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TBSVI Short-Term Programs Class Videos

Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired is a leader in our field. For many years, the TSBVI Short-Term Programs (STP) has excelled in teaching...
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Graphing for Blind Students Tutorial

Creating and using digital graphs is a challenge for many students with visual impairments. Traditionally, students have received graphs in a tactile format;...
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Orbit Reader 20: Using the Orbit with a Windows PC

NOTE: There are seven other articles in this series that may help you familiarize yourself with the Orbit and its capabilities: Layout and Menu Structure of...
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EquatIO

EquatIO is a math extension that makes math digital. Type, handwrite, dictate, or simply copy a printed math equation; EquatIO converts these math equations...
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Braille Me: new refreshable braille display

The Braille Me is a new smart braille display by Innovision Tech. This refreshable braille display is a 6-dot, 20-cell display with a Perkins style keyboard...
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Intro to G Suite Accessibility

Google continues to expand and improve accessibility of Google suite.  Google suite (G suite) is a combination of cloud computing, productivity and...
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Accessible Equation Editor: Online Braille Math

As our classrooms become online classrooms, providing digital math in a braille format has been a critical issue.  Math has traditionally been provided as hard...
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How to Read Math Expressions with a Screen Reader on a Windows Computer

In this post, you will learn how students can access math materials digitally on a Windows computer using the NVDA screen reader.  Your student will need the...
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How to Read Math Equations with a Screen Reader on a Windows Computer

In this video, Brice demonstrates the basic commands used to navigate math equations on a Windows machine running NVDA.  The same principles apply when using...