Assistive Technology

Note the new address for ACVREP!
Using a program called Codex, you can change Kindle, Bookshare, ePUB, other ebooks, and more into Microsoft Word Text.
A successful college student with low vision shares her experiences with accommodations for her SOL assessments - state's standardized tests.
Confused about accommodations and modifications? AFB has compiled a description about various types of accommodations.
A successful college student with low vision shares how she steams from her device to her TV screen to reduce eye fatigue.
Looking for a free tool to create accessible memory matching games?
This accessible iBook details events that happen on a child's birthday.
Have motor issues? Some of the Blindfold games have the option of playing at a slow speed, enabling students with motor disabilities to be successful.
Considering running with a guide? Read about Stephanie's experiences as she prepares for the Boston Marathon!
This radio and music app is designed specifically for users who are visually impaired or blind.
A successful college student with low vision shares how colored paper effect her reading.
Does your student love animal sounds? Use this adorable app to teach basic VoiceOver gestures!
Thinking about purchasing a 3D printer to benefit students who are visually impaired?
Here is an accessible keyboarding app for students who use VoiceOver!
A successful college student with low vision shares her experiences with ACT accommodations.
Road Rally ideas with visually impaired navigators!
Check out this intriguing story about a blind runner and Google Glass.
A successful college student with low vision reviews the Amazing Echo Dot and shares how she uses this tech in her college dorm.
Interested in working as a computer programmer? Find a role model!
Why I can see some materials and not others - insight from a successful college student who has low vision.
After graduation tech ideas for students who are candidates for sheltered workshops or supervised employment.
Want to liven-up your O&M lesson? Try this fun Easter Egg game!
Include visually impaired students and students with multiple disabilities in your Easter Egg hunt!
Planning an O&M lesson on how to use Uber? Here is a skills checklist!
Here is a fun puzzle game that teaches spatial concepts!
A successful college student with low vision shares tips on buying a new smart phone.
Like to play games? Here is an accessible version of Boggle!
Check out these new tools for digital graphs!
A successful college student with low vision shares her SAT experience.
Do you have students interested in coding? Check out this physical programming language!
Over the years I have used many computers however, the Chromebook has worked best for school work.
A successful college student with low vision shares her tips on how to survive midterms/finals.
Latest research on the benefits of self-driving cars for people with disabilities.
Learn how to take advantage of shortcut keys from a power user!
Paths to Technology interview with Brian Toskey, NWEA Product Manager
Introduced act to help make technology affordable for people with disabilities.
Have a student who is taking a computer science class? Check out this information about computer science accessibility!
A successful college student with low vision shares her experiences using educational materials from AIM.
PowerPoints are used in classrooms and businesses. Are your PowerPoints accessible?
If you use these applications, read this critical information before updating to the next version of Windows 10!
A successful college student discusses the skill of self-advocacy and how she developed this skill.
Are you debating about installing iOS 10.3? Here is what the experts have to say.
Let Perkins eLearning guide you toward creating your organizational membership and launching your Bookshare program in 2 weeks!
Can 3D models be educational for students who are blind?
Team of blind students battling in a robotics competition.
Interested in gaming? Check out this article and video!
What does your student do when his/her peers are taking an on-line assessment? Here is a truly accessible mainstream assessment available to students with VIB!
Kindle books are now compatible with NVDA!
A blind undergraduate student shares her passion for designed and building space instruments.
Are you interested in astronomy for students who are visually impaired? Check out this exciting opportunity for educators and their students!

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