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Low Vision Technology Assessment

This checklist of technology skills is a helpful tool to identify where a student with low vision is performing in the use of assistive technology devices.
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Assistive Technology Assessment Summary

This Assistive Technology Assessment Summary can be used as a follow-up to a Learning Media Assessment (LMA) to help to determine what type of assistive technology would be most beneficial.
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Inexpensive Assistive Technology for Struggling Readers

This article examines a variety of free and inexpensive programs that can be used to address the learning needs of students with reading deficits.
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Technology Supports for Struggling Readers

35-page training module that addresses five research-based components of effective reading programs: phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, comp
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The GumDrop iPad Case

The GumDrop iPad Case is a protective case that is available for iPads, iPhones, or iPhones.
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Digital Image and Graphic Resources for Accessible Materials

Overview of The DIAGRAM Center website, which has been created to improve the way image and graphic content for accessible instructional materials (AIM) is produced and accessed.

Adaptive Equipment to Promote Literacy

List of software, hardware, and resources that help students with multiple disabilities participate in reading and writing

W3C MathML Software List

Directory of software that uses MathML
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Access Technology Blog

Find out the latest information about access technology for users who are blind or visually impaired through this blog from NFB.

Using Computers to Teach Literacy Skills

Tips on how computer activities can be used to promote language acquisition, improve understanding of symbols, pictures, words with deafblind students

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