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Are you curious what techniques the blind use to read? We cover two techniques, Braille and audio. If curious in learning more, please keep reading.
Is "listening" truly a type of reading? Explore this hot topic!
Bookshare Adds New Updates to Go Read - A Free, Open Source Ebook Reader App
A step-by-step guide for switching between Google accounts using JAWS to access the Gmail or Drive documents associated with each separate account.
Blindfold Spin and Solve is a "Wheel of Fortune" type iOS game that reinforces learning braille contractions.
As each student with a visual impairment has unique needs in math and science, choosing an appropriate talking calculator is vital for his or her success.
A few JAWS resources that can help you get started with teaching your student
User guides for almost all of the 50 Blindfold Games are available online for use with a screen reader or braille display.
Accessible Wheel of Fortune game called Blindfold Spin and Solve for the iPhone and iPad.
Bookshare is now offering an accessibility feature that helps readers maintain focus and improve visual tracking ability.
Orientation and Mobility related tracing, scanning and tracking activities to compensate for blindspots.
Suggestions on how to use interactive storybook apps with students who are visually impaired with multiple disabilities.
Tips and resources on how to incorporate technology into orientation and mobility lessons for all types of O&M students.
Use BlindSquare Simulation Mode to help students create maps of a location.
Are you wondering how blind bookkeepers can navigate QuickBooks? MyBlindSpot has made it possible through its partnership with Intuit. Read on to learn more!
The mother of a young man who is deafblind due to Usher Syndrome describes the importance of assistive technology for academic success.
Paths to Technology has added two new sections: Software Updates and Curriculums!
This tutorial describes the tools and resources to help teams make appropriate decisions about accessible educational materials (AEM) and reading tools.
Students who are in Elementary school and who are learning to use a screenreader require a concept base, repetition, and fun!
Prism OCR app review and instructions.
Check out my first impressions of the iPhone 7. In addition, I will try to help you determine if this update is worth all of the hype.
Learn about one of Apple's newest features coming to iOS 10 users!
How to get started on an iPad with a bright 16 month blind baby.
This webinar describes tools and resources that can help teams make appropriate decisions about Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) and reading tools.
Step-by-step instruction on how to use Google Drive with JAWS and VoiceOver.
This presentation identifies advantages and disadvantages of braille displays with screen readers and provides a beginning instructional sequence for teachers.
Article about Braille Challenge finalist and Bookshare.
You want to learn a new language, and you're a Blind or Visually-impaired IOS User. So where do you start?
Incorporating LEGOs into the classroom with students who are visually impaired or blind.
This lesson is intended to have young students explore areas of the keyboard that they may not normally pay attention to.
Keyboard Yoga is becoming aware of your body in relationship to the items on the desk in front of you.
This article will attempt to provide you with some ideas for using magnets as a tactile representative of computer concepts.
An accessible task organizer and planner; currently available on iOS, Mac, and Windows.
Here’s a fun activity to help your students (of any age) orient themselves to the Windows Desktop.
IOS app created specifically for infants and toddlers with visual impairments and multiple disabilities.
How students can access math materials digitally on an IOS device such as an iPhone or iPad using the built in VoiceOver screen reader.
Suggestions on how to make labs accessible for students with visual impairments and blindness.
iOS tracing apps help young students with scotomas or blind spots.
Teaching TVIs at the recent AERBVI conference about Blindfold Games
How Blindfold Racer lets blind or low vision people experience real world driving through an app.
Charts, graphs and maps are accessible to students with visual impairments or blindness.
Introduction to Blindfold Games with a testimonial
Vermont: 2 day workshop - August 23 & 24. In-depth training on how to use technology to enable independent travel in real-world contexts.
Students with visual impairments and blindness apply their O&M skills and learn about new navigation technology and through an engineering project.
Students with visual impairments and blindness learned to advocate and access PowerPoint presentations during the NC State Engineering VIB Camp.
Get my opinions on Apple's latest iOS release, and learn about some of the exciting features that are to come next fall!
How to use SAS Gloss, an annotation app, to complete kindergarten coloring worksheets and fill-in-the blank assignments for students with low vision.
Audio Supported Reading can meet the challenges of students with print-related disabilities when used as an instructional strategy.
My guide on some tips and tricks to help make you travels much easier.
Activities for a high school student with traumatic brain injury, including learning to visually identify letters and objects for functional life skills.