e-NABLE.org is a hub for the global e-NABLE movement:
Volunteers using 3D technologies
for under-served populations around the world.

Brought to you by the Rochester e-NABLE Lab,
advancing a global vision of ConnectedHumanitarianism.

 

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Brought to you by the Rochester e-NABLE Lab,
e-NABLE.org is a multi-lingual, trans-national hub for the movement, providing access to  volunteers, devices, recipients and best practices. 

e-NABLE.org also a research platform for collecting data and creating technologies to assess, improve, and generalize the e-NABLE movement.    We call these TEEEM Technologies: “Tools for Enabling Effective and Enlightened Mobs”.

Comments,  questions?  e-mail Jon.Schull@e-NABLE.org

History

In 2013,  Jon Schull founded e-NABLE,  established the MAGIC ACT/e-NABLE lab at RIT, recruited Skip Meetze as full time volunteer extroardinaire, and Schull co-founded the 501(c)3 Enable Community Foundation (ECF)

In  2016 , Schull resigned from ECF and retired  from  RIT.  Schull and Meetze closed the RIT Lab, and in January they opened the  Rochester Enable Lab at Vertus High School (and Re-NABLE.org).

As we see it, Re-NABLE.org and e-NABLE.org are part of an emerging “Connected Humanitarians” movement:  volunteers  using open source methodologies and emerging technologies to develop solutions for underserved populations worldwide.

We are developing Re-NABLE.org,  e-NABLE.org and ConnectedHumanitarians.org  to illuminate that path, and to help lead the way.  

For more history, see “e-NABLE at 4 and 10,000:  Now what do we do?”  (August 1, 2017)

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