Explore Desmos: Accessible Online Scientific and Graphing Calculators and more!

Math is fun (it really is!), and having tools that are both accessible and powerful make it even MORE fun! For many years, blind/low vision students needed to use specialized calculators in order to fully participate with their peers in math and science classes. However, as technology increased by leaps and bounds, these specialized calculators…

Brush up on your accessible software (JAWS®/ZoomText®/Fusion®/NVDA®/VoiceOver®)

Summer is fabulous; it’s a great time to get out and about and enjoy freedom from the demands of learning with a laptop. However, time away from our laptops can cause our accessible software skills to get a little rusty. Here are some resources to help you brush off the dust and rust and jump…

Tips and Tools for Cooking with Low or No Vision

Looking for something to do with your summer? See below for some helpful nonvisual cooking tips. You can build your skills and make some yummy food at the same time! General Cooking Tips When learning to crack an egg, try cracking it against the counter rather than against a bowl. This will prevent shattering.You can…

Enjoy the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games with Audio Description

Looking for something to do with your summer? Get ready for the Tokyo Olympic Games (still called the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games), and you may enjoy them with audio description through NBC SAP! What is SAP? This year, NBC will broadcast the Summer Olympics using Second Audio Program (SAP). SAP is the name of the…

Accessible Audio-described Virtual Tours

Looking for something to do with your summer? Read below for some awesome virtual audio-described tours, many of which are taking place today! All tours listed below are featured in the NFB or ACB convention program. B&O Railroad Museum Tour: Maryland on the Rails – Tuesday, July 6, 12:00 – 1:30 PM Zoom meeting ID:…

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