Digital Textbooks - engaging students in the development of them ~ via Twitter @dgende Dolores Gende
There are several digital Braille app or devices that can help our brothers and sisters who are visually impaired to be able to read. Unfortunately, most of us assume that they already know how to write in Braille format. If not, they must first learn it with the old hard fashioned way. To solve the problem above, PDT and Perkins comes with a Smart Braille. A device similar to an old school typewriter that has very useful features.
TapTapSee - Blind & Visually Impaired Camera ($0.00) designed to help the blind & visually impaired identify objects they encounter in their daily lives. Double tap the screen to take a photo of anything & hear the app speak the identification back to you. (Note: Spoken identification requires VoiceOver to be turned on.) Free app that helps the blind and visually impaired become more independent in their day-to-day activities. Thanks for posting, @OT's with Apps & Technology!
iHouse Smart Tap/Faucet... Love it!!
Apps to Help Students With Dysgraphia and Writing Difficulties
Apps to Help Students with Dysgraphia and Writing Difficulties www.ncld.org/...
Media maven Randi Zuckerberg shares tips on how to develop a healthier relationship with technology and how exercising can help.
Note-Taker, an assistive technology that helps "low-vision and legally blind students take notes in class as quickly and effectively as their fully-sighted peers."