Curry College Uses Assistive Technology to Level Playing Field for Special Needs Students, slide 2

Students and faculty each have a tablet and can share work on each other’s screens in real time and they can wirelessly project displays and see the shared work together in a group setting. Student (not shown) on having a shared platform and interactive wireless displays:

“With my tablet, I can share my work with my professor from anywhere, and she can see what I’m doing in real-time. We no longer have to hover over a single computer screen and print documents. We work together to revise my thinking, and she understands how I think now.”

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Curry College Uses Assistive Technology to Level Playing Field for Special Needs Students