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This online course provides theoretical and practical information for teaching social communication skills to students with visual impairment and autism.

This course will address current tools to access multimedia content, and ways to integrate technology into a student’s workflow in the classroom.

This course will provide content related to students who have cortical visual impairment (CVI) and who are considered to be in Phase III CVI.

Love these braille and accessibility-themed emojis!
No need to walk down the stairs blindfolded, here's 12 safe and positive alternatives to the viral Bird Box Challenge.

An in-depth course in scoring the CVI Range to improve your reliability in assessing children. Extensive knowledge of CVI is a prerequisite.

Ten little-known facts about braille for World Braille Day 2019, Louis Braille's 210th birthday.
This fun memory app can be used to teach spatial terms, listening skills, gestures, auditory patterns and increase memory!
Use this amazing BETA feature from Desmos online calculator to create beautiful embosser ready graphs. All you need to do is input your equation!
How I use the Be My Eyes App with fluctuating vision.
Young readers will enjoy reading this short story about ladybugs. Learn how to quickly create ePub books!
Creating 'triple-media' books for early readers: print, braille, auditory books!
This article will focus on the unique aspects of using the Orbit Reader 20 with a Chromebook.
How Aira helps me independently navigate the airport and TSA with vision impairment.
Do you have New Year's Tech Resolutions?
Twas the Night Before Christmas and Frosty the Snowman
A guide to finding audio described movies on in flight entertainment.
Looking for an accessible music app?
How I use the MyMathLab software with assistive technology in my college math classes.
A solution to the problem of Excel spreadsheets not reading column and row headings for particular cells for the visually impaired
Use cool emojis to help teach social skills!
Using HTML numeric representations of numbers, the visually impaired can see colors on web pages.

Monika Jones, of the Brain Recovery Project, shares information presented at the 2018 AER International Conference.

Here is an idea to help streamline your progress monitoring paperwork!
How to read handwriting and handwritten notes using technology.

There are two sessions in this module that will focus on assistive technology can be used to increase the academic and functional abilities of students

Aeden learns how to turn speech on and off and, he learns about titles.
This article, orbit Reader Part 5, will focus on translating files created on the Orbit into print.
P2T is launching a newsletter!
This initial installment in the series lays the groundwork for teaching your student to increase their auditory reading speed.
Interested in coding?

During this 1 1/2 hour webinar, Karen Barrows will discuss working with children who have CVI

How Microsoft Immersive reader revolutionizes reading for people with print disabilities.
Learn more about the concept of Blind Coding Academies.
How to use the free Hopscotch Coding App to learn programming concepts and promote STEM education.
New gem packs available for Blindfold Color Crush Game!
Using the SoloLearn app to learn programming skills and stand out when applying for jobs. Great for college students!
Here are two tips for making iOS voiceover work a little better for you if you pair your device with a braille display or a keyboard.
This mainstream coding app is accessible!
Why and how I use the Free Repl.it software in my programming classes as a low vision student.
How and why to participate in Hour of Code with assistive technology, from a vision impaired college student studying it.
As a blind professional working in the sighted world, I have learned that reading speed makes the difference between success and failure.
This third grade student created a digital book about her dog.
Educational technology is a powerful tool but cannot by itself promote learning and increase student achievement; AT does level the playing field
WebbIE is a free text-only web browser for the visually impaired. WebbIE browses web pages, searches the web, allows for filling in forms, ecommerce, etc.
This post describes the "More Trucks HD" app, which the author has used successfully with students of varying ages and developmental levels.
Here is a fully accessible periodic table with links to more information.
How to write Alt Text and image descriptions for your instagram posts. Great for business and personal accounts.

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