Inspired by Apple and SpaceX
Engineering student Gurmaan Brar wants to change the future of technology.
Sport Science instructor creates video game for stroke rehabilitation
The need for in-home rehabilitation options motivated this Sport Science instructor to create a video game for stroke recovery.
Need tech support on campus? These two can help!
Meet the two new student assistants who can help you with tech support on campus this semester.
Four reasons why you should not miss Tech Week Oct. 28-30
Tech Week 2019: Discover all the awesome technology available to you at Douglas College. Plus, get a chance to win a laptop, Apple Airpods and more!
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Here are 4 ways you can be cyber smart
Halloween is coming, but leaving yourself vulnerable to malicious attacks by hackers is way, way scarier.
Tech talk: Here’s how you can help us improve our tech services
A Student IT advisory group was created to help inform the College about pressing IT issues experienced by students first-hand.
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App Review: AppBlock
As a student, one of my biggest weaknesses is technology. Scrolling on Reddit is just so easy, and studying can be so hard. When distractions are readily available and tailor-made to suit our interests, they become hard to avoid. Using my phone isn’t always a problem – I’m not against it in general – but there are certain times where I know that using my phone will only hurt what I’m trying to do. Those times are during studying, during a class, and, most of all, right before bed. I was losing… Read More
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