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The Week's News in Adaptive Technology
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Dear Tidbits Subscriber,


1) Top 5 Most Clicked Tidbits From Last Week

A.) Disabled IT Professionals Are Building Access For Themselves (6.5% of all clicks.)
https://www.itpro.co.uk/business-strategy/careers-training/367131/disabled-it-professionals-building-access
B.) A Short Tutorial on NVDA Screen Review (6.3% of all clicks.)
https://www.toptechtidbits.com/63.html
C.) Company Develops Illumie For Blind And Visually Impaired People To Navigate (5.3% of all clicks.)
https://coolblindtech.com/company-develops-illumie-for-blind-and-visually-impaired-people-to-navigate/
D.) Microsoft Edge Can Now Auto-Generate Image Descriptions, Improving Accessibility (5.1% of all clicks.)
https://www.windowscentral.com/microsoft-edge-can-now-auto-generate-image-descriptions-improving-accessibility
E.) Could This Virtual 'Guide Dog' Help the Visually Impaired? (4.7% of all clicks.)
https://www.mddionline.com/digital-health/could-virtual-guide-dog-help-visually-impaired

2) Interview With Mael Fabien, CEO and Founder of Biped.ai | YouTube | Double Tap TV | March 29th 2022

In this episode we welcome Mael Fabien, CEO and Founder of Biped.ai. We talk all about his new product that is designed to compliment the white cane with technology that might even be able to tell you WHO is approaching:
https://bit.ly/321OUEy

3) Using Ribbons to Control Program Functions in Microsoft Windows

This tutorial brought to us by Tidbits Reader Gene Asner:
https://www.toptechtidbits.com/65.html

4) Finding Resources For Tech Support And Training - Recording - Tech It Out - March 22nd 2022

https://bit.ly/3JGz0jI

5) JAWS Power Tip: How To Ignore Inline Frames on Web Pages

Courtesy of Freedom Scientific:
https://www.toptechtidbits.com/66.html

6) A Look at Programming Languages and Concepts for Blind and Low Vision Coders | APH

Thanks to a generous grant from CDW, The American Printing House for the Blind (APH) is proud to offer introductory coding courses for blind and visually impaired youth and adults. These courses are designed to familiarize blind and low vision young adults and adults with basic coding tools, challenges navigating these tools with assistive technology such as screen readers, and techniques for navigating those challenges. Join Florian Beijers, a blind coder, as he guides you through learning the basics of coding in multiple programming languages. This is the second in a series of four courses. This second course takes place Tuesdays in April at 1:00 PM Eastern time. Classes will be April 5, 12, 19, and 26 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM Eastern daylight time, but all sessions will be recorded and available soon after the live class for those who cannot attend at the scheduled time. If you cannot attend at the scheduled time, please be sure to register for the webinar so that you will receive all emails, including links to the recordings. Pre-requisite knowledge: At least intermediate familiarity with a screen reader with speech and/or braille, or intermediate familiarity with a screen magnification program. Ability to use the internet to accomplish tasks such as searching for and reading information, completing forms, and using keyboard shortcuts to navigate, read, and edit. Ability to follow written instructions to independently download and install programs and extensions. Willingness to participate in the entire course consisting of 4 weekly sessions; each session will last 90 minutes. Willingness to spend at least two hours per week on review and homework. Lesson Plan Goal: Introduce students to multiple coding modalities and how to navigate barriers encountered. Learning Objectives: 1. Identify three reasons to use ARIA and when not to use it. 2. Explain at least three requirements for web accessibility using ARIA. 3. Successfully apply Python basics to at least three coding tasks. 4. Describe use of Python in web application, data science, and automation. 5. Identify at least two obstacles present in the development field for blind and low vision coders, and two strategies to either join a development team or take a software development-related study. Materials Needed: screen reader with speech output or Braille display and/or screen magnification program. Here is the link to register:
https://aph.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_COVPq9ogT96c_X8XbSRPtA

7) New Website Offers 200 Accessible Windows Programs

Laufware.com is a new website that provides links to over 200 accessible Windows programs. Software is divided in to 25 categories with descriptions for each program. Specialty pages include keyboard shortcuts, top forty accessible programs, fifty portable programs with no installation required, and podcasts created by and for the blind and low vision community. Current categories include: Audio Players, Backup, Broadcasting, Browsers-Email, CD-DVD, Databases-Spreadsheets, Editors, File Management, Hardware, Keyboard shortcuts, MP3, Portable, Radio, Reading, Recorders, Screen Readers, Screen Sharing, Security, Servers, Social Media, Utilities, Video, Voice Chat, Website Tools, and Wireless. A software submission form is available for persons to share their favorite accessible Windows programs, and the contact page allows persons to provide comments and suggestions. Michael Lauf, the website creator, hopes you will visit, bookmark and share the website with those who may benefit:
https://www.laufware.com

8) Google: Accessibility Not A Direct Ranking Factor

For search engine optimization, Google does not rank search result pages based on accessibility:
https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-accessibility-not-a-direct-ranking-factor/443784/

9) CSUN Presentations

Here is a list of CSUN presentations and associated resources:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Tgmba0L6Z0BkHu9Hb3jlZ3IweguAdrja649rzk8X_Dk/htmlview#gid=407013666

10) Compose With Markdown In Google Docs On Web

In Google Docs, you can now select "Automatically detect Markdown" from Tools > Preferences to enable auto correcting for Markdown syntax, a lightweight markup language for applying formatting using plain text:
https://workspaceupdates.googleblog.com/2022/03/compose-with-markdown-in-google-docs-on.html

11) Can A New Online Learning Platform Improve Employment For Those With Visual Impairment?

