Podcast: Play in new window | Download Panelists: Brian Norton, Josh Anderson, Belva Smith, Tracy Castillo ATFAQ168 – Q1. AT for Reading, Q2. AT for Writing, Q3. AT for Math, Q4. Wildcard: Who do I talk to about accommodation or assistive technology at school ——— Transcript Starts Here ——– Speaker 1: I have a question. […]
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ATU583 – ImaginAble Solutions with Lianna Genovese
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Your weekly dose of information that keeps you up to date on the latest developments in the field of technology designed to assist people with disabilities and special needs. Special Guest: Lianna Genovese – CEO and Founder – ImaginAble Solutions Inc. Website: https://www.imaginablesolutions.ca/ or Google: Guided Hands Email: firstname.lastname@example.org RHI […]
ATFAQ150 – Q1. Note Taking solutions for students, Q2. Prep and organizing thoughts for writing assignments, Q3. Solutions for low vision in educational environment, Q4. Where to request accommodations in higher ed, Q5. Wildcard: Tips and info for students before heading off to school.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Panelists: Brian Norton, Josh Anderson, Belva Smith, Tracy Castillo. ATFAQ150 – Q1. Note Taking solutions for students, Q2. Prep and organizing thoughts for writing assignments, Q3. Solutions for low vision in an educational environment, Q4. Where to request accommodations in higher Ed, Q5. Wildcard: Tips and info for […]
Write About This: An app to inspire writing
When it comes to writing, many students are rather uninspired. The developers behind the Write About This app acknowledge this fact and have thus designed an app to spark one’s creativity to encourage writing for students ages 8 and up! The Write About This app, in sum, is a visual writing prompt and creation platform. It was […]
Go back to school with these apps by AssistiveWare!
New backpack? Check! New school supplies? Check! New schedule? Check! That’s right, it’s your child’s favorite time of year, time to get back to classes, studying, and homework! (Or is it the parents’ favorite time of year, the time they finally get a break from entertaining the little ones all summer?) Well, either way, school is in […]
Dyslexie: a font to help dyslexics read better
Did you know the term “dyslexia” is derived from the Latin word “dys,” which translates to difficult, and the Greek word “lexia,” which translates to words? Therefore, the meaning of dyslexia literally translates to “difficulty with words.” Roughly 10 percent of the world’s population is affected by this learning disability, which makes it difficult to read and write. Dutch […]