American Journal of Computer Science and Information Technology (AJCSIT) is an intercontinental free access, peer reviewed journal. It is unlikely that YOU as a staff member are directly responsible for setting up COMPUTER LABS or selecting ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY. However, in order to help your students, it is important for you to be AWARE of computer access issues facing students with disabilities and the hardware and the software solutions for providing access to computers and electronic resources in your service area.
The comprehensive enterprise software development degree UAT provides fully prepares students to apply industry best practices to meet the changing needs of the enterprise. Graduates who are equipped with this software development degree stand ready to pursue careers as software project managers, architects, programmers, and other roles related to the enterprise software development life cycle.
Unlike the Smart Cape Access Project, many other projects that attempt to introduce computers to Africa fail not only in the sustainability issue but also in training, support and feedback. Although in many cases access to the Internet via cable or wireless and electricity remain overwhelming issues. Less than one percent of Africans access broadband and only four percent use the Internet according to the BGBC in an article about Intel backing wireless access in Africa. 10 The cost of wireless remains prohibitive to most Africans and possibly more important is that there is not an overall “education model” that supports how to integrate forms of hardware to provide the wireless network.
TheÂ Computer Technology Applications Certificate (CTAC) is ideal for degree-seeking students wishing to combine their intellectual capabilities with IT skills in preparation for serving in a knowledge-based economy. Information Technology (IT) permeates today’s information age, knowledge-based economy, and all industriesÂ and occupations. Knowing how to fully integrate and take advantage of industry application programs is essential.
Molly Suver came to the UO in search of an education that would allow her lots of room for academic exploration and cross-fertilization of ideas. She loves the CIS program because its base in theory allows for interdisciplinary research. Don’t be afraid to take classes that don’t exactly fit your major,â€ Molly recommends. Her work with Professor Steve Fickas produces hardware and software to assist the cognitively impaired in speaking and increasing normal motor skills, but Molly has also worked on games for the Xbox 360 with the Game Development Club. She even took second place in an undergraduate programming competition. What Molly didn’t want out of her education was an aggressively competitive environment. She gets that on the field leading Fugue , the UO’s nationally-ranked women’s Ultimate Frisbee club.