Sue Ordinetz, has prepared two tip sheets featuring apps that may be helpful to college students with and without disabilities. Ms. Ordinetz is an Adjunct Professor - Occupational Therapy at American International College. Apps for Higher Ed Android Apps Android Apps
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 by Claro Software, this innovative software company based in the UK develops and licenses Assistive Software, … Continue reading Claro Accessible PDF Reader
At a recent media event, Apple announced a number of new software and hardware products. Although Apple executives have, in previous years, devoted stage time to accessibility announcements, they did not do so at this event. However. these announcements still impact accessibility and assistive technology. Brian Meersma of the Assistive Technology Blog, reviews and comments … Continue reading Apple’s Continued Impact on Accessibility and Accessible Technology
If you are looking for a full-size keyboard to use with your iPad, iPod Touch or iPhone, consider the Macally iKeyLT. Brian Meersma reviews this full sized wired keyboard for iOS devices at the Assistive Technology Blog The Macally iKeyLT is a full sized wired keyboard for iOS devices with the lightning connector. It has a … Continue reading Looking for a Full-Sized Keyboard for Your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch?
Recently Apple released the new mobile operating system for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. iOS 7I received an alert about the upgrade and decided to install it on my iPhone. One of the things I noticed almost immediately was the cleaner, less cluttered look. The interface is totally redesigned.Although my iPhone is the first Apple … Continue reading iOS 7 Has Many Useful Features for All Users, Regardless of Ability