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All you need is an optimistic band director!
The first time I saw a character just like me with low vision!
Are you tech savvy and love Google products? Here is an opportunity for you!
Participants will learn techniques on managing behavior with students who are visually impaired with multiple disabilities.
10 things your low vision high school student wants you to know, but might not realize.
Check out this note taking app that includes the ability to annotate and record audio.
A free PowerPoint alternative that impresses professors and is accessible to screen readers.
10 things your new low vision student wants you to know, but might not realize.
10 things your new low vision student wants you to know but might not realize.
Accessible iBook about the beach.
A video showing how to navigate and edit a Microsoft Word Document, using JAWS on a PC.
Have a child who has trouble sleeping or is anxious? Try this app!
Looking for a new Mac game? Check this out!
New clarification of federal laws including broader eligibility and payment for evaluations.
How can a blind student measure items?
Interested in a Tech Career? Check out these reasons for studying AT!
Introduction to video magnifiers!
Use technology to assist with your homework? How cool is that!
When my first high school wanted me to get a GED and get out!
Why I love eReaders and how they help students with print disabilities.
I have done this before, but I think something has recently changed. How can I create a new contact from a text message using VoiceOver? D
Tips for TVIs and science teachers to set up an accessible science classroom for students who are blind or who have low vision
Learning to read braille? Check out this device!
Need accommodations? Here are some tips!
What3Words is transforming navigation as we know it - learn how this mainstream tool might impact O&M.
Here is everything I have at my dorm desk, complete with shopping links!
Here is a creative, fun way to teach and reinforce braille skills!
Have fun practicing your math skills!
How I see the world with four eyes open!
Does your student have the tech skills required for editing documents, finding misspelled words and correcting punctuation errors?
Check out these cool new voices!
How accessible is Google?
Strategies to include the sighted student in the Braille World and beyond.
A special post for the best guide I have!
Microsoft's research project on indoor navigation - what do you think?
This post will focus on the Fitbit Fitness Tracker, its accessibility, and some basic comparisons between units for blind and low vision users.
How to master college and city buses!
Curious about braille? Here is way to support YOUR child's education!
The most - asked about item on my resume -better than taking an AP class!
Creating accessible O&M experience books using the Book Creator app.
Thinking about taking virtual classes in high school? You will want to read this!
Are you struggling with low vision in high school? Read what this successful student has to say about college accommodations!
Not just pictures the iPhone camera has a recording feature for keeping track of important information. This blog describes how I use this feature.
"Turning the visual world into an audible experience."
What kind of tech do college students with low vision need to know?
My Ruby is more valuable than a real ruby.
For $39.99, a person who is blind can buy an app that will give him freedom in navigation and mobility.
Do you know what the different patterns mean?
A successful college student with low vision and chronic illness shares her reasons for having a desktop computer along with a laptop.
Learn to use the What's the Complexity Framework to guide the educational team in designing a visually accessible school day for for children with CVI.