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How To Create High Resolution Images For Users With Low Vision

How To Create High Resolution Images For Users With Low Vision

Learn what high resolution images are, why they are important, how to create high resolution images, and where to find them.

RBDigital Magazines and Zinio For Libraries Review

RBDigital Magazines and Zinio For Libraries Review

Read magazines on your iPad, Android, or Kindle in an accessible format for free using Zinio for Libraries and RBDigital app.

Notability and Low Vision Review

Notability and Low Vision Review

My review of the iPad app Notability, and how to integrate it into the classroom. Also includes tips for teaching students how to use it.

Five US Government Resources on Assistive Technology

Five US Government Resources on Assistive Technology

Five websites from the US Government that educate visitors on disability and assistive technology.

Instructor Evaluations and Low Vision

Instructor Evaluations and Low Vision

How to make instructor evaluations accessible to students with vision impairments and print disabilities while preserving privacy and anonymity.

How To Create Tactile Images With Everyday Objects

How To Create Tactile Images With Everyday Objects

How to use common household objects and craft supplies to create tactile (3D) images, great for math and science classes.

How Do People With Low Vision…Go To Conferences?

How Do People With Low Vision…Go To Conferences?

How to attend conferences and events related to assistive technology and disability with low vision, written with venues of various sizes in mind.

Quizlet And Low Vision

Quizlet And Low Vision

How I use Quizlet, a free study app that supports large print and screen readers.

How Do People With Low Vision…Participate In Science Fairs?

How Do People With Low Vision…Participate In Science Fairs?

How to participate in science fairs with low vision/vision impairment.

Eight Things You Need To Know About Your IEP

Eight Things You Need To Know About Your IEP

Eight items every student must know about their IEP so they can self-advocate.