Assistive Technology

Mary Rose and Devin motivate others to be independent!
AtYourLevel, a podcast for kids by kids, invites YOU to be a part of the show!
Is your app accessible? What do you look for?
Step-by-step instructions and video tutorial on how to introduce early elementary students to creating Keynote presentations!
How to add "captions" or image descriptions to photos - a critical Tech skill for students who are blind or low vision.
Step-by-step instructions on how to access a Keynote presentation geared for Preschoolers and early elementary students.
My Favorite Tips for ho two run quick, effective web searches using keyboard symbols, as part of my writing success series - an important college skill.
Lessons about Life and technology for the blind and visually impaired.
Rytey interviews Dr. Mona S. Minkara an Assistant Professor of Bioengineering and an Affiliate Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Biology and filmmaker.
Learn more about this exciting federal program for students with visual impairments!
Celebrate National Chip and Dip Day with this fun O&M activity!

A TVI/COMS discusses how to assess and implement assistive technology that will remove barriers to access for students with CVI

A TVI/COMS discusses how to assess and implement assistive technology that will remove barriers to access for students with CVI

Before attending a summer session or event at the school for the blind, use a digital non-visual map to build a mental map of campus!
Here is a fun, interactive activity about the Perkins Braille Writer!
Activities using these fun toys to develop concepts and strengthen finger strength for brailling and touch screen gestures!
Great resource to create your own INTERACTIVE book or find teacher-created CVI-friendly resources!
How to introduce a new app to a student and to build foundation spatial and directional concepts.
Learn how to create an accessible table (for teachers) and how to navigate a table with a screen reader (for teachers and students).
Learn how the Braille AI Tutor game improves braille literacy.
Low vision strategies for remote learning using the Zoom platform and a Chromebook.
Are you new to VoiceOver and wondering what in the world is happening?
Enjoy these podcasts created by kids for kids - and participate in future podcasts!
Learn more about this text to speech app - including the education version of Speech Central.
This working mother of three shares her experiences of introducing her toddler to an iPad during the pandemic!
Learn more about sonification and the exciting future Ballyland Sonoplanet app which incorporates sonification into a game for young students!
Jose, a transition student from Colorado, is interviewing Peter Altschul, an Organization Pyschologist, author and musician.
Learn how to embed core subject concepts such as math while you introduce technology to YOUNG children.
How I organize digital files for my college classes so that I stay organized and the computer doesn't eat my homework.
What can a 22 month old child who is visually impaired do on an iPad?
Strategies to help your students who are blind or low vision to participate with poise during virtual meetings.
A middle school student with low vision shares a cool tip for completing remote and in-person assignments.
Does your resume need a little makeover? Or maybe you just don't know where to start. Five simple steps to conquer the world (or at least the job market).
The best money-reading app for the blind and the visually impaired.
Here's a fun book full of horse pictures and horse terms!
Explore these New York City parks with the free SAS Graphics Accelerator software!
Jake, a transition student from Iowa, is interviewing Eliana Mason from team USA. She is a Goalball athlete, studying to be a Mental Health Counselor.
Follow Sadie as she learns about number lines!
Here's a great book to introduce letters and phonetics to emerging readers with CVI!
An accessible cell phone with buttons for people who are blind or visually impaired.
Download these free tactile braille alphabet sheets for your emerging reader!
Follow this terrific TVI and her 4 year old student as he successfully masters the challenging double tap gesture!
Here are my favorite tips and tricks for taking online English classes with low vision from someone who has taken them in high school and college.
Learn how to use the GoodNotes app to quickly create customized PIAF-ready tactile images for Number Corner (prediction math calendar).
Why should braille students have tactile book covers and how do you make them?
Follow these students as they established a podcast series and learned to become podcasters!
Space enthusiasts - be the first 5 students to complete the activity and receive a 3D astronomical model!
Preposition and spatial concepts worksheets
This tool is an easy way to modify images for students with CVI or low vision.

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