GW Micro is offering classes for students, assistive technology professionals, rehab counselors, or anyone wanting to get a thorough training in Window-Eyes. This could benefit a number of different audiences, whether you already use the program and want a better understanding of its uses or if you’re using it for the first time. The two […]
WHAT: 2010 Tech Expo, Sponsored by PATINS Project (Promoting Achievement Through Technology and Instruction for all Students) WHEN: April 20, 2010 – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. WHERE: Crowne Plaza at Historic Union Station, 123 West Louisiana Street, Indianapolis IN 46225 Who Should Attend: K-12 Educators, parents, students, vocational rehabilitation counselors, case managers, users of […]
This is INDATA’s 100th blog post! To celebrate, we’re going to take a look back at the last 100 years and see what advances have been made in history concerning disabilities.
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Today I am reviewing the iDex. This assistive technology device is no ordinary magnifier. It’s easy to use, lightweight, requires no batteries and contains so many options for optimal use. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?