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Travel through space with this fully accessible exhilarating coding concept app!
This is the first in a series about the Expanded Core Curriculum from Emma's insightful perspective.
Why does a non-visual map look different than a visual map?
Need help identifying something, reading a prescription or access to other visual information? Use Zoom!

Exploration of considerations for distance learning

Motivate your braille reader with menus, recipes or other highly preferred reading materials!
Whether you have a disability or other debilitating condition,the No Barriers Virtual Summit will help you find opportunity even in the midst of adversity.
Our chefs have made it to their third week of cooking! They are serving up another week of tips and tricks.... and now things are really heating up!
Dr. Kirk Adams, President and CEO of the American Foundation for the Blind, is interviewed by Mohammed.
Why Students with disabilities and chronic illness should get a disability services file in college, and how they are helpful to have.
Did the non-visual map and remote lesson make a difference in this student's O&M skills?
Is your font too small? Learn how to change the font settings on iOS.
A graduating high school senior builds a mental map of Elon University using a digital map and a virtual O&M lesson.
Check out these two books: Fruits and Vegetables

Participants will learn about the Sensorimotor Stage of Development,the Van Dijk Approach,levels of learning in the Sensory Learning Kit and more.

The transition from special education to post school life presents significant challenges to students, their families and their educational teams.

It's our second week of cooking!! But what happens when some of your ingredients are damaged, missing, or you have a kitchen fail?? We'll tell you...
A story of our virtual graduation speaker, one of the most adventurous and brave blind persons to have ever lived and our virtual field trip.
A narrative about creating a virtual graduation for a school of the blind and visually impaired
Quick and easy method to create CVI-friendly videos using PowerPoint and two free web applications.

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

When and how should we introduce young students with visual impairments to technology?
Our Chefs just finished their first week of using various meal kit services. In this post they share their first impressions, challenges, and more!
Wondering how to interact with the Swift Playgrounds coding app while using VoiceOver?

CVI: Considerations for Distance Learning

This manual will help you introduce iOS technology and VoiceOver to 3 to 8 year old students!
Learn how to make Virtual Escape Room games using Google Forms and Zoom group meetings.
An independent traveler uses an accessible digital map to prepare for work-related travel.
Practical and fun ways to teach braille, abacus, tech, and more to a 3rd grade student remotely!
Yikes! You have a graduating senior who is college bound. What do you do during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order?
Remote instructional video for parents and accessible book for students with CVI.
Sonokids is offering a COVID-19 discount to the Paths to Technology Community!
Try these physical activities before introducing SAS Graphics Accelerator Maps to students with visual impairments!
Take a minute to read about the four fabulous student chefs who will be sharing their stories exploring AT, practicing the ECC, and more in the kitchen!
Learn how to use accessible digital maps to take a virtual campus tour.
Learn how students can access teacher-created custom maps & intro to understanding the maps.
Learn how to use free apps to create engaging digital content for students with CVI!
Want to improve your travel skills? Now is the time to try BlindSquare!
Set yourself and your low vision student up for success when working with Chromebooks!

CVI: Considerations for Distance Learning

Create customized tactile maps using Touch Mapper!
Grant Hardy, Broadcast Presenter for Accessible Media, Inc., is interviewed by Christian.
Teaching number line concepts has never been easier or more fun!
My favorite no-tech solutions for drawing graphs and creating charts with low vision and dysgraphia-no screens required.
Chancey Fleet, Assistive Technology Coordinator for the New York Public Library, is interviewed by Christian.
Interested in learning to use Zoom, a popular video conferencing application?
In her recording, this young lady shares how remote learning has impacted her tech skills.
Sienna reviews and demonstrates the accessibility of Duolingo, an accessible and fun language app.
Maureen the Marine Biologist is interviewed by Sofia.
Applications for educators to remotely help students with computer technical and navigational issues.

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