Digital Transitions

Educators and publishers are working to resolve new issues as our classrooms transition to digital learning environments. Digital Transitions is a resource to help educators to provide feedback and to keep current on evolving transition topics. The current transition topics are: how to convert and create digital materials; information about online assessments; accessible online and digital materials resources; and, the transition to UEB braille code.

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How to teach your students to read at 600 words per minute – Part 3

The third installment in the series explains how to choose content that your student can use to increase their reading speed.
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YouDescribe Audio Described YouTube Videos Review

My Review of the YouDescribe app and Website. Watch YouTube videos with volunteer created audio descriptions.
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Access to High-level Mathematics Using LaTeX

Blind individuals can achieve quality access to high-level mathematics using LaTex code.
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Algebra By Hand: A Web-based Tool

Algebra with training wheels!
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How to teach your students to read at 600 words per minute – Part 2

The second installment in this series explores the tools that your student can use to increase their reading speed.
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Create Embosser Ready Graphs Directly From Desmos

Use this amazing BETA feature from Desmos online calculator to create beautiful embosser ready graphs. All you need to do is input your equation!
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MyMathLab for Vision Impairment

How I use the MyMathLab software with assistive technology in my college math classes.
Image of a stop watch with text, "Teaching 600 WPM: Part 1".

How to teach your students to read at 600 words per minute – Part 1

This initial installment in the series lays the groundwork for teaching your student to increase their auditory reading speed.
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Five reasons why your students should learn to read at a rate of 600 words per minute

As a blind professional working in the sighted world, I have learned that reading speed makes the difference between success and failure.
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Accessible Periodic Table: Website

Here is a fully accessible periodic table with links to more information.

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