Learn how you can attach all these tools to a teacher's computer so everyone can interact with what is going on in the classroom, no matter how far away it is from the student

Watch Youtube video: ipad, braille display, external keyboard attach to teacher's computer for blind/low vision students

For more lessons on Mac/iTools and braille display, go to: Mac/iTools

Only using the arrow keys, just about anyone can move around and navigate this website. Go to a multitude of different games and have fun by answering questions with yes, just the arrow keys. Try this site out: Hark the Sound

Internet Explorer does not support this site–use Firefox

Learn how to create work on a Mac or Pc and send to your student on their iPad, ipod or iphone using Dropbox (iPad example is given, but same techniques work for other iTools). After the student opens and completes the work, they send it back to the teacher for correction.

For more lessons on Mac/iTools and braille display, go to: Mac/iTools

For more lessons on writing in Word and braille display, go to: Word

If you raise the bar of expectation for yourself, your children, your students, you will raise to that expectation.
However, if you expect little, do little, you will have little and reach that low bar of expectation too.
People live down or up to one's expectations. If you are a teacher, and we all are, raise the bar, expect a great deal, teach to that level and you will see people do more than they ever expected.

Apple has recently launched a telephone number for accessibility related questions and technical support. The toll-free number is (877) 204-3930.
Representatives are available to assist with iOS inquiries Monday-Friday 6 am to 11 pm, and Saturday and Sunday 6 am to 10 PM central time. For all other products, specialists are available 8 am to 10 PM central time, 7 days a week. This number can also be used to file accessibility bug reports, according to the representative we spoke with.

Font Resize