Clusiv claims to have a learning management system (LMS) that is accessible to blind learners. The LMS is aimed at providing training to employees. AFB has the story:
https://www.edsurge.com/news/2022-01-14-can-a-new-online-learning-platform-improve-employment-for-those-with-visual-impairment

12) Hadley Free Technology Workshops

Hadley has a great collection of free technology workshops for learning how to use your device or app:
https://hadley.edu/learn?topic_id=14

13) Introducing The 20-Cell BrailleSense 6 Mini Notetaker From HIMS

HIMS has announced the release of the BrailleSense 6 mini, a 20-cell notetaker. With the BrailleSense 6 mini you can read books, write reports, complete assignments, send emails, share documents, and more. Check out the announcement video for some quick details on this new notetaker:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDWF7zaxeJY

14) TeamViewer Scripts for JAWS | Hartgen Consultancy

You will find below a link to free JAWS scripts for TeamViewer version 15. As of later releases of TeamViewer, it is difficult to find your User ID and password. Once located, pressing the Left and Right arrow keys do not allow you to read the item character by character. With these scripts installed, pressing function key F1 will place the user ID and password into the JAWS virtual viewer for easier reading. When focused on any field, you should also now be able to press the JAWS keystroke to virtualise the focused control, Shift+Insert+V. These scripts are offered freely to the blindness community and were developed for personal use. No support is available:
https://www.hartgen.org/teamviewer

15) Fine-Tuning Touch Technology

Bumps and lines make up touch-based technology such as Braille. But the human sense of touch is keen enough to detect differences that are much smaller. Research by Charles Dhong and his group at the University of Delaware has found that humans can feel differences in the chemical composition of a surface, down to the substitution of a single atom:
https://www.udel.edu/udaily/2022/march/tactile-materials-science-engineering-chemistry-charles-dhong/


➜ Press Releases and Other News


1) 'CODA' Brings Home The Oscar For Best Picture, A Historic Win For The Deaf Community

Best Picture goes to a movie about deaf culture. NPR has the story:
https://www.npr.org/2022/03/27/1088526640/oscar-best-picture-coda-wins

2) How Colorblind NHL Players See The Game

Here is a story about 4 NHL hockey players with color vision deficiency, more commonly known as colorblindness:
https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/how-colorblind-nhl-players-see-the-game/?ex_cid=538twitter

3) 'The Holy Braille': American Printing House For The Blind Shows Off New Device

Since partnering with HumanWare to co-develop what is now called the "Dynamic Tactile Device," APH and HumanWare teams have worked on the physical specifications of the device while also discussing the ecosystem which needs to be created to support the new technology. Meador compared that ecosystem to the App Store — an open-source platform that's supported by Android and iOS to connect the device with education apps and beyond:
https://www.bizjournals.com/louisville/inno/stories/news/2022/03/28/aph-dynamic-tactile-device.html

4) San Francisco LightHouse for the Blind Announces Chief Executive Officer Search

LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired, California's oldest and most diverse blindness organization serving people who are blind or have low vision, has announced that it is initiating a search to identify its next CEO:
https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/san-francisco-lighthouse-for-the-blind-announces-chief-executive-officer-search-301512124.html

5) 'Where The Bats Hung Out': How A Basement Hideaway At UC Berkeley Nurtured A Generation Of Blind Innovators

This is how Joshua Miele and other blind students found their way to this underground hideaway. Its university-sanctioned name was the blind students study center. But pretty much everyone called it The Cave. "It's where the bats hung out," Miele explained:
https://www.statnews.com/2022/03/28/the-cave-uc-berkeley-nurtured-generation-blind-innovators/

6) What Is It Like to Write a Book When You Cannot See? — Ian Brown, RNIB Scotland

What is it like writing stories, creating your own literary world of characters and scenery, when you are blind or partially sighted?
https://www.scotsman.com/news/opinion/what-is-it-like-to-write-a-book-when-you-cannot-see-ian-brown-rnib-scotland-3628702

7) Record Number of Lawsuits Filed Over Accessibility for People with Disabilities

New Justice Department guidance explains businesses' role in making sure websites can be used by everyone:
https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/hr-topics/behavioral-competencies/global-and-cultural-effectiveness/pages/record-number-of-lawsuits-filed-over-accessibility-for-people-with-disabilities.aspx

8) Beauty's Accessibility Shift: Inside The New Priority

Shopping with a disability can be challenging. Now, belatedly, the beauty sector is showing signs of taking action:
https://www.voguebusiness.com/beauty/beautys-accessibility-shift-inside-the-new-priority

9) Mastercard Puts Visual Impairment In The Spotlight

The financial services company's new campaign is a stylish film that shows how the brand's new Touch Card makes transactions more accessible for blind and partially-sighted people:
https://www.shots.net/news/view/mastercard-puts-visual-impairment-in-the-spotlight

10) Older PlayStation Games Heading To PC Is A Win For Accessibility

With the launch of the PlayStation PC label for Sony's PC ports, more players are able to enjoy titles such as Horizon: Zero Dawn, Days Gone, and God of War. With these being ports, accessibility improvements are usually only minor parts of the package - such as keyboard and mouse remapping. But with PC, the existence of third-party mods can open up areas of the games that could allow disabled players to better enjoy them:
https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2022-03-25-older-playstation-games-heading-to-pc-is-a-win-for-accessibility

11) AR/VR Eyewear Company Innovega Strikes Deal With Global Supplier Of Technology For Visually Impaired

Innovega Inc., a Bellevue, Wash., company that uses disposable contact lenses in combination with high-tech glasses to create a digitally augmented view of the world, announced a licensing agreement with a company that plans to offer the technology to assist people who are visually impaired:
https://www.geekwire.com/2022/ar-vr-eyewear-company-innovega-strikes-deal-with-global-supplier-of-technology-for-visually-impaired/

12) Idaho Turns to Tech to Boost Safety for Blind Hunters

The Idaho Fish and Game Commission on Thursday moved forward with a rule change that could allow visually impaired hunters to use adaptive technology they say is crucial for them to be able to hunt safely:
https://www.govtech.com/products/idaho-turns-to-tech-to-boost-safety-for-blind-hunters


➜ Surveys


1) Survey | Help Writers, Editors, Designers And Publishers To Publish Books That Are More Accessible | Human Research Ethics Committee of the University of Sydney, Australia

