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Print, braille and technology - how does it all fit together?
Tips for including students with low vision on both pre-recorded and live school news program. Written for students in all grade levels.
Check out iOS 11 software updates!
A free Note-taking software that integrates every aspect of the classroom experience.
Looking for a way to make printed music accessible?
10 more questions I asked myself & others when choosing a college that helped me find my perfect match.
To kick off Chairi Malformation month, here is how I explain my brain condition, Chiari Malformation, to people.
Want your student to be faster on his/her Mac? Learn to use Siri!
Check out NVDA's software updates!
This article highlights the various settings in Windows 10 that can be helpful to individuals with low vision
The Visual Brailler iOS app can be paired with a refreshable braille display to create a digital Perkins braillewriter experience.
Why students should submit a video essay with their college application, even if they're not tech savvy.
Meet role models in STEM fields!
So you have a braille reader - which devices fully support refreshable braille displays?
Blitab, soon to be publicly released, is taking pre-orders now!
Do you have students who are learning fractions? Here is an opportunity for you!
A multi-disciplinary approach can improve the FVA process significantly for students with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI).
Step-by-step instructions on how to create accessible spreadsheets, creating spreadsheets and charts with screen readers, and accessing information from charts.
How to help young blind children explore and play with technology like their sighted peers!
All of the applications on my high school laptop no internet connection required.
Have questions about accessibility of Google Products?
What to look for when choosing an iPad and features to consider, aimed at students with low vision.
Including dancers with special needs, with a focus on low vision, from a visually impaired tap, jazz, and ballet dancer.
This article will focus on the accessibility features of the Fitbit iOS app. Part 2 of a two part series.
When my first high school taught me my IEP was an inconvenience, & I spent a week imagining what it would be like without one
Sometimes the best seat isn't front row center. How to find the best seat in the classroom with preferential seating accommodations.
Share your story about braille and win!
My review of the eclipse soundscape app on iPad and Android, and how it helped me understand a really cool event.
Teachers - you can easily create accessible questions using Google Forms!
Planning tech goals? What should your student know by 5th grade and by high school?
Want to use your braille display with an Android device? Now you can!
My experience with my state protection and advocacy organization, and why every student with a disability should know about them.
Viewing the Solar Eclipse without seeing a thing. Great for people with low vision, blindness, or who don't want to start at the sun.
An extracurricular anyone can participate in!
Interested in making your home a Smart Home?
How this unique opportunity helped me in high school, college, and beyond.
Special education teacher shares four steps to reading independence.
An accommodation most people don't think of - how to make lockers accessible.
Find out what users are saying about this new technology that enables users to control Windows using their eyes!
This article looks at the ins and outs of using a Freedom Scientific Focus refreshable braille display with iOS devices.
A portable OCR scanner that takes notes 30x quicker - great for students with dyslexia, dysgraphia, or low vision.
Prepare your middle and high school students for college - now!
Including students with low vision in art classes, and with art projects. Get ready for things to be inside and outside the lines simultaneously!
What to look for when buying a laptop, aimed at students with low vision.
Enjoy the solar eclipse - even if you are blind! Join other citizen science students to record data during the solar eclipse!
A guide for visiting these museums with disabilities, with a focus on low vision.
Here is everything I brought in my my bag in high school.
10 common items with flashing lights to look for.
Yes, people with blindness and low vision can text! Here are some things to keep in mind when composing messages.