Can A New Online Learning Platform Improve Employment For Those With Visual Impairment? [Mollenkamp]

Can A New Online Learning Platform Improve Employment For Those With Visual Impairment? — from edsurge.com by Daniel Mollenkamp Excerpt: A workplace technology report from the […]

What’s new on the WCAG 3.0 working draft? (December 2021)

What’s new on the WCAG 3.0 working draft? (December 2021) — from uxdesign.cc by Daniel Berryhill AGWG just released a new Working Draft for WCAG […]

28 Website Accessibility Terms to Know in 2022 [Juviler]

28 Website Accessibility Terms to Know in 2022 — from blog.hubspot.com by Jamie Juviler Excerpt: No matter the type of website you run or the […]

All you need to know about Microsoft Immersive Reader [Khan]

All you need to know about Microsoft Immersive Reader — from edtechreview.in by Saniya Khan Excerpt: Microsoft Immersive Reader is a highly interactive reading tool specifically […]

Supporting Student Accessibility: Digital Equity | Special Needs & More [Tech & Learning]

Supporting Student Accessibility: Digital Equity | Special Needs & More — from Tech & Learning | November 2021

5 Ways to Make Edtech More Inclusive [Ofgang]

5 Ways to Make Edtech More Inclusive — from techlearning.com by Erik Ofgang Better communication with students and more representation within edtech are just some […]

Nine Technology Tools for Accommodation, Modification, and Intervention

In a previous post, Make Learning Accessible for All Students: Accommodation, Modification, and Intervention, I shared the differences between accommodation, modification, and intervention. Specific examples […]

Accessibility features of Windows 11

Also see: Making Windows 11 the most inclusively designed version of Windows yet — from blogs.windows.com by Carolina Hernandez

National Disability Employment Awareness Month 2021

National Disability Employment Awareness Month 2021 — from dol.gov Excerpt: The theme for NDEAM 2021, “America’s Recovery: Powered by Inclusion,” reflects the importance of ensuring that […]

Three resources for those interested in home-schooling

Holt (1923 – 85) homeschooling and unschooling — from donaldclarkplanb.blogspot.com by Donald Clark Excerpt: John Holt graduated from Yale in 1943 but signed up to […]

Living With a Learning Disability: Challenges, Helpful Advice & Improvements [Kreisa]

Living With a Learning Disability: Challenges, Helpful Advice & Improvements — from inclusionhub.com by Meredith Kreisa Excerpts: While it is critical to remember that symptoms, comorbidities, […]

Some psychological benefits of remote learning in k-12 sector [Bates]

Some psychological benefits of remote learning in k-12 sector — from by Tony Bates Excerpt: There have been many criticisms of the move to remote […]

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