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‘Expo’ Offers Glimpse of Helpful Technologies


Student Monica F. Charles navigates the Field House floor in unfamiliar fashion Health care providers among those on hand for 'Expo' Student Ashley M. Stuck 'types' on a hands-free keyboard, calibrated to operate by eye movement alone Courtney E. Regan, another student organizer, talks with a vendorHuman services students at Penn College presented an Assistive Technology Expo in the Field House on Friday, showcasing a variety of services and equipment to aid people with disabilities. The event was organized by five students in the Technology and Human Services course, taught by LaRue R. Reese, assistant professor of human services and social sciences.
Photos by Whitnie-rae Mays, student photographer

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