Digital Transitions

Educators and publishers are working to resolve new issues as our classrooms transition to digital learning environments. Digital Transitions is a resource to help educators to provide feedback and to keep current on evolving transition topics. The current transition topics are: how to convert and create digital materials; information about online assessments; accessible online and digital materials resources; and, the transition to UEB braille code.

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Sonification: Sounds with Meaning Activity

Take a quick glimpse of these charts using your ears. What???
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Choosing a Habitable Planet: Data Analysis Activity

Use the SAS Graphics Accelerator to access planet data and determine which planet is suitable for human life.
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Charts and Graphs Skills Review

Review your knowledge using tactile charts and apply this knowledge to accessible digital charts!, Skype 2, Google Hangout, Splashtop and screen leap logos and text, "From a Distance: Part three Screen Sharing Options"

From a Distance Part 3: Screen Sharing Options

In the third and final installment in this series, we will look at apps and services for screen sharing.
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UEB Math Online

UEB Online’s new Braille mathematics program introduces students to Braille mathematical symbols and expressions.
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Note-taking Applications for the iPad: Part 1

In the first of three posts on this topic, the use of two note-taking applications for iOS devices is discussed.
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Podcast? What is that?

Learn how to access podcasts on your preferred device!
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From a Distance Part 1: Take a Picture, It Lasts Longer

This article is the first in a three-part series featuring ways for students to access classroom materials at a distance.
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Vital: Exploring Accessible Digital Graphics

Have you tried these accessible digital images?
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Vital: Creating Accessible Digital Images

Educators can now create their own accessible images using this the Vital software!