2012 Innovation Expo Award Winners!

  The 2012 CT Student Innovation Expo happened last May, showcasing great innovations from high school students. Connecticut and Massachusetts high school students participating in Center for 21st Century Skills & CT Career Choices programs will be joining middle schoolers from the CT Pre-Engineering Program in celebrating a year’s work of innovation, creativity, and imagination at the XL Center in Hartford, Conn. […]

Adaptive Input Device

This overview introduces the concept on an Adaptive Input Device for the UIST Student Innovation Contest. More information can be found at: www.microsoft.com or www.acm.org

A Practical Pressure Sensitive Computer Keyboard

Contest Details: www.acm.org A Practical Pressure Sensitive Computer Keyboard Paul H. Dietz, Benjamin Eidelson, Jonathan Westhues and Steven Bathiche The Applied Sciences Group Microsoft Corporation One Microsoft Way Redmond, WA 98052 USA {paul.dietz, benjamin.eidelson, jonathan.westhues, stevieb}@microsoft.com

Mark Milliron: The Case for Radical Immediate Feedback

Mark Milliron has a radical proposal: Why not give learners immediate feedback on their progress? He sees an opportunity to use data and information to increase communication among teachers, administrators, and students.