iOS in the Classroom: A Guide for Teaching Students with Visual Impairments

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Cover of iOS in the Classroom guide; picture of of an finger on an iPad beside a braille display

AFB Press has announced the release of a new resource for teachers of students who are visually impaired or blind.  iOS in the Classroom: A Guide for Teaching Students with Visual Impairments is a fully illustrated step-by-step iOS 9 guide to teaching the iPad to students with visual impairments. This book delves into the accessibility features, external keyboards and braille displays, utilizing apps and more!  The guide which is written by Larry L. Lewis, Jr., is available in paperback, online, e-book (ePub format) and e-book (Kindle format).  Check out the Table of Contents:

Introduction

Chapter 1 Getting Started

Chapter 2 Getting Acquainted with VoiceOver and Zoom

Chapter 3 Setting Accessibility Options

Chapter 4 External Keyboards and Refreshable Braille Displays

Chapter 5 Finding and Managing Content

Chapter 6 The iPad Online

Chapter 7 Strategies for Completing Tasks in the Classroom

Appendix Beyond the Classroom

Resources

Index

About the Author