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EMS Education in the Age of COVID-19 - EMSWorld EMS Education in the Age of COVID-19 - EMSWorld Posted: 29 Oct 2020 12:00 AM PDT The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the delivery of education drastically and possibly forever. When schools began shutting down in March to curb the spread of the virus, educators had less than two weeks to convert in-person, interactive curricula into completely virtual, contactless classrooms. Accomplishing this seamlessly was challenging for medical and allied health profession schools, like EMS programs, where patient contact and practicing skills on classmates is an essential component of the training. Yet EMS professionals rose to the occasion. We profile a few of them here. Rogue Community College, Grants Pass, Ore. Gary Heigel, paramedic program director and chair of the Emergency Services Department at RCC, says his department is fairly progressive with how it delivers education, with moves in recent year

AR Library App | Dartmouth College CS29 19F by Joelle Park

AR Library App | Dartmouth College CS29 19F by Joelle Park

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An AR app that uses image recognition and virtual button sensors to open up a magical world within Dartmouth's library! This is a short assignment from Professor James Mahoney's CS29: DXR class Fall 2019. Made with Vuforia, Unity, and Autodesk Maya for Android. Team members: Bruze Zou, Yaorui Zhang, Joelle Park, Lauren Gray

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