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The "Have Magnifier follow" feature in Windows Magnifier is a powerful, useful setting.
Check out this full-featured communication app!
The accessibility of Wolfram Alpha, "a unique online engine for computing answers and providing knowledge" is examined.
This post contains some ways to get a baseline speed and accuracy for students who have visual impairments.
How to improve critical thinking and spatial relationships with number lines.
How to choose computer mouse hardware and software for people with low vision that use assistive technology.
The fourth and final installment in this series describes a methodology for increasing reading speed.
A TVI and her students share their experiences with Playgrounds.
A VI advisory on an MIT sponsored site that teaches Calculus
Take care of your virtual dog while learning to listen, problem-solve and sequence!
Learn how Google Maps can assist you when filling out your TVI/COMS logs!
What are Earcons and how do you teach them?
Oh those mischievous little leprechauns!
This exciting new Microsoft accessibility feature will be available in April 2019!
My experience at the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) 2019 Conference as a college student with vision impairment.
This article contains steps and strategies to start teaching your visually impaired student to touch type.
Aeden learns two-finger reading gestures.
Many of my friends with low vision use MacBooks in the high school and college classroom. Here are their favorite accessibility settings for low vision.
The third installment in the series explains how to choose content that your student can use to increase their reading speed.
There are 2 sessions included in this training module that present theories and best practices for early childhood for students with visual and additional
Love zany puns? This book or PDF is for you!
Here is a way to input accessible math equations!
Have fun with these zany Valentine puns, trivia questions and other digital Valentine's Day activities!
Check out these cool new tech tools!
My Review of the YouDescribe app and Website. Watch YouTube videos with volunteer created audio descriptions.
Retrace your steps with Clew!
A narrative on creating an accessible curriculum for the ACT WorkKeys
Blind individuals can achieve quality access to high-level mathematics using LaTex code.
Braille Tutor is a new iOS app to learn/practice braille!
Algebra with training wheels!
For such a specialized, "smart" device, the Humanware BrailleNote Touch lacks the ability to share its display wirelessly to other devices.
Apps and techniques I use on my phone to travel independently with a blindness cane on my college campus and beyond.
The second installment in this series explores the tools that your student can use to increase their reading speed.
Creating customized accessible greeting cards!
This article will focus on the unique aspects of using the Orbit Reader 20 with a Windows PC running either JAWS or NVDA.
Stay current on VI topics with Blind Abilities!
How I use the Coursicle Class Scheduling App in College to Register for Classes at the last minute, and register in a minute or less.
Some ruminations on edtech in general and the beginning of an idea to create an electronic audio jigsaw puzzle for creating an audio math game
Download these free books and use them with your students; see how other TVIs are creating customized books and incorporating them into their lesson plans!
O&M Trivia, Math Flash, Braille Challenge, and more trivia games and podcasts are available and fun for everyone!
Watch this app review video!
Is your student an emerging braille reader? Check out this fun device!
Learn more about what goes on at a school for the blind and what resources are available based on a to TSBVI.
Teach self-advocacy skills with this Help Menu lesson!
Check out these rhyming words activities!
This article will focus on the unique aspects of using the Orbit Reader 20 with an iPhone, iPad, or other iOS device.
Using the YouVisit platform to tour colleges in virtual reality. Compatible with screen readers and magnification.
How to be a Be My Eyes volunteer and effectively help people with vision loss.
Got a student that is interested in science or technology? Register them for a summer camp that will rock their world!
Please help put together a list of STEM opportunities for students with visual impairments!