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We worked together in most of the areas, so its hard to make a separation of tasks, nevertheless i think i can highlight my work in:
 
We worked together in most of the areas, so its hard to make a separation of tasks, nevertheless i think i can highlight my work in:
- Project Management,
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Project Management,
- Product Design,
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* Product Design,
- Technologies Research,
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* Technologies Research,
- Product Development (CIU & Aug. Reality),
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* Product Development (CIU & Aug. Reality),
- Presentations preparation and execution.
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* Presentations preparation and execution.
  
 
Several things are left in me from this project, but mainly i would say that:
 
Several things are left in me from this project, but mainly i would say that:
- Assistive Technologies is counted now as one of my development interests,  
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* Assistive Technologies is counted now as one of my development interests,  
- There is no such disability that makes impossible to use a computer,
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* There is no such disability that makes impossible to use a computer,
- Apparently I can make speeches,  
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* Apparently I can make speeches,  
- Some people is harder to motivate!!!!!!!!  
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* Some people is harder to motivate!!!!!!!!  
  
  
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My work:
 
My work:
1) Research in assistive technology,
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* Research in assistive technology,
2) Presentation preparation,
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* Presentation preparation,
3) Research in infrastructure solutions.
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* Research in infrastructure solutions.
  
 
So what i've learned. How . . .
 
So what i've learned. How . . .
  
- To work as a member of a team,  
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* To work as a member of a team,  
- To respect my colleagues,
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* To respect my colleagues,
- To improvise my speech,
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* To improvise my speech,
- And the most important thing: EVERYONE HAS THE RIGHT TO LIFE, EVEN AFTER THE WORST "ACCIDENT".
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* And the most important thing: EVERYONE HAS THE RIGHT TO LIFE, EVEN AFTER THE WORST "ACCIDENT".
  
 
'''Nefeli Goumenaki'''
 
'''Nefeli Goumenaki'''
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Basically, my work for this project was:
 
Basically, my work for this project was:
- Research in infrastructure and assistive technologies for our client,
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* Research in infrastructure and assistive technologies for our client,
- Making the daily presentations,
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* Making the daily presentations,
- Writing some parts of the documentation,
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* Writing some parts of the documentation,
- Finding pictures relevant with our project,
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* Finding pictures relevant with our project,
- Discussing about the problems we faced with the rest of the team,
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* Discussing about the problems we faced with the rest of the team,
- Finding specially software we used and their prices and the last,  
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* Finding specially software we used and their prices and the last,  
- Work with other foreigners students as a team member.
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* Work with other foreigners students as a team member.

Revision as of 11:22, 22 April 2014

Daniel Cuervo

We worked together in most of the areas, so its hard to make a separation of tasks, nevertheless i think i can highlight my work in: Project Management,

  • Product Design,
  • Technologies Research,
  • Product Development (CIU & Aug. Reality),
  • Presentations preparation and execution.

Several things are left in me from this project, but mainly i would say that:

  • Assistive Technologies is counted now as one of my development interests,
  • There is no such disability that makes impossible to use a computer,
  • Apparently I can make speeches,
  • Some people is harder to motivate!!!!!!!!


Greg Maragkakis

My work:

  • Research in assistive technology,
  • Presentation preparation,
  • Research in infrastructure solutions.

So what i've learned. How . . .

  • To work as a member of a team,
  • To respect my colleagues,
  • To improvise my speech,
  • And the most important thing: EVERYONE HAS THE RIGHT TO LIFE, EVEN AFTER THE WORST "ACCIDENT".

Nefeli Goumenaki

During this intensive project we learned a lot of things. First of all, it was hard in the beginning to speak in english again because i didn’t practise them in Greece. Also, i had my doubts concerning the project because i had no clue what we were supposed to do. But after the meetings with the meetings with the clients it came more and more clearer. So, i am very glad that i had the opportunity to work with other foreigners students and we all learned how teamwork works!


Basically, my work for this project was:

  • Research in infrastructure and assistive technologies for our client,
  • Making the daily presentations,
  • Writing some parts of the documentation,
  • Finding pictures relevant with our project,
  • Discussing about the problems we faced with the rest of the team,
  • Finding specially software we used and their prices and the last,
  • Work with other foreigners students as a team member.