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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Crowd Sourced Lesson Library

Need a lesson or have a lesson to share? Check out the Lesson Library!
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Format for Remote Instruction Lessons

What formats work best and why?
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How Does a Virtual Conference Work?

Learn how to meet with vendors, network with colleagues, and sit in on inspiring presenters - all as if you were meeting face-to-face!
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How Remote Learning is Causing Visual Fatigue

What you can do to help alleviate visual fatigue for students who are blind and visually impaired during remote learning.
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TVI "Push-In" During Zoom Class

TVIs shared how they are assisting students during classroom Zoom meetings.
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IPEVO Camera: Near and Distance Viewing

Have you tried this portable document camera as a remote instruction tool and/or magnifying device for students with low vision?
Seven unexpected disability accommodations for virtual learning.

Seven Unexpected Disability Accommodations for Virtual Learning

Seven disability accommodations I had to request after I started taking classes and exams online as a college student with low vision.
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Teacher-Created Resource Library!

Need free accessible digital materials? Check out Paths to Technology's new Resource Library!
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State Capitals Lesson: Non-Visual Digital Maps

Can your student answer these social studies questions using the linked accessible map?
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Remote Instruction using Seesaw for Dual Media Learner

Strategies, games and activities: a combination of braille, magnification and tech for an emerging reader!