March 31st 2022 deadline to submit. Do you have difficulty reading standard printed books? We'd love to hear from you! "How Do You Read" surveys seek to find out about reading experiences and barriers to reading for people with a print disability who live in Australia or Aotearoa New Zealand. The information you share will help writers, editors, designers and publishers to publish books that are more accessible. The forms are accessible with screen readers on both Windows and Mac. It takes around 15 to 25 minutes to complete the form. Both surveys are open now and available until 31 March 2022. To learn more about "How Do You Read" survey, please contact Dr Agata Mrva-Montoya on agata.mrva-montoya@sydney.edu.au ✉ or +612 9114 1456 ☎. The ethical aspects of this study have been approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee of the University of Sydney (no. 2021/891). Agata also has also been cleared to work with children in both volunteer and paid roles. Her Working with Children Check Number is WWC2372187E. There are two versions of the survey:
For people aged 18 and over: https://bit.ly/HDYR22
For children and teens who are under 18: https://bit.ly/HDYR22kt

2) Survey | Help Researchers To Understand The Audio Perception Behavior of People With Visual Impairments

April 25th 2022 deadline to submit. | Hello. We are researchers from Indiana University Bloomington conducting an online survey to understand the audio perception behavior of people with visual impairments. I am inviting you to take part in a 25-30 minutes online survey from a place of your convenience. To participate in the survey, you must identify as visually impaired, must have normal hearing, and should be a native or bilingual speaker of English. You need to have access to a computer or laptop with a screen-reader and Internet connection. You should use headphones and should complete the survey in a quiet environment. For your participation, you will be paid $5 by an Amazon e-gift card. You will receive the URL link of the e-gift card within 3-5 business days after your participation. If you are interested in participating in our survey or have any questions about the study, please fill out the sign-up form below. Once you provide the details, one researcher will contact you via email or phone and send you the web link to participate in the survey. Alternatively, you may email Taslima Akter at takter@iu.edu ✉. Please click here to sign up:
https://iu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bCt4WOvUkJworBA


➜ Featured Podcast Episodes


1) Blind Android Users 68 | More About The Assistant And RealSAM 4

March 26th 2022 | This week, we continue to talk more about google assistant. We show you how to choose your podcast provider on the Assistant we also show you, how to setup Communication apps and create and edit Shortcuts on Google Assistant. We then interview the CEO of RealSam, a phone designed specially for visually impaired. For our CSR users we demo many features like changing sliders, lift to touch and more. In our app of the week section, By popular request, we demo the "Legere Reader," formally known as "Voicedream Reader. In episode 30 of talkback highlites we demo the gesture to pull down notifications shade you can listen to us on all popular podcatchers and popular podcast platforms and on our youtube playlist at:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5iI0uwraRqpZ32TFDl4kwIAIOcUd4owp

2) DM91 | Gravity Forms Solves All Your Problems

March 28th 2022 | In this episode we share with you that Gravity forms solves all your problems! We start this episode out briefly explainning how we stream the show into clubhouse with the Mac. This drops us into a conversation about gravity forms and michael's comparison to visual form builder. Michael shares a quick navigation tip for gravity forms. Damashe asks Michael what problem he has with google docs on the Mac and shares his thoughts about google docs. Gravity forms has a lot of additional addons you can use to extend the functionality of it. We share some examples of these. Michael asks Damashe how to add snippets to a Wordpress site that you may get from gravity wiz. Michael shared some of his challenges he's had with sign in with Google, with one particular application and how you can get around it. Michael also shares a way he's using text expander efficiently on windows. Michael and Damashe also talk about the concept of a home page to run your life from wit..
https://yourownpay.com/dm91

3) Eyes on Success 2213 Seeing the World More Clearly

March 30th 2022 | The Envision Glasses is a digital eyewear solution that helps visually impaired people read text, recognize objects, make video calls and much more. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Envision co-founder Karthik Kannan about the glasses and how they are designed to empower low vision people to be more independent and help with everyday tasks:
https://www.eyesonsuccess.net/show%20notes/show%20notes%202213.htm


➜ Featured Webinars and Training Courses


1) The Zoom about Zoom: What Participants and Hosts Need to know | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

April 1st 2022 | 11AM PT, 12PM MT, 1PM CT, 2PM ET, 6PM GMT | Friday April 1, 2:00 - 3:30 PM. Get ready to manage microphones, cameras, chat messages, raised hands, polls and breakout rooms with confidence. We'll show you everything you need to know to bring your best self to virtual gatherings, whether you're attending or hosting. This event will take place online:
https://nypl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMtcu6vrDwqGdIbqAk6imL-C70B5zQ9oyB_?_x_zm_rtaid=O_T4jl2gQk-eJ1vIXaeqDw.1648421599270.e098cddc0d3e6ab8b653afe6c5833f53&_x_zm_rhtaid=371

2) iPhone Chat for Voiceover Users: Beyond the Basics | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

April 2nd 2022 | 11:30AM PT, 12:30AM, 1:30PM CT, 2:30PM ET, 6:30PM GMT | First Saturdays (April 2, May 7, June 4) from 2:30 - 4:00 PM ET. Talk about customizing gestures and settings, exploring new apps, choosing accessories, dealing with bugs, and whatever else comes to mind. This is a space for any and all Voiceover topics that go beyond the basics of using common gestures and built-in apps. This event will take place online:
https://nypl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0vcuiqqjwtHdzr8bnEn6y-ypuxRhgkdvwz

3) iPhone Chat for Voiceover Beginners | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

April 2nd 2022 | 10AM PT, 11AM MT, 12PM CT, 1PM ET, 5PM GMT | First Saturdays (April 2, May 7, June 4) 1:00 - 2:15 PM ET. If you're new to using Voiceover on the iPhone or if you're still working toward confidence, this discussion group is for you. We'll spend some time going over the theory of how screen readers work, gestures everyone needs to know, and some strategies for getting help. Then, we'll open it up for questions and networking. This event will take place online:
https://nypl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0vcuiqqjwtHdzr8bnEn6y-ypuxRhgkdvwz

4) A Look at Programming Languages and Concepts for Blind and Low Vision Coders | APH

