DO-IT NEWS * January 2008
Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology
Volume 16, Number 1
In This Issue:
To reduce printing costs and yet still share exciting news from DO-IT, we provide a short print version and this expanded version online. Contact DO-IT if you would like a printed copy of the expanded newsletter.
- Director's Digressions.
- Boeing Continues to Support DO-IT Scholars.
- Summer Study '07: What Do the Phase I Scholars Do?
- Engineering 101.
- Game Night.
- Sheep Heart Surgery and Dissection.
- I Scream and Karaoke with a Birthday on Top!
- Microsoft-What a Trip!
- Far Out!
- Seattle Art Museum: Home of Beauty and Wonders.
- Our Night at U-Village.
- Summer Study '07: What Do the Phase II Scholars Do?
- Curb Cuts in Cyberspace.
- What Do You NOAA?.
- Hit the Note! Right in Tune.
- Karaoke Night '07.
- DO-IT Ambassadors Assist in DO-IT Japan's First Summer Study!
- Study Abroad for Students with Disabilities: A World of Opportunity.
- DO-IT and the Land of the Midnight Sun!
- DO-IT Scholar Profile.
- DO-IT Staff Profile.
- Summer Academy for Deaf Students .
- 2007 DO-IT Trailblazers.
- DO-IT Director Wins Innovation Award.
- Tech Tips: iPhone iThoughts.
- The Thread: Phase II Scholar Projects.
- How can you DO-IT?
- The Browser: Calendar of Events
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