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Choosing a Braille Display – TTT Companion

Choosing a Braille Display – TTT Companion

Prerequisites ✔︎ CHECK Before moving on, does your learner even need a braille display? Before deciding WHICH braille display matches your learner, it is important to consider if a braille display will even help. Sometimes it doesn’t. To best guide...

The Three Parts of Accessibility

The Three Parts of Accessibility

The author emphasizes the need to redefine accessibility as a relationship between the content, the tools used to access it, and the skills of the user. They encourage professionals to not only advocate for accessibility standards but also consider the tools and instruction needed for users with visual impairments to access content effectively.

JAWS Braille Viewer

JAWS Braille Viewer

The text discusses the challenges of teaching a student to use a braille display with JAWS and suggests using the built-in Braille Viewer feature as a solution. The Braille Viewer allows teachers to see what is on the braille display, both in braille and in print, to assist their learners and learn advanced skills without needing an additional braille display.

Creating Tables in Google Docs with a Screen Reader

Creating Tables in Google Docs with a Screen Reader

The text discusses the similarities between screen readers, operating systems, and programs, emphasizing that the key commands in Microsoft Word and Google Docs are almost exactly the same. It then provides steps for creating tables in Google Docs using a screen reader, highlighting the importance of understanding rows and columns.

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