April 5th 2022 | 10AM PT, 11AM MT, 12PM CT, 1PM ET, 5PM GMT | Thanks to a generous grant from CDW, The American Printing House for the Blind (APH) is proud to offer introductory coding courses for blind and visually impaired youth and adults. These courses are designed to familiarize blind and low vision young adults and adults with basic coding tools, challenges navigating these tools with assistive technology such as screen readers, and techniques for navigating those challenges. Join Florian Beijers, a blind coder, as he guides you through learning the basics of coding in multiple programming languages. This is the second in a series of four courses. This second course takes place Tuesdays in April at 1:00 PM Eastern time. Classes will be April 5, 12, 19, and 26 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM Eastern daylight time, but all sessions will be recorded and available soon after the live class for those who cannot attend at the scheduled time. If you cannot attend at the scheduled time, please be sure to register for the webinar so that you will receive all emails, including links to the recordings. Pre-requisite knowledge: At least intermediate familiarity with a screen reader with speech and/or braille, or intermediate familiarity with a screen magnification program. Ability to use the internet to accomplish tasks such as searching for and reading information, completing forms, and using keyboard shortcuts to navigate, read, and edit. Ability to follow written instructions to independently download and install programs and extensions. Willingness to participate in the entire course consisting of 4 weekly sessions; each session will last 90 minutes. Willingness to spend at least two hours per week on review and homework. Lesson Plan Goal: Introduce students to multiple coding modalities and how to navigate barriers encountered. Learning Objectives: 1. Identify three reasons to use ARIA and when not to use it. 2. Explain at least three requirements for web accessibility using ARIA. 3. Successfully apply Python basics to at least three coding tasks. 4. Describe use of Python in web application, data science, and automation. 5. Identify at least two obstacles present in the development field for blind and low vision coders, and two strategies to either join a development team or take a software development-related study. Materials Needed: screen reader with speech output or Braille display and/or screen magnification program. Here is the link to register:
https://aph.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_COVPq9ogT96c_X8XbSRPtA

5) Intro to NVDA: A 12-Week Workshop | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

April 5th 2022 | 9AM PT, 10AM MT, 11AM CT, 12PM ET, 4PM GMT | Tuesdays beginning April 5, 2022 from 12:00 to 1:30 PM ET. There are several Windows screen readers to choose from. Come discover how this free, open-source option compares. If you know how to type, understand Windows basics, can commit to attending twelve sessions, and would like to become more confident and proficient with the NVDA screen reader, this workshop is for you! Please plan to join us each week for a hands-on lesson and discussion. This workshop also includes a group mailing list where you can post your questions and discoveries for other members of your cohort to read and respond, as well as a weekly recap that is optional attend half an hour before the official start of each class. We'll cover the basics of customizing NVDA settings, getting around in Windows 10, working with text, managing files and folders and exploring the web. This workshop will be limited to 30 participants, so please apply to participate soon! This event will take place online:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfYKIXMmWmBwpCcqAMper8IJhPbk0bJidqJBOZNn-IvJgov1A/viewform

6) Exploring Voiceover for Mac - A 12-Week Workshop | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

April 5th 2022 | 1:30PM PT, 2:30PM MT, 3:30PM CT, 4:30PM ET, 8:30PM GMT | Tuesdays beginning April 5th 2022 from 3:00 - 4:30 PM ET. If you know how to type, can commit to attending twelve sessions, and would like to become more confident and proficient with the Voiceover screen reader, this workshop is for you! Please plan to join us each week for a hands-on lesson and discussion. This workshop also includes a group mailing list where you can post your questions and discoveries for other members of your cohort to read and respond, as well as a weekly recap that is optional attend half an hour before the official start of every class. We'll cover the basics of customizing Voiceover settings, getting around in the Mac OS, working with text, managing files and folders and exploring the web. This workshop will be limited to 30 participants, so please apply to participate soon! This event will take place online:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf1C_irq2KJVzQfx-HCtF_Q9bokC3MzB9Pxxa0a184_sme4Cg/viewform

7) Exploring JAWS - A 12-Week Workshop | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

April 5th 2022 | 3:30PM PT, 4:30PM MT, 5:30PM CT, 6:30PM ET, 10:30PM GMT | Tuesdays beginning April 5th 2022 from 5:00 - 6:30 PM ET. If you know how to type, can commit to attending twelve sessions, and would like to become more confident and proficient with the JAWS screen reader, this workshop is for you! Please plan to join us each week for a hands-on lesson and discussion. This workshop also includes a group mailing list where you can post your questions and discoveries for other members of your cohort to read and respond, as well as a weekly recap that is optional to attend half an hour before the official start of every class. We'll cover the basics of customizing JAWS settings, getting around in Windows 10, working with text, managing files and folders and exploring the web. This workshop will be limited to 30 participants, so please apply to participate soon! This event will take place online:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdjCAqn0FwO_VaTagaICmMjgdRh8EQ9h2AZRsYehuiNC2PEUQ/viewform

8) Emojication: Know your Emoji | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

April 6th 2022 | 3PM PT, 4PM MT, 5PM CT, 6PM ET, 10PM GMT | Wednesday April 6th 2022 from 6:00 - 7:30 PM ET. Join us for a lively discussion about emoji: what they mean, how they evolve over time, and how blind and low-vision people can understand and use them with confidence. This event will take place online:
https://nypl.zoom.us/j/81135089607?pwd=OC9sckREbUdEbU9lWnh2ZzZIQnJSdz09

9) Grocery Delivery Services and Websites | Technology User Group

April 9th 2022 | 7AM PT, 8AM MT, 9AM CT, 10AM ET, 2PM GMT | All events are currently being held via teleconference until further notice. No programs will be held in person. Please dial (319) 527-4994 ☎ at 10 AM ET. Yes, there are plenty of delivery services and if you are a tech guru, you have access to all of it. But what if you don't have those skills and still need grocery delivery?
https://www.marylandlibraries.org/Pages/Technology%20User%20Group.aspx

10) Descriptive Origami | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

April 9th 2022 | 10AM PT, 11AM MT, 12PM CT, 1PM ET, 5PM GMT | Saturday April 9th 2022 from 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM ET. We'll use effective verbal communication and teamwork to learn origami models like a lotus, a goldfish and a card holder. This hands-on event will take place in person: Kindly RSVP to ChanceyFleet@nypl.org ✉ to reserve your spot!

