Testing The Augusta Hitech ADA Solution

Headquartered in Plano, TX, Augusta Hitech is a broadly-focused technology company which provides business solutions in numerous spaces including blockchain technology, IoT (Internet of Things), and Analytics to name just a few.  One of the company’s more pertinent offerings as regards the Office of Academic Technology is a turnkey ADA solution, an application which provides …

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Robots for any occasion


BBC recently reported on “Tengai” a new robot designed to conduct job interviews. It has a humanoid face and impartially asks a predetermined set of questions, recording the responses so that a job recruiter can later review the session. The unit has a built in camera and speaker. The face mimics human expression. The unit …

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Using a Screen Reader

Please, click on the link below to see a demonstration of a screen reader being used by a person with a visual impairment. The screen reader software demonstrated is JAWS (Job Access With Speech.) https://siteimprove.wistia.com/medias/ro6owm7sud

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Quality Matters 2019 Research Webinars

Research Webinars For more information about the webinars click on the link below. https://www.qualitymatters.org/professional-development/free-webinars Join the QM Research Colleagues and other researchers from the QM Community for presentations of research on the impact of quality assurance in online learning and other related topics. The webinars are free and open to QM Members as well as non-members. …

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Fight for Disability Rights and Why It Is Not Over!

Four decades ago, Judith Heumann helped to lead a groundbreaking protest called the Section 504 sit-in — in which disabled-rights activists occupied a federal building for almost a month, demanding greater accessibility for all. In this personal, inspiring talk, Heumann tells the stories behind the protest — and reminds us that, 40 years on, there’s …

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