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A college student who is deafblind due to Usher Syndrome discusses his experience with his first phone interview.
Can anyone direct me to a website or document summarizing regulations and OCR rulings regarding students with disabilities recording classes?
Having trouble seeing the small text or items on your iOS device?
Check out this list of audio described iTunes movies!
Have you ever been told you cannot do something, just because you are visually impaired? YOU BELONG.
A 10th grade student and his teachers are interviewed about the benefits of using an iPad.
Learn general information and how to set up an Amazon Echo.
Designing websites and online resources that are favorable for colorblind users.
Maze Day is an annual event tech-related educational games and activities for students with visual impairments hosted by the UNC's computer science department.
Comparison of popular search engines that are safe, appropriate and accessible for young students.
Tips for creating a Yahoo Mail Account - including CAPTCHA issues!
Looking for free digital books for students who are visually impaired, blind or print disabled? Check out Bookshare!
Michelle shares her experiences and tips that helped her prepare for college success.
Have questions about teaching math and/or science to students who are visually impaired? This institute is for you!
Students, did you forget to log out of your Gmail account on an open school computer?
A successful college student shares her tips about how to enjoy a museum as a low vision patron.
Tips and strategies to make statistics and probability accessible to students who are blind or visually impaired
VoiceOver on my iPad repeatedly announces, "S L N C 800". Example: When on my Home screen moving between app options, VoiceOver will announce the app then, "S L N C 800". This started in iOS 10; I...
McGowan, a parent of a teenager who is deafblind, describes the transition planning process for her son as he began preparing to go from high school to college.
A worker who is blind discusses his experience of being promoted in his job, including the obstacles and successes.
Do you have a hobby or passion? What can you do with $25,000?!
Learn about settings, fonts, apps and other tricks that are beneficial for students with dyslexia.
This experiment provides a low cost solution for investigating the rate of photosynthesis for students who are blind and visually impaired.
A fun alternative to a standard lesson about the structure of DNA is to use different types of candy to represent the different components of the DNA molecule.
A successful college student shares her tools and tricks on how to start the semester off right - How to Pick Housing.
Learning mainstream keyboard shortcuts flows into learning screen reader keyboard shortcuts for students with low vision.
This hands-on activity allows students who are blind or visually impaired to "build" a model of the solar system showing relative distances between planets.
A simplified Internet search using voice commands.
How can iBeacons, little plastic devices, help travelers who are visually impaired?
In this activity, students who are blind or visually impaired are introduced to the structure of DNA and learn to "read" the code found in the nitrogen bases (the rungs).
A high school student with a visual impairment shares her personal experience of being in a school for sighted students.
Want to get an accurate thermometer reading using a smart thermometer and smartphone?
This FREE literacy program is offering digital books, an accessible e-reading app and iPads to access those digital books!
Tips to prepare students with visual impairment to correctly interpret tables and tactile graphics in science class beginning in early grades.
A college student with deafblindness shares his thoughts on preparing to meet employers.
This webinar addresses the role of the ophthalmologist in a multidisciplinary team approach to working with children with Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI).
These math tips and strategies are compiled from suggestions made by a team of experts as part of a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Getting started video on the basics of using NVDA to navigate a website.
Need help? Go to your personalized Apple Support App for assistance!
In this article we look at the usability of the popular coding program with the VoiceOver screenreader.
Tired of wearing bifocals or swamping out reading glasses? These futuristic glasses may be for you!
This activity, appropriate for a warm up, has students with visual impairments compare the final results of mitosis and meiosis and can be played as a competitive game.
Learn music technology at Enchanted Hills Camp in Napa.
College Student with low vision reviews the AmazonFresh grocery delivery service.
This interactive activity allows students who are blind or visually impaired to practice interview skills and better understand the employment process.
Use this CSI-related activity to help your students learn about self-advocacy!
Google's Project Bloks is a development platform for tangible programming, to help kids develop computational thinking through playful coding experiences.
Learn how to transform math material such as worksheets and textbooks into HTML content that students can access on iOS devices or a WINDOWS computer.
Use MadLibs to build social skills with students who are blind or visually impaired.
Step-by-step instructions on keyboard shortcuts - dedicated to screen reader users.