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Kids Listen: Free Podcasts for Kids!

While looking for public fall-themed educational activities, I came across Kids Listen, podcasts for kids. Kids Listen is unique in that all the content is...
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Creating Videos with Visual Impairments

Students are creating videos to use in multimedia presentations in early elementary school. While tech standards vary across the country, by 4th or 5th grade,...
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How to Create Secure and Easy to Remember Passwords

In a cybersecurity class that I took, my professor talked about finding the balance between security and accessibility. It's nearly impossible to create a...
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6 Ways Amazon Alexa can Help with Homework

I love my Amazon Echo Dot (I have a review on it here).  I use it easily thirty times a day as a talking clock, as a news source, for telling me the weather,...
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How do YOU use Apple Products?

Apple released a series of videos showcasing how individuals with a variety of disabilities have integrated Apple devices and apps with accessibility features...
Amazon Alexa, Echo Dot Review: Great for College Students and Low Vision!

Amazon Echo Dot Review

Last month, a new device joined my technology collection, and has quickly become one of my new favorites. I don't have to worry about making it accessible,...
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Calling All Students - Paths to Technology Student Page

Hey students!  Have you explored the Student Section of Paths to Technology website?  This is a place for students of all ages with visual impairments and...