The Earl Center for Learning and Innovation supports the academic and professional experience of the Wheelock community and serves as a resource for current and future educators, social workers, and child life professionals within Wheelock and across Boston. Together with the Library, we provide a rich, well-rounded set of resources for both research and practice.
This award provides funds to support the generation, development, and piloting of new ideas that can create a measurable impact in the teaching, learning, and support of education and the Wheelock experience in any and all areas of the College. Letters of intent due on April 15. For more information: wheelock.edu/InnovationAward.
TapTapSee is an application for iPhone users designed to target the blind/visually impaired community. Using VoiceOver for iPhone, TapTapSee enables users to take pictures of objects in their environment and the application translates the picture into an audio descriptive explanation of the scene. TapTapSee can identify furniture, logos, locations, and more.
I’m an organization junkie. This does not mean that I am incredibly organized but I am by turns, fascinated and panic stricken by keeping track of all the minutiae that demands recognition. I have tried dozens of different types of planners, software systems galore, apps, programs, reminders in lots of Continue Reading