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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...
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JAWS, ZoomText, and Fusion: Free Home Use During COVID-19

Freedome Scientific press release (3/24/20). Freedom Scientific today announced its plan to help students and employees in the US and Canada affected by COVID-...
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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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Level Up: A summer program for students with visual impairments

Level Up is a summer camp in Wichita, Kansas where middle and high school students with visual impairments learn to use screen readers, magnification software...
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WebAIM Screen Reader Survey #7 Results

Over the years, WebAim has facilitated surveys about the preferences of screen reader users. The 7th survey, which was done in October 2017, received 1,792...
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Getting Started with Audio-Supported Reading

GETTING STARTED WITH ASR Introduction Audio-Supported Reading (ASR) is a technology-based approach for accessing and working with text presented in either...
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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...
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Free Screen Magnification Training and Resources

You can access the video of the Lighthouse for the Blind- St. Louis'  “Zoom to Success: Teaching Screen Magnification Programs for Low Vision” workshop for...
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Reading Resources

Reading is a passion of mine. I love it! There are many resources out there for visually impaired/blind people. I use a lot of these sources. Here are just a...
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Screen Enlargement and Readers - Teaching Students With Visual Impairments

This introductory article about screen readers provides a brief summary of various screen enlargement and reader programs. For more information, go to Carmen...