Learning Paths

for “Diving Into Braille Displays”

The eye.t “Learning Paths” is a feature unique to “Diving Into Braille Displays”. Use this feature to learn only the skills you are ready for.

Step 1: Determine Your Learning Path using our Learning Path Diagnostic Test.

Step 2: View Your Learning Path Page.

Step 3: Follow your learning path. Only watch videos and complete activities that are a part of YOUR Learning Path.

Our 6 Learning Paths

New Screen Reader User Logo: A silhouette with a plus button above it's left shoulder

New Screen Reader User

My learner has just started their screen reader journey. We are still working on basic skills such as opening and closing programs, switching program focus and reading basic text.

Aspiring All-Star logo: A star shines brightly in a constellation.

Aspiring All-Star

Curriculum Page

I know some basic screen reader skills, but I may play only a limited role in the decision making process or IF I need a display or WHICH display fits me. Recommended for learners younger than 10 years old.

Reading Royal Logo: A crown sits on top of an open book.

Reading Royal

Curriculum Page

I have mastered basic screen reader skills such as turning on and off the screen reader, and opening programs. I feel comfortable with reading text and navigating documents, but I am not as comfortable with writing or editing text or navigating the internet yet.

Web Warrior Logo: A laptop sits in front of two crisscrossed swords.

Web Warrior

Curriculum Page

I can apply the basic methods of internet navigation to a simple navigation sequence, but I’m not confident in reading, writing or editing text yet.

Text Titan Logo: A pair of hands reach up to type on a keyboard.

Text Titan

Curriculum Page

I am comfortable reading, writing and editing text using a screen reader in most environments but I’m not as comfortable navigating the internet yet.

All-Around Ace Logo: An embellished spade sits in the middle of a circle.

All-Around Ace

Curriculum Page

I am comfortable reading, writing and editing text with a screen reader and can apply the basic methods of internet navigation to a simple navigation sequence.