Jaxsen Day

Jaxsen Day

PhD Student


Jaxsen Day studies the areas of accessibility, education, and technology. Specifically, his work explores the issue of access to higher education for people with disabilities. This issue is heavily influenced by several factors including but not limited to: previous educational experience in the k-12 environment, access and exposure to technology in general (as well as assistive technology specifically), the understanding of human values around disability and universal usability, as well as the understanding and use of support services for people with disabilities (both in general as well as in an educational context).


M.Ed. Technical Education - Texas State University
B.B.A. Computer Information Systems - Texas State University

Areas Of Specialization


Recent Publications

J. R. Day and K. R. Fleischmann, "Serving the Needs of Students with Disabilities: How Academic Librarians Can Collaborate with Publishers and Disability Services Offices," Proceedings of the 83rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 2020.

K. R. Fleischmann, S. R. Greenberg, D. Gurari, A. Stangl, N. Verma, J. R. Day, R. N. Simons, and T. Yeh, "Good Systems: Ethical AI for CSCW," CSCW 19: Conference Companion Publication of the 2019 Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (pp. 461-467), 2019.

Recent Courses

YearSemesterCourse NumberCourseSyllabusNotes
2022SpringI 303Ethical Foundations for Informatics
2021FallI 301Introduction to Informatics