DO-IT NEWS * September 2001
Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology
Volume 9, Number 2
In This Issue:
Highlights of this issue:
- Director's Digressions
- Advice to new DO-IT Scholars
- DO-IT Dictionary
- DO-IT Prof Does It Again in Seattle
- Scholars Conduct Usability/Accessibility Tests with Support from Microsoft
- DO-IT Does It Somewhere Else
- DO-IT Kids Go to Work
- Making a Successful Transition from Two- to Four-Year Colleges
- Top Eleven Things We Like About DO-IT
- DO-IT Program Receives Outstanding Program Award from AHEAD
- DO-IT Profiles
- Tech Tips: Hoax or Virus?
- The Thread: Pre-employment Exams and People who are Blind
- The Browser: Calendar of Events
- How Can You DO-IT?
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Executive Editor: Sheryl Burgstahler
Managing Editor: Gale Devens
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