April 15th, 2000
More workstations on both campuses may be on the way
By SAM WILKINSON
Computers at West Virginia University are a fact of life. Almost everyone must use them, be it to type papers or get assignments online.
To aid disabled students at WVU, Carol Kann, a Technology Education doctoral candidate, coordinated an effort at the university to offer hardware, software, training and ongoing support to students in need.
“We have the technology at WVU for disabled students,” Kann said. “We just need to get the word out about the fact that these machines are here.”