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education and student experience

Parent Computer Workstation in the Library Knowledge Commons

By Jason Gabel


Jason Gabel is a junior at Millersville University studying to become a future Technology & Engineering Education teacher. Through his studies, he is involved in a professional organization, TEECA, of which he is also the President. TEECA, Technology & Engineering Education Collegiate Association, was approached through faculty of Osburn Hall and staff of the McNairy Library to create a Parent Computer Workstation for student parents as they continue their studies. Through available EPPIIC Grants, Gabel’s team received funds to design and create an addition to a workstation in the library. Throughout the fabrication process, multiple groups of students within TEECA were aiding in their strengths to contribute to the final product which will be implemented into the Library Knowledge Commons. Completing this project alongside other Technology Education majors as well as faculty has provided rich professional experiences for him as he continues to build his skills as an educator. After graduation he plans on teaching the youth of America skills they can utilize within the classroom along with skills they can use to benefit others to make a better world around them.  


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