11) The 21st Annual Multiple Perspective Conference at The Ohio State University

April 11th 2022 and April 12th 2022 | Conditions permitting, we will meet in person, provisions will be made for presenters with travel restrictions. "If I were just a woman, he could not do this to me; if I were only a person of color, he would not be able to do this to me; my conclusion was that the only reason that you are able to take this unfair advantage is because I also have a disability." "My own personal identity is very much tied into who I am as a woman of color and as a disabled person, and I try not to distinguish between the three identities anymore". These quotes from Johnnie Lacy capture the flavor to this year's theme for Multiple Perspective's ongoing exploration of disability as a reflection of the human condition. A lived experience seen through multiple lenses of identity, work, school, human rights, theory, discipline, and law. Preference will be given to presentations that explore parallels, distinctions, lessons and impacts of disability across and within identity groups and models:
https://ada.osu.edu/presentations-2022

12) 13th Annual CUNY Accessibility Conference

April 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th 2022 | Four Day Virtual Event. The State of Accessibility: Are We Living Up to the Promise of Compliance and the Law? Each year, the CUNY Accessibility Conference brings together hundreds of participants from the New York City region and across North America to discuss accessibility, disability services and disability activism in the context of postsecondary education. Two years after the start of an unprecedented pandemic and resultant transitions nationwide, we are returning to our foundation. The conference theme for 2022 is The State of Accessibility: Are we living up to the promise of compliance and the law? With this theme we hope to reflect topics such as on meeting the promise, falling short, advancements the law did not anticipate, and moving beyond a legal framework of accessibility. Submit your Proposal. Proposals are due by February 21st. Presentations will be 60 minutes long along with an extra 15 minutes for questions and answers (total 75 minutes). You will be notified by the committee regarding the acceptance of your proposal by March 8th. For questions, please email Tania Kalaitzidis at akalaitzidis@qcc.cuny.edu ✉. Please fill out our Call for Proposals form at:
https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx?id=s_BgbwZfCU6XFZiduozH2I_mhufqVMhKkF6nbAPJwLhUNUE3RTEwMDg3TkVMM1lPTUhCNVRKUjhFVyQlQCN0PWcu

13) A Look at Programming Languages and Concepts for Blind and Low Vision Coders | APH

April 12th 2022 | 10AM PT, 11AM MT, 12PM CT, 1PM ET, 5PM GMT | Thanks to a generous grant from CDW, The American Printing House for the Blind (APH) is proud to offer introductory coding courses for blind and visually impaired youth and adults. These courses are designed to familiarize blind and low vision young adults and adults with basic coding tools, challenges navigating these tools with assistive technology such as screen readers, and techniques for navigating those challenges. Join Florian Beijers, a blind coder, as he guides you through learning the basics of coding in multiple programming languages. This is the second in a series of four courses. This second course takes place Tuesdays in April at 1:00 PM Eastern time. Classes will be April 5, 12, 19, and 26 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM Eastern daylight time, but all sessions will be recorded and available soon after the live class for those who cannot attend at the scheduled time. If you cannot attend at the scheduled time, please be sure to register for the webinar so that you will receive all emails, including links to the recordings. Pre-requisite knowledge: At least intermediate familiarity with a screen reader with speech and/or braille, or intermediate familiarity with a screen magnification program. Ability to use the internet to accomplish tasks such as searching for and reading information, completing forms, and using keyboard shortcuts to navigate, read, and edit. Ability to follow written instructions to independently download and install programs and extensions. Willingness to participate in the entire course consisting of 4 weekly sessions; each session will last 90 minutes. Willingness to spend at least two hours per week on review and homework. Lesson Plan Goal: Introduce students to multiple coding modalities and how to navigate barriers encountered. Learning Objectives: 1. Identify three reasons to use ARIA and when not to use it. 2. Explain at least three requirements for web accessibility using ARIA. 3. Successfully apply Python basics to at least three coding tasks. 4. Describe use of Python in web application, data science, and automation. 5. Identify at least two obstacles present in the development field for blind and low vision coders, and two strategies to either join a development team or take a software development-related study. Materials Needed: screen reader with speech output or Braille display and/or screen magnification program. Here is the link to register:
https://aph.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_COVPq9ogT96c_X8XbSRPtA

14) Using Dictation with Braille Displays on iOS | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

April 13th 2022 | 11AM PT, 12PM MT, 1PM CT, 2PM ET, 6PM GMT | Wednesday April 13th 2022 from 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM ET. Many of us use built-in dictation as well as various transcription apps. We may do it to save time, transcribe long recordings, work with translation, or make communication more effective when someone has a speech or hearing impairment. In this workshop, we'll explore the best practices for getting dictation to work well with Braille displays, and highlight the performance of Braille on various dictation and transcription apps. This event will take place online:
https://nypl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYtc-CvpzsrGtNOa3JK8Luv74JhKgWmjN6q?_x_zm_rtaid=O_T4jl2gQk-eJ1vIXaeqDw.1648421599270.e098cddc0d3e6ab8b653afe6c5833f53&_x_zm_rhtaid=371

15) Braille Screen Input for iOS, Android and Kindle Fire | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

April 16th 2022 | 10:30 AM PT, 11:30 PM MT, 12:30 PM CT, 1:30 PM ET, 5:30 PM GMT | Saturday April 16th 2022 from 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM. If you know Braille (even if you don't know contractions), you can type comfortably and quickly with Braille screen input. In this workshop, we'll explore how to set it up, gestures you need to know, and what you can do if you're having trouble with this feature. This event will take place in person and online. Please RSVP to ChanceyFleet@nypl.org ✉ to attend in person, or register to participate online:
https://nypl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIvce6orT0rE9HcMP5mm-hGq63YfZfdmloq?_x_zm_rtaid=O_T4jl2gQk-eJ1vIXaeqDw.1648421599270.e098cddc0d3e6ab8b653afe6c5833f53&_x_zm_rhtaid=371

16) A Look at Programming Languages and Concepts for Blind and Low Vision Coders | APH

