Learn about the different community projects that we dedicated our time and skills to as part of our MS Educational Technology degrees.
Our communities are filled with groups of people that can benefit from additional computer skills and tools. In our community work we focused on two different groups of people, the elderly and folks with cerebral palsy. We also created an assistive technology stylus for anyone with needs.
In the Fall of 2012, three female graduate students at PACE University's MS Educational Technology degree worked as a team to create Assistive Technology solution for both Cerebral Palsy and Elderly computer users.
“We thank you for all of your time, help, and educational assistance.”
THE WORLD CAN BE YOURS!
Our goal was to establish relationships with good-work organizations in our Westchester community and discover how we could utilize our skills to help others access technology with more efficiency.
Our goals was to help utilize our skills with computer hardware to enable new tools and training that would empower the elderly and folks Cerebral Palsy and other physical challenges to use computer with more easy and efficiency..
HARDWARE ENABLING COMMUNICATION THROUGH TECHNOLOGY
Some people dream of success. We made it happen!