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Blind people need PowerPoints too!
Make videos and movies easier to see for students with visual impairments with these tips.
Review of the most popular accessible OCR apps.
A video tutorial for students on how to take notes in class using Word and JAWS and how to organize these notes.
Accessible math worksheets for the digital classroom - includes step-by-step instructions on how to access these worksheets!
An interactive, accessible app for iOS and Android devices!
Continue building math numeracy with fun tactile characters (animals and objects) and counting skills.
The under-utilized tool for students with visual impairments and/or blindness.
You can add Braille Font to your iOS device - including importing braille font to apps like GoodNotes!
Jose interviews Gary O'Donoghue, British journalist who is currently working for BBC News in Washington, D.C.
Build a mental map and full understanding of the ribbon using these activities!
Event summary and resource list for my West Virginia AER talk on July 7, 2021 about going to college with vision loss.
This Eagle Scout Project includes guidelines for creating accessible maps and map examples.
Terrific resource explaining CVI designed for gen ed staff training!
James interviews Ms. Melody Goodspeed who holds a bachelor's in communications from George Mason University and works for AFB's Resource Development.
Build beginning math skills with simple to create - and share - shape-related graphics worksheets!
A video tutorial for students to create an effective agenda, organize months, dates, times and events.
Here's your chance to be a part of an At Your Level podcast!
Immersive Reader, a reading tool, is now available in Outlook Desktop, Teams mobile, OneDrive and SharePoint!
Start the school year with a daily journal activity!
Love your job but hate the paperwork? Here are handouts and forms just for you!
Preparing students for college success through Envision, a series of videos by Dany Acosta!
Learn about what multisensory learning looks like and why it’s necessary to ensure full access to education for children with CVI.
Research shows there is a neurological and physiological reason why individuals with CVI become so easily fatigued.
Build those preschool & early elementary skills with simple to create - and share - Mazes using the GoodNotes app and a tactile graphics machine.
What are the benefits to students who blog on P2T?
Helpful tips for embossing using a tactile graphics machine.
Connect with role models who have disabilities and who are thriving in STEAM careers!
Best practices when creating metro maps!
Creative educators are using mainstream hobby tools to create embossed tactile and braille materials for students!
TVIs should be setting the example - make your Facebook posts accessible!
Get to know each student's preferred learning style while introducing self-advocacy concepts with this student survey!
Learn how I outline research papers with OneNote, a free Microsoft Office application that is available across many devices and supports AT.
Start the school year off with this friendly accessible ice breaker activity!
How to quickly create tactile iPad overlays using a tactile graphics machine, how to add sim braille, and how to add print and braille.
Card game to practice greater than, less than and equals!
Step-by-step tutorial on how to quickly and easily create digital images to run through a PIAF or Swell machine.
Making charts, graphs and maps on websites and mobile apps accessible!
Spice up multiplications drills and Nemeth or UEB Code skills with this fun activity!
Find the right Mac VoiceOver tutorial for you!
This is an accessible test creation and administration program.
Tips for disabled students experiencing academic ableism, bullying, or discrimination in the classroom, from a student with low vision.
Touch the Universe with these 3D printed materials from NASA and its Chandra and Hubble telescopes!
A variety of tools that enable students to create tactile images and diagrams.
Wondering how to get started with introducing young students to accessible digital math skills?
Using fun manipulatives to introduce and teach greater than/less than and graphing math skills to students K-3.
Use Microsoft Word templates to create quick and easy digital files for PIAF and Swell machines.
Cheyenne interviews Sajja Koirala a PhD Communication student at Hawaii Univsersity who is involved in accessibility and audio description.
Turning satellite images into sounds!
Spatial Tech Standards are unique to students who are blind or low vision; learn how to teach these foundational skills to young students!

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