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Learning to read braille? Check out this device!
Need accommodations? Here are some tips!
What3Words is transforming navigation as we know it - learn how this mainstream tool might impact O&M.
Here is everything I have at my dorm desk, complete with shopping links!
Here is a creative, fun way to teach and reinforce braille skills!
Have fun practicing your math skills!
How I see the world with four eyes open!
Does your student have the tech skills required for editing documents, finding misspelled words and correcting punctuation errors?
Check out these cool new voices!
How accessible is Google?
Strategies to include the sighted student in the Braille World and beyond.
A special post for the best guide I have!
Microsoft's research project on indoor navigation - what do you think?
This post will focus on the Fitbit Fitness Tracker, its accessibility, and some basic comparisons between units for blind and low vision users.
How to master college and city buses!
Help your young student to be creative!
Curious about braille? Here is way to support YOUR child's education!
The most - asked about item on my resume -better than taking an AP class!
Creating accessible O&M experience books using the Book Creator app.
Thinking about taking virtual classes in high school? You will want to read this!
Are you struggling with low vision in high school? Read what this successful student has to say about college accommodations!
Not just pictures the iPhone camera has a recording feature for keeping track of important information. This blog describes how I use this feature.
"Turning the visual world into an audible experience."
What kind of tech do college students with low vision need to know?
My Ruby is more valuable than a real ruby.
For $39.99, a person who is blind can buy an app that will give him freedom in navigation and mobility.
Do you know what the different patterns mean?
A successful college student with low vision and chronic illness shares her reasons for having a desktop computer along with a laptop.
Learn to use the What's the Complexity Framework to guide the educational team in designing a visually accessible school day for for children with CVI.
How would you like to learn about a technology device that has helped thousands of blind or visually impaired people? This blog will tell you what I think are t
Be My Eyes is an app for people with visual impairments. This app connects with a real person who can help you read something that you can not see.
A successful college student with low vision shares her accessibility experiences with the Kindle Fire.
How do I get there? Important college locations for O&M instruction.
Are you visually impaired and accident prone? Here are some ideas on how to deal with injuries.
In this post, we will look at the new update to the TextGrabber app, explore its new features, and determine which populations would benefit most from its use.
Braille notetaker vs. braille display? Learn about the pros and cons!
Try this accessible reading app!
A successful college student with low vision shares 10 free college library resources that are not found on shelves!
Do you need to see things without all the strain? Yeah, there's an app for that.
Here is a another way for students with low vision to view what is on the board.
Want to learn how to use the Seeing Eye GPS app? Check this out!
Accessible iBook was created to explain blue items for students with visual impairments.
A successful college student with low vision and chronic pain shares what tools she carries with her to class.
In this article, I look at three web applications to try to assess how usable they might be for people with visual impairments.
Having trouble navigating a smart phone? Try this!
In this video, Ellen Mazel talks about how complexity affects children in phase 1 of Cortical Visual Impairment, as measured on Christine Roman's CVI range.
Using an active learning approach to teach science to students with severe special needs or multiple disabilities
In their science project, Howard and Kristen tested the "bounciness" of three types of balls.
Participants will be provided an overview of a few of the microsites available for use within Perkins eLearning, and what each site can offer the reader.
A parent shares resources on self-determination and transition into adulthood for youth who are deafblind, blind or visually impaired, including those with multiple disabilities or other special needs.

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