Graduate Student’s iPhone App Gives Voice to Disabled Users

Not many iPhone applications get reviews that call them life-changing.

Samuel Sennott, a doctoral student in special educaton at Pennsylvania State University’s main campus, created an iPhone application that helps people with communication disabilities speak. He worked with David Niemeijer, an Amsterdam-based developer, to build the software, called Proloquo2Go. (Full Story)

Source : Mary Helen Miller for The Chronicle of Higher Education

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