R Saladino

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Posts by R Saladino

Article Published Date Created
Christmas Alphabet Book Published 12/01/2020
Rainbow Cat Book: Emerging Reader Published 09/11/2020
Remote Instruction: Emerging Reader who is Deaf-Blind Published 07/29/2020
Remote Instruction using Seesaw for Dual Media Learner Published 07/22/2020
Adapted Books for Student with CVI: Fruits and Vegetables Published 06/01/2020
Adapted Ocean Animal Book for Student with CVI Published 05/18/2020
BrailleSense Polaris: April 2020 Firmware Upgrade Published 04/16/2020
Companies/Organizations Providing Support and Free Subscriptions during School Closure Published 04/03/2020
Remote Learning Materials: Student with CVI and Multiple Disabilities Published 03/31/2020
Preparing Middle School and High School Students with VIB for Remote Learning Published 03/23/2020
The Power of Spotlight Search Published 02/28/2020
Highlights from the ATIA 2020 Conference about APH Braille Products Published 02/01/2020
Alphabetic Word Sign Book for Early Readers Published 01/31/2020
Tech Skills for College Bound Students Published 12/28/2019
Christmas Themed Book for Early Readers: Noelle's Christmas Tree Published 12/16/2019
Active Braille Published 11/19/2019
Digital Thanksgiving Book for Early Readers Published 11/18/2019
Educational Example of Using Speech to Text and Dictation Published 10/30/2019
Noelle's Pumpkin: Fall Themed Digital Book for Early Readers Published 10/10/2019
BrailleSense Polaris: Using the Polaris as a Refreshable Braille Display with JAWS Published 10/02/2019
Digital Book for First Grade Dual Media Learner Published 09/29/2019
BrailleSense Polaris: Troubleshooting Tips from Tech Support Published 08/30/2019
BrailleSense Polaris: Using Google Classroom Published 08/30/2019
Exploring the BrailleSense Polaris: Help Menu Published 08/03/2019
BrailleSense Polaris: Check Spelling Published 07/31/2019
Editing using the Orbit Reader 20 and iPad Published 07/29/2019
What Can Swim? Published 06/29/2019
Adding Alt Text to an Image in Word for Office 365 Published 06/26/2019
BrailleSense Polaris: May 2019 Firmware update Published 05/31/2019
Reading Books Created with Book Creator App Using an iPad and RBD Published 05/24/2019
Noelle the Cat ePub Published 05/01/2019
BrailleSense Polaris: Copying and Pasting Files and Folders Published 04/09/2019
Accessible Digital Kindergarten Books Published 04/01/2019
Google Drive and JAWS: Uploading and Downloading Files Published 03/25/2019
TVI and Kindergartener's Review of the Braille Buzz Published 01/21/2019
More Digital Books for Early Readers Published 12/31/2018
Using Celebrations to Teach JAWS Published 12/24/2018
Zoey the Dog: iBook Published 12/01/2018
It Is All About Motivation Published 11/26/2018
Digital Books for Beginning Readers Published 11/01/2018
Using Technology to Support a Dual Media Learner Published 10/30/2018
The BrailleSense Polaris: Google Apps - Uploading & Downloading Documents Published 09/26/2018
Exploring the BrailleSense Polaris: Terminal Clipboard Published 09/26/2018
My technology iBook Published 08/31/2018
The BrailleSense Polaris: Using the Word Processor Published 08/09/2018
Completing a Science Research Project using Text to Speech and Magnification Published 07/23/2018
Using Technology to Access the Song "Here Comes the Sun" Published 07/05/2018