DO-IT NEWS * November 2009
Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology
Volume 17, Number 2
In This Issue:
- Director's Digressions
- 2009 DO-IT Trailblazers
- Summer Study '09: What Do the Phase I Scholars Do?
- A Trip to University Village: A Lesson in Access for Wheelchair Users
- Microsoft Field Trip
- Wheelchair Rugby
- Pacific Science Center
- Outdoors for All
- Summer Study '09: What Do the Phase II Scholars Do?
- Neurobiology: Bugs, Mice, and Brains
- Second Life
- DO-IT Students Complete Engineering Labs At the University of Washington
- Join DO-IT for an Upcoming Event
- Congratulations Yomara!
- What's Showing on YouTube?
- Applying to Graduate School
- Staff Profile
- Tech Tips: An Accessible Smart Phone
- The Thread: Practicing Problem Solving
- How can you DO-IT?
- The Browser: Calendar of Events
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