April 19th 2022 | 10AM PT, 11AM MT, 12PM CT, 1PM ET, 5PM GMT | Thanks to a generous grant from CDW, The American Printing House for the Blind (APH) is proud to offer introductory coding courses for blind and visually impaired youth and adults. These courses are designed to familiarize blind and low vision young adults and adults with basic coding tools, challenges navigating these tools with assistive technology such as screen readers, and techniques for navigating those challenges. Join Florian Beijers, a blind coder, as he guides you through learning the basics of coding in multiple programming languages. This is the second in a series of four courses. This second course takes place Tuesdays in April at 1:00 PM Eastern time. Classes will be April 5, 12, 19, and 26 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM Eastern daylight time, but all sessions will be recorded and available soon after the live class for those who cannot attend at the scheduled time. If you cannot attend at the scheduled time, please be sure to register for the webinar so that you will receive all emails, including links to the recordings. Pre-requisite knowledge: At least intermediate familiarity with a screen reader with speech and/or braille, or intermediate familiarity with a screen magnification program. Ability to use the internet to accomplish tasks such as searching for and reading information, completing forms, and using keyboard shortcuts to navigate, read, and edit. Ability to follow written instructions to independently download and install programs and extensions. Willingness to participate in the entire course consisting of 4 weekly sessions; each session will last 90 minutes. Willingness to spend at least two hours per week on review and homework. Lesson Plan Goal: Introduce students to multiple coding modalities and how to navigate barriers encountered. Learning Objectives: 1. Identify three reasons to use ARIA and when not to use it. 2. Explain at least three requirements for web accessibility using ARIA. 3. Successfully apply Python basics to at least three coding tasks. 4. Describe use of Python in web application, data science, and automation. 5. Identify at least two obstacles present in the development field for blind and low vision coders, and two strategies to either join a development team or take a software development-related study. Materials Needed: screen reader with speech output or Braille display and/or screen magnification program. Here is the link to register:
https://aph.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_COVPq9ogT96c_X8XbSRPtA

17) Tactile Graphics Open House | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

April 23rd 2022 | 10:30 AM ET PT, 11:30 AM ET MT, 12:30 PM ET CT, 1:30 PM ET, 5:30 PM GMT | Saturday April 23rd 2022 from 1:30 - 3:00 PM ET. Whether you're new to the concept of images you can explore by touch or a seasoned tactile graphics creator, the Dimensions Lab is here to support you. Come explore our range of graphics embossers, 3D printers, a swell-form machine, a refreshable graphics tablet, and analog tools for tech-free, stress-free accessible drawing. This hands-on event will take place in person: kindly rsvp to ChanceyFleet@nypl.org ✉ to reserve your spot!

18) Technology Blogs and Podcasts | Hadley Tech It Out Discussion Group

April 26th 2022 | 5PM PT, 6PM MT, 7PM CT, 8PM ET, 12PM GMT, 4/27 | It's great to know that for every tech topic out there, someone has researched and shared what's available and how to use it. Join us as we explore blogs and podcasts on technology from a blind and low vision perspective:
https://zoom.us/j/468325263?utm_source=sfmc&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Tech+It+Out+Next+Episode+Reminder&utm_term=https%3a%2f%2fzoom.us%2fj%2f468325263&utm_id=30253&sfmc_id=17563849&utm_source=sfmc&utm_term=&utm_content=10757&utm_id=52eff567-e340-4b6c-80f5-9bdaed753c04&sfmc_activityid=949f6754-041a-47e5-9588-dd497c83cebe&utm_medium=email#success

19) A Look at Programming Languages and Concepts for Blind and Low Vision Coders | APH

April 26th 2022 | 10AM PT, 11AM MT, 12PM CT, 1PM ET, 5PM GMT | Thanks to a generous grant from CDW, The American Printing House for the Blind (APH) is proud to offer introductory coding courses for blind and visually impaired youth and adults. These courses are designed to familiarize blind and low vision young adults and adults with basic coding tools, challenges navigating these tools with assistive technology such as screen readers, and techniques for navigating those challenges. Join Florian Beijers, a blind coder, as he guides you through learning the basics of coding in multiple programming languages. This is the second in a series of four courses. This second course takes place Tuesdays in April at 1:00 PM Eastern time. Classes will be April 5, 12, 19, and 26 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM Eastern daylight time, but all sessions will be recorded and available soon after the live class for those who cannot attend at the scheduled time. If you cannot attend at the scheduled time, please be sure to register for the webinar so that you will receive all emails, including links to the recordings. Pre-requisite knowledge: At least intermediate familiarity with a screen reader with speech and/or braille, or intermediate familiarity with a screen magnification program. Ability to use the internet to accomplish tasks such as searching for and reading information, completing forms, and using keyboard shortcuts to navigate, read, and edit. Ability to follow written instructions to independently download and install programs and extensions. Willingness to participate in the entire course consisting of 4 weekly sessions; each session will last 90 minutes. Willingness to spend at least two hours per week on review and homework. Lesson Plan Goal: Introduce students to multiple coding modalities and how to navigate barriers encountered. Learning Objectives: 1. Identify three reasons to use ARIA and when not to use it. 2. Explain at least three requirements for web accessibility using ARIA. 3. Successfully apply Python basics to at least three coding tasks. 4. Describe use of Python in web application, data science, and automation. 5. Identify at least two obstacles present in the development field for blind and low vision coders, and two strategies to either join a development team or take a software development-related study. Materials Needed: screen reader with speech output or Braille display and/or screen magnification program. Here is the link to register:
https://aph.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_COVPq9ogT96c_X8XbSRPtA

20) VPAT® 101: Introduction to the Voluntary Product Accessibility Template

April 27th 2022 | 9AM PT, 10AM MT, 11AM CT, 12PM ET, 4PM GMT | A Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) is a great way to document your product's accessibility, but many companies are unaware of their existence and how to use them. Join Accessibility Engineers Brian Elton and Mitchell Evan from TPGi for answers to questions such as: What information is contained in a VPAT. Is a VPAT just for websites. Is every organization required to have one. How can a company secure a VPAT? Is it better to create it in-house or get a third party involved? TPGi's webinar will answer those questions and more, and explain how your organization can benefit from a VPAT. Register today:
https://www.tpgi.com/webinar-april-27-at-12pm-et-vpat-101-introduction-voluntary-product-accessibility-template/

