Tag: accessibility

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Lisa Morton 0
College-bound students with visual impairments learn to independently analyze data

This summer the Accessibility and Applied Assistive Technology team at SAS launched a new course that teaches students with visual impairments how to independently analyze data, which is a critical skill that all students need for success in college and their careers. However, many students with visual impairments don’t have

Living the dream

I just wanted to check in and give my adoring fans a glimpse into a typical day of my retirement.  You didn’t think I was just going to lope off into the sunset, did you? First, I have been hanging out with Ed’s better half, Kimberly, and my best buddy,

It's been a blast!

Well, folks, I think it’s time to hang up my harness. Since 2008, I’ve navigated the pathways of SAS, visited some great places throughout North America, and taken the best care I could of my friend Ed. But 7 years is a long time (especially in dog-years). So I’m graciously

STEM at the museum

On Wednesday, October 15, Ed and I will be spending the morning at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. It’s a great museum, and I always love going there, but that day holds an especially cool event. It’s called the STEM Career Showcase for Students with Disabilities. (If you

What's the word? Quizard

Ed wants to make sure that the next generation of technology is accessible, and the best way to do that is to ensure the next generation of computer scientists understand the needs of users with disabilities. So, he and I get out of the office on a regular basis to

Willie the Seeing Eye Dog 0
A mountain of fun

All work and no play makes Ed a very dull boy. So, I took the family skiing last week. It was a blast. They had a good time out there shivering in the snow, doing stuff like: fall down, get up, repeat.  Not my idea of fun. I spent my

Let's reach for the stars

So Ed and I have started the new year right by taking a trip. We’re in Washington, DC for the 223rd meeting of the American Astronomical Society. (These dudes have been getting together for a long time.) Here’s the fun part: we’re showing off a cool new eBook that SAS

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