If you have talked to me about assistive technology in the last few months, there’s a high chance that I have mentioned Microsoft Immersive Reader and how it can help students with vision impairments and print disabilities. I have been using this tool a lot […]
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One of the most common things I hear from people with vision impairments is that it’s very difficult to get technical support when using assistive technology. One of my friends gave the example of when they had a problem accessing something with JAWS, and the […]
As a college student, I have had the opportunity to help many friends and friends of friends with their technology issues over the years. Whenever I help them though, I like to show them exactly what I am doing so that way they can learn […]
Using Microsoft Sway, a free PowerPoint alternative that impresses professors and is accessible to screen readers
My experiences with the Microsoft Office Specialist certification and low vision. The most asked about item on my resume, better than taking an AP class!