Students to take on real world challenges with Enable Development

Students to take on real world challenges with Enable Development
Students to take on real world challenges with Enable Development

The College of Engineering & Computer Science hosted the Enable Technology Program Launch, which will see local students working towards solving current disability challenges.

Students across Canberra will have the opportunity to contribute to solving current disability challenges following the launch of the Enable Technology Learning Program.

As part of their studies, students will engage with people with disabilities from start to finish on accessibility projects, including the technology design and development stages.

“We want the project to influence the current and future generation of designers and practitioners to think more inclusively in how they approach the workplace and the world. It will lead to a more inclusive society,” said Huy Nguyen, Founder and CEO Enable Development.

“We at Enable Development are very excited about the potential of the program.”

Since 2012, students have worked on a number of assignments, working around accessibility and assistive technology in the ACT.

Read the full story at ANU News.

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