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Our Cooking Adventure is Done... So Now What??

Assistive Tech for The Win! Up to this point, the content we’ve put out on this blog page has mostly about cooking. However, our wonderful meal kit delivery...
Screenshot of Google Docs with focus on dictation button and text, "Today is Sunday. I am writing using dictation."

Educational Example of Using Speech to Text and Dictation

When a student becomes frustrated expressing their ideas in writing in their primary learning medium and it has negative implications on learning and their...
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Be My Eyes: Microsoft Tech Support Story

Sam is a tech support agent at the Microsoft Disability Answer Desk, where he answers calls from customers who are blind or have low-vision calling through the...
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SoloLearn Programming App Review

I've been working towards learning more about programming and coding languages outside of the classroom, because I want to stand out more when applying for...
MAP field testing at GMS: Brian listening to an 8th grader who just completed MAP assessment on an iPad with VoiceOver

Accessibility of MAP Assessments Series #2: Q&A

In the first Paths to Technology post on the Accessibility of MAP Assessments series, we learned that the Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) has created...
Student using Zoomtext to write notes in class.

Getting Started with Screen Magnification

Author:  Laura Jones Screen magnification is a topic that I feel strongly about because I am a full-time screen magnification user for all my computer work and...
Student viewing enlarged images and text on a large monitor.

Low Vision Curriculums and Teaching Strategies

Are you working with a low vision student and want to know more about how a low vision student can successfully integrate technology into his/her classroom?  ...