DO-IT NEWS * May 2012
Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology
Volume 20, Number 1
In This Issue:
- DO-IT Engages with CSCP
- DO-IT Students Accepted Into the Young Scholars Program
- Collaborations with Washington MESA
- Learning about Sensorimotor Neural Engineering
- Ambassador Profile: Randy Hammer
- Staff Profile: Penny Hinke
- New Videos on Accessibility
- How Can You DO-IT?
- The Browser: Calendar of Events
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