Keynote for iOs: A PowerPoint Alternative for the Blind

In this video, Macy gives a tutorial of Keynote for iOs. 

Comparing Smart Home Devices for the Blind and Visually Impaired

In this video, Macy compares the Amazon Echo, Google Home, and Apple HomePod in terms of accessibility for the blind and visually impaired. 

Submitting Assignments in Google Classroom for iOs

 In this video, Macy gives a tutorial on submitting assignments in Google Classroom for iOs and describes the various options for assignment submission. The following post lists the options for submitting in Classroom and when to use each. Drive: This option allows you to submit files from your Google Drive. You can submit any fileContinue reading “Submitting Assignments in Google Classroom for iOs”

An Introduction to the Focus 40 Blue Refreshable Braille Display

In this video, Caitlyn provides an introduction to the Focus 40 Blue’s features and briefly explains the functionality of each of the buttons.

A Comparison of Three Screen Readers: JAWS, NVDA, and Voiceover

In this video, Caitlyn compares and contrasts the top three screen readers: JAWS, NVDA, and Voiceover.

Using Google Classroom for iOS with Voiceover

Google Classroom is the learning management system used by most public schools in Arkansas. The Classroom app for iOS is typically the easiest platform for blind and visually impaired students to access their Google classes. In this video, Macy talks about Google Classroom and discusses the layout of the Classroom app. Click here for theContinue reading “Using Google Classroom for iOS with Voiceover”

MLA 8 Formatting Keystrokes

1. Type your name, class, instructor’s name, and due date on separate lines. 2. Press ctrl+e to center the text. 3. Type the title. 4. Press enter to go to the next line and ctrl+l to left-align the text. 5. Type the rest of the paper. Press ctrl+a to select all of the text andContinue reading “MLA 8 Formatting Keystrokes”

Web Browsing with Mozilla Firefox and NVDA

Go to the address bar: alt + d Open new tab: ctrl + t Move by heading: h Move by link: k Move by visited link: v Move by edit box: e Move by table: t Move by radio button: a Move by checkbox: x Move by list: l Keyword search: capslock + ctrl +f Start editing an editContinue reading “Web Browsing with Mozilla Firefox and NVDA”