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First two weeks Interning in Australia: Technology for the Ageing and Disabled Queensland by Aashini Shah

As you may recall from my last post, I am an Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) student fortunate enough to obtain an internship with Community Care Smart Assistive Technology Collaborative for the past two months. The first colla...

Commencing Australia Assistive Technology Internship by Aashini Shah

From July, I have been undertaking an internship with the Community Care Smart Assistive Technology Collaborative and traveling around Australia to intern with their collaborators. It is unbelievable to think that I am in the Southern Hemisph...

Queensland Multicultural Month: Digital Diversity

Every year for one month the Queensland Government and Access Community Services hosts ‘Queensland Multicultural Month’, an annual festival celebrating the diverse people and cultures that call Queensland home. This year it is held in August. ...

Ways of learning – learning new ways by Stewart Koplick

Ways of learning – learning new ways A Blog item by Expert Reference Member Stewart Koplick The continued development and deployment of smart (and cutting edge) technologies, in particular virtual reality headsets, software and applicat...

Home Camera Technologies for Security and Peace of Mind of Vulnerable, Aged and Disabled People

Home Camera Technologies for Security and Peace of Mind of Vulnerable, Aged and Disabled PeopleKevin DoughtyAugust 2015 BackgroundDigital cameras have evolved over a decade from devices that could provide fairly low quality images that were st...

International Presentation on Smart Assistive Technology in Community Care provision

Four Community Care Smart Assistive Technology Collaborative Expert Reference Group members, Anne Livingstone, Dr Mohan Karunanithi , Elizabeth Dodd and Dr Eleanor Horton recently presented a paper at the International Congress on Sma...