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The textureless glass screen of an iPhone or iPad can seem formidable to someone who is blind or visually impaired, and learning to code on those devices could be even more daunting. Apple is working to change that. The tech giant is partnering with the Winnetka-based Hadley Institute for the Blind and Visually Impaired to bring its coding curriculum to more people with visual disabilities. Hadley plans to start by developing a series of free instructional videos that teach the audience how to use Apple's Swift Playground app. The app was developed as part of Apple's Everyone Can Code... [Read More]
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Louise Zhou, who graduated last year with a double major in business administration and human-computer interaction, is one of five Carnegie Mellon University recipients of Fulbright Awards for overseas studies.Zhou, of Cupertino, Calif., will travel to South Korea for her Fulbright English Teaching... [Read More]
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