Chromevox with Chrome for Blind access–sometimes, it is just needed if the district has all their networks going through Chromegoogle.com, pub-3447701155434117, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 google.com, pub-3447701155434117, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0
Take those scanned images saved as a PDF that are completely inaccessible and show a person how to write directly on them with text, save it and email to teacher for completed copy.
A great low vision trick with talking software: Geometry talking software Low vision incredible PDF/image trick
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing has announced persons legally residing in the U.S. who are blind or visually impaired can now request a free currency reader from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) by downloading the required application from the BEP’s website (www.bep.gov). The application must be filled out completely, signed by a competent authority that can certify eligibility, and returned to the mailing address provided on the form. Estimated delivery time is 6-8 weeks. The currency reader device, called iBill Currency Identifier, provides a convenient means for blind or visually impaired individuals to identify all U.S. bills. The U.S. Currency Reader Program is a component of the BEP’s initiative to provide meaningful access to Federal Reserve notes. For more information call toll-free 844-815-9388 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The announcement below is from the Bureau of Engravings and Printing (BEP) regarding the availability of currency readers. Here is a link to the webpage with the article that has been pasted in below: http://www.bep.gov/
If you are just starting out using NVDA-the free talking screen reader from Australia and are a visual teacher, this overlay image will help you get your students going and learning the talking software.
Just go to AccessIQ at: http://www.accessiq.org/content/nvda-screen-reader-keyboard-overlays and see the possibilities