Assistive Technology

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November 1, 2018 Be My Eyes: App Review

Be My Eyes is a free app that connects blind or low-vision users to sighted volunteers who offer visual assistance in real-time using video conferencing technology. The app is designed to be straightforward in its functionality, as well as being easily accessible for low or no-vision users.

BBOT After Hours Business Mixer at Neil Squire Society October 18, 2018

Join the Burnaby Board of Trade (new window) for another great After Hours Business Mixer event at the Neil Squire Society. Connect with dozens of small business owners and local professionals. Enjoy a complimentary drink, delicious food, and great connections as we build and strengthen our local business community. This free, casual event is the perfect way […]

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October 18, 2018 Powered to Enable Kick-off at EA

On Wednesday, October 17th, 2018, we launched the Powered to Enable campaign in Burnaby, BC with a kick-off event at Electronic Arts Canada.

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October 18, 2018 How To: Use Google Assistant

We’re going to look at Google Assistant, the built-in virtual personal assistant that comes pre-loaded on Android smartphones (Android 6.0 and above) and on Android smartwatches.

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