Jim Rinehart, Assistive Technology Specialist, at Easterseals Crossroads shows us a workaround for JAWS 18/JAWS 2018 users to be able to use Mozzilla Firefox. Check it out here:
Did you know braille books are nearly a square foot in size, and the average novel spans several volumes? To make books more accessible and portable, Perkins Library introduced the Orbit Reader 20 earlier this month. The Orbit Reader 20 is a brand new, refreshable braille display that makes books readily available like a Kindle. At […]
Brian Norton, Manager of Clinical Assistive Technology, at Easter Seals Crossroads, shows us shows us two iOS built in screen reader options: speak selection and speak screen. Check it out here:
There are no built-in screen readers for Windows operating systems and the screen reader software compatible had cost hundreds of dollars until a year ago when Ai Squared and GW Micro merged and partnered with Microsoft last year and started providing “people who are blind, visually impaired, or print disabled with a completely functional and free […]
Wade Wingler takes you inside the INDATA Project’s Assistive Technology Museum to talk about old technologies and describe how they have changed over the last few decades. In this video, he demonstrates the use of adaptive screen readers. Having trouble viewing the video? Click here! Click here to visit our archived videos.
Information from the INDATA Project is now available via podcast! Every Friday, the INDATA Project will release two podcasts featuring new assistive technology projects. The podcasts are available for viewing on the INDATA Project website and on iTunes. The “Assistive Technology Update” is a fast-paced weekly update for AT professionals and enthusiasts. The “Accessibility Minute” […]