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The Adaptive Technology Engineering Network student group at Oregon State University is offering a series of four weekend learning events intended to promote science, technology, engineering and math careers to children with disabilities over the next four Saturdays.

The lessons, which run 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. starting this Saturday and ending Feb. 2, use adaptive technology like state-of-the-art eye tracking software to allow kids to do experiential learning. Each session is focused on a single topic, including Arduino computer programming, 3D printing, X-Ray tomography and solar cars.

Visit https://aten-osu.github.io/LEAFSWebsite/ for information about how to register for the event.

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