In this podcast, Macy, Cole, and Caitlyn talk about dining out. They discuss the pros and cons of sit-down restaurants, fast-food chains, and the dreaded buffet.
In this video, Macy compares the Amazon Echo, Google Home, and Apple HomePod in terms of accessibility for the blind and visually impaired.
In this video, Macy gives ten tips for paraprofessionals working with blind and visually impaired students. The following list is a summary of the video. Note: The need for a classroom aid should be decided on a case-by-case basis. All blind students do not need a para pro, and each student who does need extraContinue reading “Tips for Paraprofessionals with Blind and Visually Impaired Students”
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”
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”
Jump to the address bar: alt+d Move by heading: h Open new tab: control + t Move by button: b Move by edit field: e Move by checkbox: x Move by radio button: a Open a list of links on the page: insert+f7 Move by table: t Move by link: k Move by list: lContinue reading “Web Browsing with Mozilla Firefox and JAWS”
*These keystrokes only work under the following conditions: • Gmail.com is open in Mozilla Firefox • -Gmail is set to basic HTML view, (enable this using the link near the top of the gmail webpage) • Keystrokes are enabled under Gmail’s accessibility settings Open inbox: alt+shift+i Jump to message list: The gmail inbox is aContinue reading “Gmail with JAWS and NVDA (Hotkeys)”
Hello, and welcome to Challenge Solutions. This website is created and maintained by a group of blind students for blind students and their teachers. Our mission is to provide lessons about life and technology for the blind and visually impaired via our blog, podcast, and YouTube channel. To have our latest activity around the InternetContinue reading “Welcome to Challenge Solutions”