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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.
Snap and Read is a browser based tool that has many useful features for the visually impaired, notably CVI, but it is not accessible for blind students.
See how this student was motivated to learn a challenging school route through 'coding' the Cubetto robot!
social distancing? No Problem! Play these games with a 'VI twist' through Zoom.
Free webinar on how to create and use accessible digital maps.
This free webinar is geared for students with VIB middle school and up! Recorded webinar and resources now available.
How to prepare for college using free online resources, aimed at students with disabilities and assistive tech users.
Want to know if Google Meet/Hangouts is accessible with a screen reader?
Understanding the challenges and successes of educating students with visual impairments during COVID-19 school closures.
Free live webinars on ObjectiveEd braille games and O&M games!
Seeking general education teacher who is familiar with technology standards.
Have you discovered TpT - teacher-created resources for teachers?
Video tutorials for Orion TI-84, abacus, JAWS, and iOS designed for students!

Tina L. Gutierrez discusses teaching Strategies and Resources for Sensorimotor Stage Learners.  

BrailleSense Polaris firmware upgrade
Have you tried Braille AI Tutor - it's perfect for virtual instruction!
Learn how to convert inaccessible PDFs accessible with a screen reader!
My Tips for practicing self-advocacy skills in the virtual classroom, and how to self-advocate in remote learning environments.
Here is a 'generic' checklist that works with any braille notetaker!
Social distancing? No problem! Play these games through Zoom!
Check out these teacher-created videos for students with CVI!
Ray Campbell, Senior Accessibility Analyst in Digital Technology at United Airlines, is interviewed by Mohammed.
Replace poor quality photos of print worksheets with scanned PDFs using your iPhone.
JAWS Tandem enables "hands-on" remote JAWS training!
Reflections from TVIs on the impact of virtual classrooms and remote instruction for students with VIB after the first couple of weeks of school closures.
How I use the free Socratic app for iOS and Android to get homework help and better understand topics related to science, math, history & English.
This workbook series focuses on iOS accessibility features; post #5 is dedicated to the Zoom feature.
Check out this cool O&M game by ObjectiveEd!
TVIs, are you looking for tech support and free accessible subscriptions to support your virtual instruction?
Try these virtual audio lessons that teach adaptive daily living skills - including basic O&M skills!
So your students things they want a guide dog? Join this online workshop!
Tips on how to set your Zoom sessions to keep them private.
This video tutorial demonstrates how to teach your student to use Screen Recording while using Voiceover
Use your library card to access books, movies, music and TV with the Hoopla app.
This video tutorial demonstrates how to use the built-in screen recording function on your iOS device to support remote student learning.
Learn how to probe the polar surface with this hands-on science activity.
Áine Kelly-Costello, a student of Investigative Journalism, Paralympian, writer, and advocate is interviewed by Sienna.

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