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Quick Assist provides a simple, free, built-in distance troubleshooting option for vision professionals and students who use Windows computers.
Learn how to share your lessons with the Paths to Technology community!
Have you tried these accessible educational games?
Computers running Windows offer a highly capable and accessible platform suitable for facilitating virtual learning.

Explore the growing library of Non-Visual Digital Maps in the online Map Library

Looking for fun literacy activities that can be taught remotely?
Need free accessible digital materials? Check out Paths to Technology's new Resource Library!
Teach your student to build a strong mental map of the whole area then fill in the details!
Learn what Emma thinks about the ECC area, Independent Living Skills.
Can your student answer these social studies questions using the linked accessible map?
Strategies, games and activities: a combination of braille, magnification and tech for an emerging reader!

Modifications in the home environment, in light of the 10 characteristics of CVI, can advance skills in independence

Using non-visual digital maps to teach street concepts to an elementary student.

Overarching Principles and practical advice

COMS, CATIS, and TVIs earn credits by sharing your knowledge!

Provide effective support for students with visual impairments to develop skills in all areas and grade levels of Science education.

Introducing VoiceOver to students? Check out these VoiceOver gesture teaching strategies and apps!
What does Emma think about the ECC area of O&M?
What are the "must haves" for a home learning space in case students do not go back to the classroom?

Mark your calendar and join the live webinar, Wednesday, July 29, 2020 1:00-2:00pm eastern

How to introduce non-visual digital maps to an elementary student and the first in a progressive series of orientation lessons.
Accessible, interactive digital maps for early elementary students? Absolutely!
Learn how to use the non-visual digital maps without a screen reader!

Enjoy our virtual conference presentations, with the option to earn Professional Development Points or Continuing Education Credits

How to unapologetically ask your professors to help over email and get what you want.
We are sad to say that our month of Meal Kit fun has come to an end... but that doesn't mean our blogging has to! Find out what our next topic will be!!
Emma shares her experiences with the ECC area, Assistive Technology.
Quickly create customized, accessible digital maps that students can use to build mental maps and answer map-related educational questions.

Build an effective literacy program for students with CVI who have been assessed at Phase II or Phase III on The CVI Range

Let's play Bocce - a fun outdoor summer game!
This post describes a method for using a shared document for students to document their independent work.
This post describes an activity that allows instructors and students to work together to create and post online quizzes.
An overview of Splashtop secure remote access software for education
How to teach computer technology remotely successfully.

Exploration of considerations for distance learning

This tutorial examines the importance of including the expanded core curriculum for students with CVI in their IEPs.

Eight different high tech and no tech ways to create an accessible formula sheet for students with print disabilities.
Hear what Emma thinks about the the ECC area, Sensory Efficiency.
This user-friendly update streamlines the process of creating and opening non-visual digital maps!

Overarching Principles and practical advice

CVI for the TVI webinar

This blog describes my initial thoughts on the Mantis Q40
A refresher on special education law as it relates to students on IEPs.

There are many benefits for teachers to upgrade their instructional practice to embrace 21st Century teaching

Hear what Emma thinks about the the ECC area, Compensatory Access.
The webinar recording on using SAS Graphics Accelerator Maps - fully accessible non-visual digital maps - is now available!
Things are heating up!
Why do students who are visually impaired need to be able to draw items for educational purposes?
What should or should not be included when creating a non-visual digital map?

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