• Contact Info

Tennant, Sherri

Clinical Instructor



research overview

  • I am an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of SLHS. My primary role is academic and clinical teaching, however, I have led an AAC Outreach Grant Project in collaboration with Dr. Christine Brennan for the past five years. The second website listed above is for the AAC multimedia training modules, which are still in development but the first module will be uploaded this spring 2024.


  • augmentative-alternative communication (AAC), bilingualism; early intervention, speech-language pathology, complex communication needs (CCN), alternative access to AAC systems, eye gaze interfaces, brain-technology interfaces, language-literacy development


courses taught

  • SLHS 5272 - Augmentative Alternative Communication: Theory and Use
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2020 / Spring 2021 / Spring 2022 / Spring 2023 / Spring 2024
    Provides an overview of the application of current technology to alternative/augmentative communication. Emphasizes assessment and intervention with nonverbal children and adults with need for alternative/augmentative communication systems. Presents various technological devices and systems. Addresses system selection, programming, development and integration of use in environmental contexts.


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