"Paths to Technology is just what I need! Finally there is a resource that deals specifically with this unique, rapidly changing subject matter,” said VI Assistive Technology Consultant, Belinda Rudinger. “In this day of technological advancements, it has become impossible for one person to keep up with it all, and P2T provides a network for students, parents, teachers and specialists to contribute and share information."
Paths to Technology can help answer your tech questions! How to get started with the iPad and VoiceOver? How can students with low vision view the whiteboard? Should I update my software? What is the JAWS command for ___? How can I create accessible materials? What apps can be used for O&M purposes?
Not sure how to begin with technology? Check out the Starting with Tech section!
- What Students with VIB Need to Succeed in the Digital Classroom
- Evaluating Student and Choosing the Right Technology
- Assistive Technology Glossary Terms
How to get started with . . .
- iPad with VoiceOver
- iPad with Refreshable Braille Display
- iPad with Low Vision
- Mac with VoiceOver
- Mac for User with Low Vision
- Chrome Vox
- Magnification Settings in Chromebook
Tips for You. . .
- For Parents
- For TVIs
- For Classroom Teachers
- For IT (Information Technology)
The Digital Transitions section discusses the current issues for TVIs and students as we transition to paperless classrooms, including: converting and creating digital materials, online assessments, online educational materials, UEB and advocating for accessible digital materials.
Need a resource? The iBooks section has teacher-created iBooks ready to be used with students on all levels. Want a fun book for an emerging reader? an O&M story? a math worksheet?
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Keep up with the lastest technology News and evenints in the What's Happening section.
The Technology Search section enables you to search for a specific post or filter by device, format, subject, learning medium, etc.
Check out the extremely popular Student Section, which is for students written by students! “The ability to write a blog for the blind community gives me an opportunity to share my knowledge of technology as well as encourage others to explore tech.” – Elijah, student blogger.
Assistive technology has opened an exciting new way of learning for students with visual impairment! Paths to Technology is a place for educators and students to come together to learn and share. Explore the website, write a comment, share your favorite app, teaching strategy or activity. Join the Paths to Technology community!