In the ideal world, classroom assignments are shared in an accessible digital format with occasional print materials shared a week or more in advance. Unfortunately, there can be last minute changes and your students should be prepared to handle. Office Lens is a free scanning app that enables users to quickly convert a print document to accessible digital document. Office Lens can be used for other functional activities such as independently read your mail, accessing a print menu, scan your receipts and business cards.
Office Lens is accessible with VoiceOver; it is a free substitution for the most popular, but pricey app, KNFB Reader.
Note: Although Office Lens is available on Android devices, only iOS devices include the Immersive Reader, which reads the text aloud. For step-by-step directions on how to use Office Lens with VoiceOver, go to RSBC's blog, Microsoft Office Lens Review: An Accessible Way to Read Print Documents.
The video below demonstrates using Office Lens without VoiceOver.