‘Keystroke’ App Teaches Touch-Typing and Gets Blind Students Used to Text-to-Speech Engines

14 Oct

The New Mexico Commission for the Blind has developed a free program, Keystroke, to teach touch-typing to blind and visually-impaired students using their preferred screen reader. The program is available for Windows and Mac OS X, and works with the … Read More »

How to Make Bulletin Boards Accessible to Blind Students

22 May
"We Love Braille" bulletin board for blind students

As soon as children walk through the door into school, they are in a reading-rich environment thanks to the plethora of classroom signs, posters, calendars and—especially—bulletin boards. Sighted children take in the information incidentally by seeing it, but what about … Read More »