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Visual Assistance Apps: Post Round Up

Visual Assistance Apps: Post Round Up

I’ve written about several visual assistance apps on Veronica With Four Eyes, and how I use visual assistance apps with low vision in my day-to-day life. However, it can be difficult to keep track of what each service does, and how it is used. For…

Ways I Use My Google Chromecast For Virtual Learning

Ways I Use My Google Chromecast For Virtual Learning

Earlier today, I was working with a new web-based application for one of my classes and discovered that I was having trouble switching between multiple different windows/tabs of the same app, and started thinking of ways that I could solve this problem. In order to…

Using The Raz-Kids App With Visual Impairment

Using The Raz-Kids App With Visual Impairment

Earlier today, I received an email from a parent asking about using the Raz-Kids app with visual impairment and if the app could be used independently by an older elementary school-aged student with low vision. I’ve used this app in the past when helping students…

Earning The Google GSuite Certification With Low Vision

Earning The Google GSuite Certification With Low Vision

Several weeks ago, I became Google Cloud Certified in GSuite, after I had previously earned the Google Certified Educator certifications earlier this year. As someone who uses Google products on their mobile devices and with different student groups on campus, I was excited to finally…

Socratic App Accessibility Review

Socratic App Accessibility Review

As a college student studying data science, I have to have a basic understanding of different subjects and topics so that I can better understand the data I am working with and how to best create a simulation or analyze the data for a given…

Becoming A Google Certified Educator Level 2 With Low Vision

Becoming A Google Certified Educator Level 2 With Low Vision

After I passed the Google Certified Educator Level 1 exam, I received a few messages from other educators asking if I was going to take the Google Certified Educator Level 2 exam, which focuses more on using Google products in the classroom and ways to…

How I Create Citations For Research Papers

How I Create Citations For Research Papers

Over the years, I have had several awesome teachers and professors who have helped me learn how to write essays and research papers for my classes quickly and efficiently. Because of them, I have earned consistently high scores on all of my writing assignments and…

How I Outline Research Papers With OneNote

How I Outline Research Papers With OneNote

Over the years, I have had several awesome teachers and professors who have helped me learn how to write essays and research papers for my classes quickly and efficiently. Because of them, I have earned consistently high scores on all of my writing assignments and…

Skillshare Accessibility For Visual Impairment

Skillshare Accessibility For Visual Impairment

While it’s no secret that I love taking online classes at my college, I’ve also been taking some informal creative classes on the Skillshare platform for the last several months so I could learn more about different topics that intersect with my research interests. One…

Learning To Use Dictation As Assistive Technology With Low Vision

Learning To Use Dictation As Assistive Technology With Low Vision

As more students with low vision transition to online learning, one of the questions I have received from students and teachers alike is if I have any tips for learning to use dictation as assistive technology with low vision. While I do not use dictation…

My Favorite Web Browser Extensions For Virtual Learning

My Favorite Web Browser Extensions For Virtual Learning

After taking over three dozen virtual classes and countless more online hybrid classes, I have learned firsthand how using web browser extensions for virtual learning can make a huge difference in how well I do in my virtual classes. While these extensions don’t help me…

Pocket App Accessibility For Visual Impairment

Pocket App Accessibility For Visual Impairment

Recently, one of my friends was asking me about a way to read articles and browse websites offline with assistive technology, and I was excited to tell them all about the Pocket app accessibility for visual impairment. The Pocket app has grown in popularity over…

Clarisketch App For Low Vision Review

Clarisketch App For Low Vision Review

During my senior year of high school, I had the opportunity to share my favorite apps that I use as a student with low vision in the classroom in a presentation to the school district, and one of the apps I mentioned that I still…

Ways To Read Webpages Without A Traditional Screen Reader

Ways To Read Webpages Without A Traditional Screen Reader

As a person with low vision, I personally prefer to read text in large print whenever possible. However, there are times when I am unable to read text due to eye strain, the largest font size available is too small, or I am dealing with…

Becoming A Google Certified Educator Level 1 With Low Vision

Becoming A Google Certified Educator Level 1 With Low Vision

Since I write a lot about technology in the classroom on my website, I frequently get questions about all sorts of different products and technologies from all of the major tech companies. In order to better help others who have questions about Google products, I…