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“Tech Accessibility Makes Strides for Deaf, Blind Students” article features MessageNet Systems

MessageNet Systems was recently featured in an article by the Center for Digital Education.

To read how MessageNet is providing full and equal access to information at the Mississippi School for the Deaf, click here or visit the following link (will open in a new window):


We also have a related, quick and insightful video which features how MessageNet is used at Mississippi School for the Deaf:

About Chris Rider

Chris Rider is a Systems Architect for MessageNet Systems, focusing on several areas including client-side software (e.g. browsers), micro-computer hardware components, and mobile platforms such as Android. He graduated from the University of Southern Indiana with an Electronic-Business degree, and has done website development and intranet-supported workflow process consulting with businesses ranging from locally-owned restaurants to global Fortune 500 companies. In his off-time, he enjoys tinkering with new technology, Linux, photography, videography, writing, media-content creation, learning new languages (trying to tackle Korean, currently), and travel.

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