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Introducing: Summer Cohort!
Our new cohort will give you the chance to find better ways to teach a screen reader to your learner next school year!
Is the school year too hectic for you to learn how to provide screen reader instruction to your students?
Then, sign up for our Summer Cohort where you’ll receive four hours of high-quality instruction that will help you next school year. We’ll even teach you how to approach SR instruction with those dual-media learners. Includes:
- 4 hours of live instruction
- a year access to the Screen Reader Curriculum
- 4 self-calculating data sheet
- an exclusive online community chat
To learn more about this amazing opportunity and delve into pricing, click the link below!
The Screen Reader Curriculum
(for JAWS, NVDA and Chromevox)
Working with Text
Deleting and Backspacing
Basic Internet Navigation
Identifying Internet Elements
Navigating by Clickable Object
Introduction to Navigation Sequences
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NVDA Braille Viewer
Last week we learned about how to turn on the Braille viewer in JAWS. This week…you guessed it… we are going over the same thing with NVDA! So you are ready to teach your student to use a braille display with NVDA. Good for you! For all screen reader users, a braille...
Setting Up Google Drive for Use with JAWS, NVDA or Chromevox
For our students who read braille, there is so much that we need to figure out. How do we teach them everything they need to know? How do we communicate with their teachers every day? And of course, how can I efficiently braille all of their assignments? On that...
Organizing Your Inbox in Gmail using JAWS, NVDA or Chromevox
Wow, can you believe we are already in March? That means that this is the LAST Screen Reader Tidbit on navigating Gmail with a screen reader. Today, we will be talking about how to organize your inbox all with those Google-specific key commands. Remember, this works...
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