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AT in the news for 8/20 – 8/24

Blind student presents 3-D tactile images to national microscopy conference

Free Online Game for the Visually Impaired

New device bringing mobility to paralyzed stroke patients

How To Use A Lawn Mower With One Hand – tips

Captioning Technology Levels the Field for Deaf Students

Following Tragedy, Special Needs Hotline In TheWorks

Gilles Plains charity helps disabled people live independently in their own homes

Warehouse full of help awaits use by disabled

Researchers restore vision to mice by unlocking retina’s neural code

Not All Students Treated Equally in Today’s Digital Era: A Call for Accessible Technology in Education

Cloud Accessibility Survey for Visually Impaired & Normally Sighted People, sponsored by RNIB & U of Hertfordshire

Disability advocates question accessibility of new Metro SmarTrip dispensers

Hands Up Communications connects deaf with hearing world

Airline iPad Policy Sparks Disability Dispute

One Response to “AT in the News, Weekly Wrap-up, 8/24/2012”

  1. Amen, Father! There are still a few other phrases that are more of my pet peeves. It’s like finger nails scraping a blackboard to hear the drivel, when one grew up with the “real thing”. Is it any wonder that there is so much truth to “Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi”?!BTW, they just don’t seem to get the message from Rome’s document some years back that lay people are not ministers of anything, nor do they have ministries.

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