21) What Does it Meme?: Understanding and Sharing Visual Culture | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

May 2nd 2022 | 3PM PT, 4PM MT, 5PM CT, 6PM ET, 10PM GMT | Monday May 2, 6:00 - 7:30 PM Eastern Memes are a rich part of Internet culture but, usually, they're not accessible to blind and low-vision people. Join us as we dive into the meaning and evolution of memes, and explore how concise, evocative description can create equity of access in digital spaces. This event will take place online:
https://nypl.zoom.us/j/87873411950?pwd=c1gwWTdQV0V1aG1ScG50OTVLUVFudz09#success

22) American Foundation for the Blind Leadership Conference (AFBLC)

May 2nd 2022 through May3rd 2022 | Hyatt Regency Arlington, Virgina. Join us for the American Foundation for the Blind's Leadership Conference (AFBLC), which will take place at the Hyatt Regency, Arlington, Virginia this year. We aim to create a world of no limits for people who are blind. We are committed to putting inclusion to work, which will be a major emphasis of our 2022 AFBLC. AFBLC provides a forum in which leaders from a variety of fields-including research, technology, education, corporations, health and government organizations-have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of best practices, refine leadership skills, identify inclusion practices that work, and share concerns and strategies. The Migel Medal, the highest honor in the blindness field, as well as the Corinne Kirchner Research Award and the newly established Llura Gund Leadership Award will be presented at the AFB Leadership Conference. We look forward to gathering with you to explore the conference themes of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility:
https://www.afb.org/about-afb/events-and-awards/afblc2022?sourceid=&ms=N422JAN2EM3LC&emci=613b769b-b58e-ec11-a507-281878b83d8a&emdi=e828bc7c-418f-ec11-a507-281878b83d8a&ceid=8505425

23) Intro to Facebook with Accessibility in Mind | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

May 5th 2022 | 11AM PT, 12PM MT, 1PM CT, 2PM ET, 6PM GMT | Thursday May 5th 2022 from 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM ET. We'll go over the basics of navigating Facebook with confidence on mobile and the web. Learn how to create posts including links and photos, navigate the News Feed, access important settings, handle messages and more. This hybrid event will take place online and in person. Please RSVP to chanceyfleet@nypl.org ✉ to attend in person, or register for the Zoom:
https://nypl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAud-6prjIiHNLfBON7AHjHx7b0LE-PELaN?_x_zm_rtaid=O_T4jl2gQk-eJ1vIXaeqDw.1648421599270.e098cddc0d3e6ab8b653afe6c5833f53&_x_zm_rhtaid=371

24) iPhone Chat for Voiceover Beginners | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

May 7th 2022 | 10AM PT, 11AM MT, 12PM CT, 1PM ET, 5PM GMT | First Saturdays (April 2, May 7, June 4) 1:00 - 2:15 PM ET. If you're new to using Voiceover on the iPhone or if you're still working toward confidence, this discussion group is for you. We'll spend some time going over the theory of how screen readers work, gestures everyone needs to know, and some strategies for getting help. Then, we'll open it up for questions and networking. This event will take place online:
https://nypl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0vcuiqqjwtHdzr8bnEn6y-ypuxRhgkdvwz

25) iPhone Chat for Voiceover Users: Beyond the Basics | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

May 7th 2022 | 11:30AM PT, 12:30AM, 1:30PM CT, 2:30PM ET, 6:30PM GMT | First Saturdays (April 2, May 7, June 4) from 2:30 - 4:00 PM ET. Talk about customizing gestures and settings, exploring new apps, choosing accessories, dealing with bugs, and whatever else comes to mind. This is a space for any and all Voiceover topics that go beyond the basics of using common gestures and built-in apps. This event will take place online:
https://nypl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0vcuiqqjwtHdzr8bnEn6y-ypuxRhgkdvwz

26) Premium services using Alexa and Google | Technology User Group

May 14 2022 | 7AM PT, 8AM MT, 9AM CT, 10AM ET, 2PM GMT | All events are currently being held via teleconference until further notice. No programs will be held in person. Please dial (319) 527-4994 ☎ at 10 AM ET. Alexa and Google are adding premium services to their skill set. How do you subscribe to these services and use them?
https://www.marylandlibraries.org/Pages/Technology%20User%20Group.aspx

27) Where in the World: Accessible Wayfinding and Mapping for iOS | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

May 18th 2022 | 12PM PT, 1PM MT, 2PM CT, 3PM ET, 7PM GMT | Wednesday May 18th 2022 from 3:00 - 4:30 PM ET. We'll explore accessible mainstream apps like Apple and Google Maps, which can give you walking or transit directions and help you discover points of interest in your city. Plus, we'll explore Microsoft Soundscape and Goodmaps, two apps built to give you precise, accessible guidance. This event will take place in person and online. To attend in person, please RSVP to ChanceyFleet@nypl.org ✉ or register via Zoom to join online:
https://nypl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMrcu2rrjkjGd0aaqdPZNDeB4iaC3L06-Lo

28) iPhone Chat for Voiceover Beginners | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

June 4th 2022 | 10AM PT, 11AM MT, 12PM CT, 1PM ET, 5PM GMT | First Saturdays (April 2, May 7, June 4) 1:00 - 2:15 PM ET. If you're new to using Voiceover on the iPhone or if you're still working toward confidence, this discussion group is for you. We'll spend some time going over the theory of how screen readers work, gestures everyone needs to know, and some strategies for getting help. Then, we'll open it up for questions and networking. This event will take place online:
https://nypl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0vcuiqqjwtHdzr8bnEn6y-ypuxRhgkdvwz

29) iPhone Chat for Voiceover Users: Beyond the Basics | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

June 4th 2022 | 11:30AM PT, 12:30AM, 1:30PM CT, 2:30PM ET, 6:30PM GMT | First Saturdays (April 2, May 7, June 4) from 2:30 - 4:00 PM ET. Talk about customizing gestures and settings, exploring new apps, choosing accessories, dealing with bugs, and whatever else comes to mind. This is a space for any and all Voiceover topics that go beyond the basics of using common gestures and built-in apps. This event will take place online:
https://nypl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0vcuiqqjwtHdzr8bnEn6y-ypuxRhgkdvwz

