The INDATA Project has announced a new host for its highly-popular Assistive Technology Update (ATU) podcast. Wade Wingler, vice president of technology and information services for Easterseals Crossroads, has been the host since the podcast’s inception in 2011. As he celebrates 25 years this month with Easterseals Crossroads, he is passing the microphone for the ATU […]
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What’s That You Hear? Podcasting with INDATA
Writer: Tiffany Whisner, Coles Marketing Supplies needed: a computer, portable media player or smartphone; a program for listening to MP3 audio files; an Internet connection; and earphones. What are you doing? Listening to a podcast. While podcasting is a relatively new term, its roots date all the way back to the 1980s, first known as […]
Exciting new staff changes!
In recent months, the Assistive Technology Program at Easter Seals Crossroads has seen a few staff changes. I wanted to make sure our readers are informed of all these exciting changes! Prior to writing this blog, I went ahead and asked the newly-promoted staff about their new roles, responsibilities, goals, and more. Check out the interview […]
Easter Seals Crossroads: What we do and how you can help!
Easter Seals Crossroads is dedicated to serving our community in a myriad of ways. Please take a few moments to view the following video demonstrating all the amazing things we do every day! Overview of Easter Seals Crossroads: Easter Seals Crossroads responds to the many adults and children with disabilities, special needs and challenges who […]
App-Fest Notes from INARF 2015
Thanks to all who participated in our 2015 App-Fest at the INARF conference in Indianapolis on March 17, 2015. The three resources we shared for finding apps are: Bridging Apps – www.BridgingApps.org Tools For Life – www.gatfl.org/favorite-search.php Apple Vis – www.AppleVis.com The list of apps that participant shared are below. Facebook iBirdPro IMDB Mapquest Candy crush Guitartab […]
Tech Tip: Leap Motion
For today’s Tech Tip, Wade Wingler, director of assistive technology here at the INDATA Project, introduces us to Leap Motion. The Leap Motion Controller senses how you move your hands and allows you to point, wave, reach and pick something up on your computer screen. Check this out! To learn more on this “handy” device, […]