Assistive Technology

In this webcast, Jerry Berrier provides an overview of a variety of communication technologies for individuals who are deafblind.
Ike Presley talks about the world of assistive technology and walks us through a range of assistive technology options for choosing the right tool.
Brian Charlson demonstrates a variety of devices that provide the capability of accessing books via speech, large print, or braille.
In this webcast, Wendy Buckley summarizes various tools and software that can be used with a SMART Board and describes how they work.
Audio Description (AD) is a voiceover narrative that makes visual experiences accessible to people who are blind or visually impaired. AD can be used to enhance television, movies, media, museums,...
Material in this section is specific to teaching individuals who are blind or visually impaired how to use certain assistive devices. General Resources Evaluation and Assessment...
This page is a collection of information on a range of vendors and some of the major brands of assistive technology devices for people who are blind or visually impaired.  This is not a comprehensive...
AppleVis This site is designed to empower users of Apple products who are blind or visually impaired.  This includes the range of Mac computers, iPads, iPhones, iPods, and related applications...
On this page you will find online training for assistive technology for individuals with visual impairments. Some of the training is geared toward users who are blind or visually impaired, while...
The resources listed on this page focus on assistive technology for individuals with low vision.
This page provides links to guidelines and resources related to information technology and accessibility for individuals with visual impairments. ALT-VI: Access to Literacy through Technology for...
Assistive technology includes devices and software used by those with impairments of one type or another.
This webinar presents an introduction to the Braille Mini.
Assessment and the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and the implications for teachers of students with visual impairments (TVIs) and others working with students who are blind or visually impaired.

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