2010 Center for Assistive Technology Poster Retreat & Innovation Networking Session WHAT: Information‐sharing and networking event for individuals interested in learning more and advancing the diverse and rewarding field of assistive technology. WHEN: March 26, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. WHERE: Discovery Park, Mann Hall at Purdue University WHY: To foster discussions regarding what is being done, what could be […]
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You may be familiar with Wheelchair Basketball, but have you ever heard of Beep Baseball or Quad Rugby? The Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana Sports Program (RHISP) currently offers 15 different sports teams and 40 introductory sports clinics for people with physical disabilities. This program enables people with disabilities to have the same opportunities as athletes […]
What is universal design? The Center for Universal Design at North Carolina State University defines universal design as The design of products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design. Examples of universal design include: contrast and magnification controls on any system […]
The INDATA Project is happy to announce that starting this week, we will present a blog post every Monday that features a “Tech Tip” video. These Tech Tips will introduce various assistive technology devices with brief demonstrations. Below is our first video discussing the benefits of the Livescribe Pen. To access Closed Captioning, roll your […]
We received some very useful feedback on our recent post Digital Books and Media: Access for Visually Impaired. Here are a few more resources to add to the list, as well as an update.* ReadHowYouWant – This organization works to convert text into large print, braille, and DAISY formats. They have teamed up with over […]