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BrailleBlox is available now!
This is a part two of a three part series highlighting teaching resources that can be used for instruction as well as professional development and personal lear
Is the BrailleNote Apex compatible with Google apps?
Here are ideas for accessible digital books appropriate for preschoolers/emerging readers.
Five free math websites that have large print and can be used with screen readers, great for classrooms with students with vision impairments.
Help your student to take his/her tech skills to the next level!
Looking for audio described YouTube videos?
How I use HP Sprout for accessibility as a college student with low vision.
Learning how to navigate around a computer with screen reading software can feel like a huge challenge. Getting around on the internet can feel even tougher.
Simulating real-life environments, players can practice cane techniques in a safe, virtual environment.
This is part 1 of a 3 part series highlighting teaching resources that can be used for instruction as well as professional development and personal learning.
iPads are often used as accessibility solutions for students with visual impairments. However the iPad by itself is not a finished solution.
How to make science labs and activities accessible for students with low vision and blindness.
Here is a list of fun stories to help balance our obsessed plugged-in students!
This presentation will cover typical costs, material uses, and design technology for creating 3-D tools to the classroom.
Explaining the process of a child study meeting using the scientific method of problem solving.
Using accessible iPad and Android apps in the classroom
Students love Snapchat, Instagram and Youtube; but are they accessible?
Strategies for positioning and integrating mixed media for students with low vision.
You can now access Google Sheets with your braille display!
This podcast and accompanying transcript discusses braille display changes in iOS 11.
Teaching kids about blindness, low vision, braille and assistive technology.
Here is a new twist on using QR Codes!
Thinking about purchasing a 3D printer?
Sendero Group is recruiting testers in the Baltimore and Chicago areas!
Ten words to know before your first IEP meeting sot hat you can be prepared and get the best services as early on as possible!
Register now for this fantastic camp experience!
How to use Snapchat on iPad/iOS with VoiceOver and Zoom enabled.
Five misconceptions about assistive technology. My 200th post!
Do YOUR students know how to edit efficiently in order to be successful with online assessments?
Learn more about badges and certification and learn how to earn them!
Blind high school student with multiple disabilities learning how to answer multiple choice questions in iBooks using an iPad and braille display.
The best advice about accommodationsI ever received - Why & how to transition an iEP to a 504 Plan before Graduation.
How to switch from a physical classroom to a virtual class without a lot of drama.
Has your class gone Google? Check out these Google Keyboard Shortcuts!
Who can benefit from using a flip phone?
Goodreads is a free and accessible website and app that allows you to track what books you've read, see what your friends are reading and rate and review books.
You can use these questions, tips, and comparison chart to guide you in selecting a video magnifier (CCTV).
Accessibility fixes and no new bugs!
Check out the new features and information for NVDA: January 2018!
The Department of Justice withdrew the proposed regulations; how does this impact website accessibility?
Get started with TalkBack screen reader on your Samsung phone!
Learn all about using the Chrome browser and Chrome OS (Chromebook) with these great video tutorials!
How to use Amazon Alexa to read. Great for users with blindness, low vision and print disabilities.
Every educator should hear what Dr. Grandin has to say about teaching students who are on the autism spectrum!
5 news apps that are free and accessible for screen readers, magnifiers, and large print. Great for low vision users with print disabilities.
Catching a bus or train? Check out these Google Maps features!
When zoomed in and writing on iPads, individuals with low vision should decide between dragging on the screen or keyboard shortcuts to proofread their work.