03 Aug Inclusion in action: Jack shows students what’s possible with Office 365, a screen reader and a keyboard
Inclusion in action: Jack shows students what’s possible with Office 365, a screen reader and a keyboard
Today, we meet Jack Mendez, an instructor, at the Louisiana Center for the Blind. Jack shows his students the full power of technology, and teaches them about the accessibility features and capabilities in Office 365 and Windows 10. Jack’s story is part of our Inclusion in action series announced last month, highlighting how accessible technologies enable transformative change.
Here’s his story.google.com, pub-3447701155434117, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 google.com, pub-3447701155434117, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0
When a sighted person walks into Jack Mendez’s classroom, one of the first things they notice is a workstation without a screen. For Jack, this is a striking example how far assistive technology has advanced.
“I have a computer without a screen, and that’s intentional because I want people to understand that all you need is a keyboard and some headphones.” said Jack. “You can produce and consume content and use the computer…. go to full storygoogle.com, pub-3447701155434117, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0