Assistive Technology Intern

internship - , unpaid

Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA
Closed
Posted 57 Days ago
Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA
internship - , unpaid
Posted 57 Days ago
Closed

Description

Assistive Technology Intern -Campus/Location: -University Park CampusDate Announced: -06/17/2019Date Closing: -open until filledJob Number: -88539Work Unit: -Educational EquityDepartment: -Student Disability Resources -Description Reporting to the Director of Student Disability Resources, this internship will include research/creation/evaluation of assistive technology (AT) preferences and needs of students with disabilities. The Intern will research various assistive technologies, become familiar with how students with disabilities utilize AT in their academic routines, and work directly with students on their use of technology and how this works with AT. The position will include research using surveys of students with disabilities at Penn State. The Intern will be involved in creating a reporting process of assistive technology survey responses. Also, the position will include training students to use assistive technologies. This is a paid internship, with approximately 20 hours per week.

Skills

research, training, mac os, sql, databases, technical support, python, programming, microsoft windows 7, visual basic, css, html, microsoft windows server, help desk support, troubleshooting

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