Using assistive technology with Respondus LockDown Browser for taking tests in college
Virtual reality technology has been changing how many different industries present and interpret information, and education is no exception. While it may not be feasible to travel halfway around the world to visit a museum or landmark, it’s certainly easy to find an app or […]
It is incredibly frustrating when a visually impaired student is not able to use a calculator in the math classroom with the rest of their peers, all because there isn’t a calculator that is accessible for them. I know this from experience- in my high […]
Dedicated to beagle butt, who attended over 50 therapy dog reading programs and helped dozens of children be comfortable around dogs. This week, a news story went viral about a therapy dog reading program in Minnesota. One of the dogs in the program, named Sting, […]
Five math websites accessible for students with low vision, blindness, vision impairments, and their peers.
I’ve talked a lot about the lessons I learned from various staff members at my schools, including my teacher of the visually impaired and my case manager- read the post about my TVI here and my case manager here. However, my guidance counselors were also […]