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Egenda: A Virtual Agenda App

May 14, 2021

Paper agendas are a great way to stay organized, but for a lot of students, working with paper is not always ideal. App-based agendas are much more accessible, and they give students with learning disabilities the ability to take advantage of built in features such as speech-to-text, text-to-speech, etc.

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Maker Spotlight: Garry Bartsch

May 12, 2021

Garry Bartsch is an inventor like his father before him. “That’s in my blood, I guess. I’ve always liked drawing things, and I’ve always liked designing things, and it’s been a hobby — it’s enjoyable, but it’s also useful to me.”

As a C5-C6 quadriplegic, 3D printing gives Garry an avenue to create.

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Fisayo Eases Her Workday Stress With a New Light Wheelchair

May 12, 2021

Fisayo works with a non-profit organization that promotes inclusion and assists immigrants. “I am paraplegic which means I have mobility challenges, and need a functional and light wheelchair to get around at work,” she explains.

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