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Everyday Accessible Technology Part 2 March 29, 2019

We’re going to look at some accessible products that could (or should) be found in one’s kitchen. The products were recommended by our colleague Nakia Singh, who lives independently with very low vision.

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March 28, 2019 Neil Squire Society to Host 10th Annual Job Fair for People with Disabilities

REGINA, Saskatchewan, March 27, 2019 – On Monday, April 8, the Neil Squire Society will host its 10th Annual Job Fair for People with Disabilities at the University of Regina’s Centre for Kinesiology, Health and Sport. Job seekers with disabilities will be able to network with a range of employers committed to a representative workforce […]

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March 21, 2019 Why Using A.T. Isn’t Cheating

Students and teachers are becoming increasingly comfortable with assistive technology in the class. However, among some students, there is a perception that using AT is “cheating”.

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March 14, 2019 Tap Wearable Keyboard

Tap is a wearable, Bluetooth enabled keyboard and mouse that allows users to input text using any surface, with just one hand.

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