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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 ( 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
Google Chromecast Review Published 04/18/2017
Colored Paper and the Readability Test Published 04/17/2017
ACT Accommodations for Low Vision Published 04/13/2017
Amazon Echo Dot Review Published 04/12/2017
My Phone isn't Paper Published 04/10/2017
How to Choose a New Phone When You have Photosensitivity Published 04/06/2017
SAT Accommodations for Low Vision Published 04/05/2017
How to Survive Midterms/Finals Published 04/04/2017
All about AIM-VA: Accessible Instructional Materials Published 03/30/2017
Learning to Self-Advocate: My Biggest IEP Goal Published 03/29/2017
Save Bookshare Published 03/20/2017
Testing Accommodations for Low Vision Students Published 03/13/2017
Accommodations for Print Materials Published 02/23/2017
What I Have Learned About Print Disabilities Published 02/20/2017
Requesting Extracurricular Accommodations Published 02/16/2017
You Belong Published 02/14/2017
All About Bookshare Published 02/10/2017
How Do People with Low Vision . . . Go To Museums? Published 02/09/2017
College Preparedness Series #6: How to Pick Housing Published 02/06/2017
AmazonFresh Review: Grocery Delivery Published 01/31/2017
College Preparedness Series #5: How to Navigate Campus Published 01/17/2017
College Preparedness Series #4: How to Create a Disability Services File Published 01/16/2017
College Preparedness Series #3: How to Explain Accommodations Published 01/11/2017
College Preparedness Series #2: How to Buy Digital Textbooks Published 01/11/2017
College Preparedness Series #1: How to Schedule College Classes Published 01/11/2017
How Do People with Low Vision . . .use Human Guides? Published 01/08/2017
10 Ways to Reduce Eye Strain from Technology Published 12/25/2016
Four Online Services Libraries Have for Low Vision Users (and everybody else!) Published 12/21/2016
Eschenbach SmartLux Review Published 12/20/2016
Apps That Help Students with Low Vision in the Classroom Published 12/16/2016
E-Bot Pro Review Published 12/15/2016
Make Any Android Smartphone Accessible for $8 Published 12/10/2016
Accessibility Settings for Android Phone Published 12/10/2016
Accessibility Settings For Windows 10 Published 11/25/2016
Why I Prefer My Schoolwork Digitally Published 11/24/2016
How to Make an iPad Accessible for Low Vision Published 11/14/2016