Veroniiiica

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Hi, I'm Veronica Lewis, also known as Veronica with four eyes! I'm a college student with low vision studying data science and assistive technology in Virginia, and I love writing, especially about technology, education, and visual impairment, and how these topics intersect. I share free positive and practical posts on my website (www.veroniiiica.com) and here on Paths To Technology to help support students, families, teachers, and other professionals searching for resources on low vision, assistive technology, and college transition, often sharing my own experiences and how I handled things on my own. Outside of writing about tech, I love anything related to the visual and performing arts, traveling/exploring new places, and learning about new topics and skills. My eventual goal is to take over the world with assistive technology by either ensuring accessibility tools and practices are integrated into every part of society, or achieving world domination through the use of screen magnfiication and text to speech- I'll never say which!

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Posts by Veroniiiica

Article Published Date Created
How to Make Keyboards Easier to See Published 03/09/2018
Five Calculator Apps that Help Students with Low Vision in the Classroom Published 03/01/2018
How to Use Guided Access For Testing Published 02/27/2018
How To Make Things on the Board Easier to See Published 02/23/2018
Why To Attend Therapy Dog Reading Programs Published 02/16/2018
All About HR 620 - the ADA and Education Reform Act of 2017 Published 02/14/2018
Five Websites that Help Students with Low Vision in the Math Classroom Published 02/13/2018
Why My guidance Counselors are the Reasons I Excel in College Published 02/12/2018
HP Sprout For Low Vision Accessibility Review Published 02/05/2018
How to Write Alt Text and Image Descriptions for the visually impaired Published 01/31/2018
Microsoft Seeing AI and Low Vision Review Published 01/31/2018
How Do People with Low Vision . . . Complete Science Labs? Published 01/27/2018
Explaining Child Study Teams Using the Scientific Method Published 01/24/2018
Five Apps That Help Students with Low Vision in the Science Classroom Published 01/23/2018
Five Websites that Teach Kids About Vision Impairments Published 01/19/2018
Ten Words to Know Before Your First IEP Meeting Published 01/17/2018
Snapchat and Low Vision Published 01/16/2018
Five Myths about Assistive Technology Published 01/15/2018
Transitioning to a 504 Plan Before Graduation Published 01/11/2018
How to Transfer to a Virtual Class Mid-Year Published 01/11/2018
How Amazon Alexa Can Help You Read Published 01/04/2018
5 Free Accessible News Apps for Low Vision Published 01/03/2018
How to Create High Resolution Images for Users with Low Vision Published 01/01/2018
RBDigital Magazines and Zinio for Libraries Review Published 12/29/2017
Notability and Low Vision Review Published 12/27/2017
How Amazon Alexa Can Help You Sleep Published 12/15/2017
Instructor Evaluations and Low Vision Published 12/12/2017
Five Government Resources on Assistive Technology Published 12/12/2017
How I Back Up My iPad Published 12/11/2017
How to Create Tactile Images with Everyday Objects Published 11/29/2017
How Do People with Low Vision. . . Go to Conferences? Published 11/28/2017
To the Student Being Bullied by Their Teacher Published 11/28/2017
All About the Cogswell-Macy Act Published 11/21/2017
To My Teachers Reading My Blog Published 11/17/2017
Falling Through the Cracks Published 11/17/2017
Quizlet and Low Vision Published 11/16/2017
How Do People with Low Vision . . . Participate in Science Fairs? Published 11/15/2017
Dysgraphia Accommodations in the Classroom Published 11/13/2017
How I use IFTTT (If This, Then That) Published 11/13/2017
What to Say When Meeting Politicians Published 11/10/2017
How do People with Low Vision . . . Vote? Published 11/10/2017
My Microsoft Feature Published 11/09/2017
Eight things you need to know about your IEP Published 11/06/2017
Seven Myths about IEP Students Published 11/06/2017
Six Word Horror Stories for Students with Low Vision Published 11/01/2017
Taking Exams When You Are Sick Published 11/01/2017
How to Make Music Accessible with Microsoft Publisher Published 10/29/2017
How to Create Accessible PowerPoints Published 10/25/2017
Five Low Vision Twitter Accounts to Follow Published 10/24/2017
How Do People with Low Vision . . . Participate in Model UN? Published 10/24/2017
Disclosing Disability in College Applications Published 10/23/2017
Five Things Your IEP Case Manager Won't Tell You Published 10/20/2017
How to Create Secure and Easy to Remember Passwords Published 10/17/2017
Make Vision Count: Vision Impairment Starter Kit Published 10/13/2017
Accessing the Periodic Table Published 10/11/2017
How to Nail a College Interview Published 10/05/2017
Ten Lessons My TVI Taught Me Published 10/04/2017
Why Every Student Needs Microsoft Office Lens Published 10/03/2017
Ten Reasons You Should Call a Security Escort Published 10/02/2017
Designing Accessible Document with Microsoft Word Published 09/26/2017

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