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EagleEyes Summer 2003 Newsletter

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Amanda Anastasia: bright eyes, bright future
If you ask people who have witnessed Amanda Anastasia using Camera Mouse to describe the scene, they use words like, “captivating” and “unbelievable.”

New EE/CM web browser to be presented at international conference
What’s in a browser? A lot, if you’re among a population who is accessing the web through assistive technology.

Farewell interview with Marialice Curran
As a longtime friend to the EagleEyes Program and the Campus School, Marialice Curran has invested much of her personal and professional life in helping students with severe disabilities achieve their learning goals. Having recently earned a doctorate at BC, Marialice is now leaving the Campus School and moving on to new challenges.

Camera Mouse finds wings in Northern Ireland
Recent months have seen Camera Mouse technology in Northern Ireland grow from a small pilot program at five schools to a full roll-out implementing 64 systems at 26 different schools.

Camera Mouse technology opens doors for student in UK
“Being the parent of a child with multiple and complex needs is interesting, frustrating, and at times, exciting…”

 


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Summer 2003 Newsletter
Summer 2003 Newsletter
  Download the entire Summer 2003 B.E.A.T. newsletter in PDF format.
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Spotlight on Campus School Volunteers
Spotlight on Campus School Volunteers
  Led by advisor Dr. Bill Lambert, the Campus School Volunteers of Boston College is an active group of undergraduate students who donate their time to the Campus School in a variety of ways. Some students serve as “swimming buddies,” some work in the EagleEyes Program and some work with members of the Campus School community to raise funds and promote awareness for the school.
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