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12 Favorite PC Shortkeys — Ask a Tech Teacher

Keyboard shortcuts are a fast and efficient way to get things done on your computer. Most of us are visual learners and use our mouse for these tasks but once you learn these shortcuts, they can help you get things … Continue reading

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Visual or Vibrating Alert Devices — AT3 Center News & Tips

Ten gadgets to help you stay safe, on time, and informed with a hearing impairment via Visual or Vibrating Alert Devices — AT3 Center News & Tips Great list of suggested devices for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. … Continue reading

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EyeMine Is A Free Software That Lets People Play Minecraft With Their Eyes — Assistive Technology Blog

EyeMine software offer individuals with mobility impairment access to Minecraft hands free. Read Venkat’s review on this new access method for playing Minecraft! There are many young people and children who love to play Minecraft. However, some, because of their … Continue reading

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AM315 Sidekick – iPad and iPhone mouse adapter — Assistive Technology at Easter Seals Crossroads

The Sidekick mouse adapter for the iPad is proposed to be available from Able Net this fall 2019. Check out more as shared by Assistive Technology at Easter Seals Crossroads. 315-02-15-19 Sidekick – iPad and iPhone mouse adapter Hey there! … Continue reading

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Call Scotland – Android Apps for Learners with Dyslexia / Reading and Writing Difficulties

  CALL Scotland, a service of the University of Edinburgh shares information and resources on assistive technology. They produce wonderful visual app wheels of apps and tools to support individuals with disabilities. They are a quick glance of tools or apps categorized within separate subcategories in their app … Continue reading

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Livescribe Echo Pen Sound Stickers

The Livescribe Pens have been around since about 2010 offering a ink pen that scans what you write and records audio. It uses Livescribe’s specialized dot matrix note paper to synchronize the audio recorded with the handwriting notes you are … Continue reading

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New Emoji to Feature People with Disabilities — Assistive Technology at Easter Seals Crossroads

Easter Seals Crossroads shares the new Emoji’s  that will feature people with disabilities that Apple is proposing! There will be twelve new emoji released later on this year depicting the experiences of people with disabilities. The Unicode Consortium released 59 new … Continue reading

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