: This article explores the international landscape of accessible books and the challenges of narrow copyright exceptions. The benefits and pitfalls of the Marrakesh Treaty are examined. 

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Stamm, A. (2023). Embracing my differences and finding purpose. Vance, M., & Harrison, B., DISABLED faculty and staff in higher education: Intersecting identities and everyday experience. AHEAD. 

Summary: This book profiles faculty and staff in higher education with disabilities. The forward was written by Haben Girma who is a disability rights advocate and the first deaf-blind woman to graduate from Harvard. I have a chapter in the book sharing my experiences working in higher education as a person with a disability. 

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Lowenthal, P. R., Horan, A., DeArmond, M. C., Lomellini, A., Egan, D., Johnson, M., Moeller, K. N., Keldgord,

F., Kuohn, J., Jensen, S., Stamm, A., & Pounds, D. (accepted). Classroom community and online learning: A

synthesis of Alfred Rovai’s research. TechTrends.

Summary: In EDTECH 606 our class collaborated on a paper analyzing the research of Alfred Rovai who contributed to the understanding of connectedness and community in online courses. I am listed as a minor author. 

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