Bringing Braille back with better display technology
February 5, 2016 by Guest AuthorToday, blind people fluent in Braille can read computer screens through refreshable mechanical displays that convert the words to raised dots - but only one line at a time. For the sighted, imagine a Kindle that showed just 40 characters.
New Registration System
February 1, 2016 by Cristy CardinalOne of the most exciting parts (for us in Professional Development, anyway) of the new Merit website is the new registration system for classes and events. Our old system was a homegrown, repurposed shopping cart from our days of.
Student-Designed App Connects Spartans
January 11, 2016 by Guest AuthorIn January 2015, Zoe Zappitell texted Brittney Urich: "I want to make an app that helps improve the lives of college students." Urich's positive response was nearly instantaneous. "We immediately began brainstorming the problems that students endure in their lives,".
Ferris State ISI Professor: Research, Training are Key to Quality Cybersecurity Instruction
January 7, 2016 by Guest AuthorAn assistant professor in Ferris State University's Information Security and Intelligence program said she, and her peers are perpetually involved in training and research, so as to keep their curriculum up-to-date and relevant for students. Hwee-Joo Kam spent.