Oct 23, 2018

How I See It

Advocate Robert Shuemak sits with Doug Goering and Asa Featherstone on set of the HCDDS web series How I See It. Doug is sitting in a power wheelchair with an iPad attached to it. Robert and Asa are in chairs with silver arms, a table with a plant in between them, and abstract art on the walls.
This fall we launched season two of “How I See It,” an HCDDS web series. Hosted by advocate Robert Shuemak, this talk-show style series focuses on how accessible technology can help people with and without disabilities in their everyday lives. 

View the episode below or watch it on YouTube. New episodes, all about 10 minutes long, will be released each month on the HCDDS YouTube Channel, and all episodes include closed captions. We'll post each episode in this article as they're released. 

Episode 5: Workplace Technology

In this episode, Robert welcomes Doug Goering, host of Doug Take You There at the Contemporary Arts Center, and Asa Featherstone, IV, Media Relations Coordinator for the CAC. Robert and his guests discuss how Doug uses technology to host his own video tours for fellow art lovers.




Episode 4: Voting


In this episode, Robert welcomes Sherry Poland, director of the Hamilton County Board of Elections, to discuss the different accessible technologies that allow people with disabilities to vote. 

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