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How (and why) do you provide feedback when field testing a Beta version of an iOS app?
What tactile math skills should be taught before transitioning to math activities in a digital format?
Here is a list of A-Z terms that cover common assistive technology terms used for low vision tools.
Are your students using the Epic! app - it is accessible!
Escape room activities are a fun way to develop team-building and other skills. This post describes an O&M-themed escape room activity.
Here is a sneak peak at two future refreshable braille displays that will be available through APH!
Practice braille contractions while reading about Noelle the cat!
This post describes the use of "escape room" activities to develop team-building and other skills in a fun context.
Ways for students to customize their college Blackboard website so it's easier to see and actually helps with learning and studying.
Phonetic Announcement is both a useful feature and an annoying one
A curriculum for a basic middle to high school computer course
Basic Windows keyboard shortcuts that have been most helpful for quickly and efficiently teaching BVI k-12 students to navigate and use Windows
What math-related tech skills should we be teaching now?
Teaching students decision making for safe and healthy living.
Sol shares his experiences of living with tunnel vision in his interesting and funny video.
Which is the most appropriate term?
Create a tactile telescope model that students with visual impairments can feel and explore!
TVIs, we need YOUR feedback about math skills/activities for K-3rd students.
The Novel Effect app adds sound effects to APH's tactile book!
Why every Android user with low vision needs the Google Lens app, and how I use it several times a day.
This VoiceOver lesson covers the Rotor.
Bring reading to life with Novel Effect app!
Use the hundreds chart to teach students to find the missing number.
How to use the Zoom magnifier on iOS and iPad OS with low vision. Includes an overview of Zoom settings and how they are used.
Use this simple template to share your student's needs with general ed teachers!
Turn your emerging braille student into a braille wizard!
Assistive technology considerations for people who have fluctuating eyesight or changing vision.
Coding concept games are navigating through a maze; how can students with visual impairments access digital mazes?
Most of the information we receive from the universe is invisible to the human eye. This post will get you started learning about electromagnetic radiation
Four areas to work on in 2020!
Do you have New Year's Tech Resolutions?
Transition advice and resources from successful college students who are blind!
Practice reading comprehension skills with this fun twist on the "Twas the Night Before Christmas" poem.
Here are ten questions to ask when changing your college major, and what to do after changing your major, from someone who did it three times.
A basic, step by step approach to creating Microsoft PowerPoint Presentations using JAWS for the blind and visually impaired.
Introduction to a GLAS and the first in an exciting series of accessible, hands-on astronomy-related posts!
Create exciting video stories VI and O&M activities!
Use these entertaining questions for hilarious discussions and/or silly writing prompts for Position Papers.
TVIs, are you looking for fun and inexpensive gift ideas to give your students?
What kind of shenanigans can this cute kitty get into at Christmas time?
Independent Christmas shopping!
Here are additional number line activities and concepts; including how number lines can help with braille reversals!
Their computer tech goals for preschoolers?!?
Google Maps, a web-based service that provides detailed information about geographical regions and navigation now has voice guidance.
'Tis the Season - are you looking for gift ideas?
Cosmic Numbers is an accessible number line created to teach basic digital number lines skills for students who are visually impaired.
Students and teachers: Learn about basic iOS accessibility features.
Review of the first two apps: Speed Gesture and Sound Search.
How my brother and I worked together to created audio description for a music video, using the song, "Me!" by Taylor Swift & Brendon Urie.