Once again, Brian Meersma of the Assistive Technology Blog, has featured a remarkable and very useful app, the Keeble Accessible Keyboard. The Keeble, App, which costs $15 and is available at the App Store, is a virtual keyboard for iPad … Continue reading
Frequently reviews of iPads, Tablets, smart phones and other technology, focus on on battery life, pixel density, and processor speed, and the latest “gee-whiz” feature update. Brian Meersma at the Assistive Technology Blog went one step further in his review of … Continue reading
Looking for an accessible PDF reader? According to Carol Leynse Harpold, at OT With Apps, ClaroPDF is a great app that provides text to speech capabilities and annotation tools. If you work with students or adults, this is worth the small price. Developed … Continue reading
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Tagged Adults with LD, AT for Handwriting, Dyslexia, Handwriting, IPad, IPhone, iPod, Learning Disability, Multimedia, Productivity apps, Writing.
The Assistive Technology Blog has done a nice round-up of apps and products for students with dyslexia. Featured apps and products include: Co:writer – Co:Writer’s most unique and noteworthy feature is the ability to use topic dictionaries to improve word … Continue reading
The power of technological innovation is sometimes astounding. BraillieTouch Mario Romero a post-doctoral researcher at Georgia Institute of Technology has co-developed an app, called BrailleTouch, that could help blind people send text messages and type e-mails on touch-screen smartphones. The … Continue reading