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How Amazon Alexa Can Help You Listen To History

How Amazon Alexa Can Help You Listen To History

One of the many interesting talents that the Amazon Alexa possesses is the ability to allow users to listen to history, whether that be through vintage recordings, old-time radio, or learning new things. Here is a selection of free skills that show how Amazon Alexa […]

Using Popplet With Low Vision

Using Popplet With Low Vision

Earlier this summer, I was trying to find a way to remember how to open a very confusing door at a hotel I was staying at, and decided to download Popplet to see if it would help me find a way to organize instructions. I […]

How To Watch Audio Described Movies On Your Next Flight

How To Watch Audio Described Movies On Your Next Flight

There’s nothing like being able to watch a movie and relax while on a flight, and with recent technology updates, now blind and visually impaired passengers can learn how to watch audio described movies while on their next flight. I recently discovered this while on […]

My Experience at the Grace Hopper Celebration 2018

My Experience at the Grace Hopper Celebration 2018

At the end of September, I had the incredible opportunity to attend the Grace Hopper Conference in Houston, Texas as part of Microsoft’s Women in Computing Award. I was able to learn a lot about computer science, technology, accessibility, and the importance of diversity in […]

Using DoorDash With Vision Impairment

Using DoorDash With Vision Impairment

Whenever I am in an unfamiliar place, I love trying new foods and restaurants so I can broaden my horizons. I’ve had amazing pineapple upside down pancakes, discovered a love for kimchi fries and kimchi rice bowls, devoured some of the best breakfast tacos I’ve […]

How To Create Custom iOS Shortcuts

How To Create Custom iOS Shortcuts

This is post 3 of 3 on how to create custom Shortcuts . Read part 1 on using the iOS Shortcuts app with vision impairment here and read part 2 on Shortcuts that help the vision impaired here. There are many creative Shortcuts out there […]

Ten iOS Shortcuts For Vision Impairment

Ten iOS Shortcuts For Vision Impairment

This is post 2 of 3 on iOS Shortcuts that help the vision impaired. Read part 1 on using the iOS Shortcuts app with vision impairment here and read part 3 on how to create custom Shortcuts here iOS Shortcuts can be used for a variety […]

Using iOS Shortcuts With Vision Impairment

Using iOS Shortcuts With Vision Impairment

This is post 1 of 3 on using the iOS Shortcuts app with vision impairment. Read part 2 on Shortcuts that help the vision impaired here and part 3 on how to create custom Shortcuts here. In the latest iOS 12 update, a new app […]

How To Use DonorsChoose in the Classroom

How To Use DonorsChoose in the Classroom

I have a deep appreciation for the teachers that I interacted with during my time in Virginia Public Schools. They did as much as they could to ensure that all students had equal opportunities, though sometimes a lack of funding meant that some students would […]

Ten Spooky Inaccessible Assignments and How To Fix Them

Ten Spooky Inaccessible Assignments and How To Fix Them

As a student in middle and high school, I would often get inaccessible assignments that I couldn’t read with my low vision, and I had trouble explaining what the exact problem was with the assignment- which is perfectly reasonable given it’s hard to be an […]