Though in-home technologies are allowing more people to manage their own dialysis treatments at home (with some even letting the process run overnight while they sleep), my idea for the Innovation Competition had to do with the more traditional in-clinic … Continue reading
My current research focus is on student-led video as a tool to aid in teaching and learning in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) classroom. I have completed several projects incorporating this idea into undergraduate courses at Tech, the … Continue reading
An analysis of the VA TeleHealth system
http://www.npr.org/2011/05/01/135841052/sheriffs-program-teaches-prisoners-to-get-out-of-jail This article speaks to recent efforts made to introduce education to incarcerated persons in the hopes that they may be more able to function in society upon release from prison. The notion of an “embedded” education system can be … Continue reading
http://www.hgtv.com/income-property/show/index.html This website/television show often profiles various interesting attempts at utilizing space for alternate purposes. Especially intriguing to me are the use of outdoor areas, placement of bathrooms, location of stairs, and efforts at energy conservation.
http://www.powerlogic.com/literature/EnergyMeter_3020HO0002R908.pdf This is information relating to the meter used in the attic and basement conversions mentioned in the other postings. This device allows for certain sections of the house (as defined by layout of electrical panel) to be separately metered.
Before and after photos of the attic conversion mentioned in the previous blog post, and an explanation of how this apartment can be considered to be “smart”