Document Type

Other

Publication Date

1-23-2013

Keywords

atrc, assistive, technology, resource, center, iqp, management, operation, archive, digital, commons, task, list

Abstract

The 2012- 2013 ATRC Lab Operations IQP project pursued the goal of collecting the previous 5 years of development research conducted by previous IQP projects and, in conjunction with newly developed plans, implement a system to organize the lab’s facilities, streamline the reuse of existing research, and nourish the development of new projects via in-lab courses, IQP’s, MQP’s, and Ph.D. programs. Following initial efforts to establish a firm operating foundation within the ATRC, our IQP worked to reestablish the assistive technology community at WPI through promotion of the Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) club. Through development of the on campus community, the project worked to form an organization that will maintain a consistent and reliable outreach program which will both promote the ATRC and assistive technology program at WPI and provide students with service oriented outreach opportunities where they may gain relevant experience while contributing to individuals in the community.

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