Talking software commands for Google Classroom


Learn those must have commands to move around classroom easily and with confidence. Open the work--learn those commands to enable accessibility, complete it and share back to teacher.

Multiple tricks of the trade at Talking software commands for Google Classroom

Refreshable Braille device from University of Michigan


Reading a computer screen in Braille is a cumbersome process today. The visually impaired people who rely on the system of raised dots only have access to one line at a time. Beyond that, current systems don't translate charts or graphs. A team of researchers from Michigan Engineering and the School of Music, Theater and Dance are working on a solution. Their technology, which has been described as a leader in the field, relies on pneumatic use of liquid or air to shrink the mechanism and expand it so it can display more at once.

Changing Braille Displays and other Adaptive Technology into UEB


Updated! The Unofficial Guide to Changing Braille Displays and other Adaptive Technology into UEB

Are you Color Blind--take this test


Color Blind Home Page

Here are the tests you need to see if you have color blind issues.

2015 of What Technology does a blind person need to be successful


The stats are in and once again PC leads the way on the must need technology, following right behind with iOS on a mobile device. Though Jaws still leads the way in screen reader access, other talking software is on the rise since these are free and people do like free.

Depending on your job will depend on what type of power you need in a screen reader device: For my students, they need a minimum of 2, some instances 3. It is being prepared for anything that comes one's way is the key. Combine that with an iOS device and our students have the power they need to do anything.

Making Inaccessible Docs/work Accessible


Here is a student making an inaccessible image doc--accessible with dochub

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