30) Using iOS Shortcuts | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

June 9th 2022 | 11AM PT, 12PM MT, 1PM CT, 2PM ET, 6PM GMT | Thursday June 9, 2:00 - 3:30 PM Eastern. Shortcuts can be used to automate tasks and save time. Join us to explore examples of effective shortcuts and learn to create your own. This event will take place in person and online. Email ChanceyFleet@nypl.org ✉ to RSVP in person, or register to participate online:
https://nypl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZElc-itrjgvHNDogsDg6wMe47pOluSIcXYI?_x_zm_rtaid=O_T4jl2gQk-eJ1vIXaeqDw.1648421599270.e098cddc0d3e6ab8b653afe6c5833f53&_x_zm_rhtaid=371

31) Gadgets and Aapps for Safe Navigation | Technology User Group

June 11th 2022 | 7AM PT, 8AM MT, 9AM CT, 10AM ET, 2PM GMT | All events are currently being held via teleconference until further notice. No programs will be held in person. Please dial (319) 527-4994 ☎ at 10 AM ET. There are many apps and devices that can aid a visually impaired traveler through the unknown. Avoid low-hanging obstacles and other obstructions. Which ones can you afford and which ones offer the best protection?
https://www.marylandlibraries.org/Pages/Technology%20User%20Group.aspx

32) Tactile Drawing from Still Life | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

June 11th 2022 | 10:30 AM PT, 11:30 AM MT, 12:30 PM CT, 1:30 PM ET, 5:30 PM GMT | Saturday June 11th 2022 from 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern In this hands-on workshop, we'll explore still life scenes of 3D objects and then create accessible tactile drawings. A variety of tactile media will be offered. This hands-on event will take place in person. Please email ChanceyFleet@nypl.org ✉ to RSVP.

33) Intro to Google Translate | Andrew Heiskell Braille And Talking Book Library

June 15th 2022 | 11AM PT, 12PM MT, 1PM CT, 2PM ET, 6PM GMT | Wednesday June 15th 2022 from 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM Eastern. Take a deep dive into this powerful cross-platform tool for translation. We'll explore how to translate from speech, text, handwriting and the camera; how to build a list of phrases you use often; and what you need to know about conversational and continuous translation. This event will take place in person and online. Email ChanceyFleet@nypl.org ✉ to attend in person, or register to participate online:
https://nypl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZElc-itrjgvHNDogsDg6wMe47pOluSIcXYI?_x_zm_rtaid=5aP3v6sNTtuCFyUfVDXxaQ.1648429186785.e6167c6b9ddb64d3c5052fc57b1d89aa&_x_zm_rhtaid=506


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About: Double Tap TV is a weekly tech show on AMI-tv, (also available on CBC Gem in Canada and YouTube). Each week join hosts Steven Scott (@blindguytech) and Marc Aflalo (@marcaflalo) as they help viewers better understand how technology can assist in everyday life. Its tech from an accessible point of view! The show features interviews with some of the biggest names in consumer tech and features up and coming companies and services.


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About: HIMS, Inc. is a global manufacturer and distributor that has provided braille, magnification and accessible healthcare devices since 1999.


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Blind Mice Swap Shop: Sell, Swap, and Buy. The Mice receive calls everyday asking if we buy or sell used or unwanted items. The Mice don't sell used products but to help our members, we created the Blind Mice Swap Shop! The Blind Mice Swap Shop is the place for Sellers, Traders, & Buyers to find each other! Do you ... have something you don't want anymore... Post it for sale on the Blind Mice Swap Shop. Got something you just don't use... Post it for sale on the Blind Mice Swap Shop. Got something new to sell... Post it for sale on the Blind Mice Swap Shop. Provide a service that might be helpful to other Blind and Visually Impaired folks... Post it to the Blind Mice Swap Shop. Have an announcement about an upcoming event beneficial to the Blind & Visually Impaired Community... Post it to the Blind Mice Swap Shop. Joining the Blind Mice Swap Shop is free and as easy as sending an email to: BlindMiceSwapShop+Subscribe@Groups.io

About: Welcome to Blind Mice Mega Mall! The Mall with the Blind In Mind! Blind Mice Mega Mall is designed for use with a screen reader and low vision software for visually impaired shoppers. Each store is an independent business owned / managed by a member of the Blind / Low Vision Community. Please browse & shop the merchants at Blind Mice Mega Mall. You will find great items and unique offerings from our merchants. You help the Blind Community every time you make a purchase from any of the merchants at Blind Mice Mega Mall. Every purchase made at Blind Mice Mega Mall gives back to the Blind and Visually Impaired Community. Proceeds from sales fund the MouseHole Scholarship Program, the Cooking In The Dark Show and The Movie Vault. Blind Mice Mega Mall accepts American Express, Discover, Mastercard, Visa, PayPal, Checks, and Money Orders. Purchase Orders From State Agencies are also welcome.


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Launch your career in the digital accessibility field! The Carroll Center for the Blind's new 7-week intensive Screen Reader User Tester Training program allows participants to learn and grow their ability to professionally explore, test, and report findings regarding the accessibility of websites, mobile applications, and digital document files using screen readers. Want to learn more? Start your journey to becoming a Screen Reader User Tester by visiting:
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This holiday season, give the gift of access to the world's most fundamental right, the right to information. Scribe for Personal Documents is a cloud based service that takes previously inaccessible digital material and renders it into accessible formats in seconds. Help out someone in your life whom you know could use the access, or secure the access for yourself here:
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About: Backed by two decades of creating award-winning accessible cloud technologies for people with visual impairments, Pneuma Solutions is the global leader in accessible cloud-based solutions. Pneuma Solutions was founded by long-time accessibility developers Mike Calvo and Matt Campbell. For more information on their individual profiles, click on their respective bio pages. We're proud to be the first company to develop cloud-based accessibility at the network level. Our tools provide organizations, like yours, a way to deliver secure, accessible information right from your network or from our secure servers. You can provide your print disabled consumers, students, employees, and citizens with a multitude of accessible options. Additionally, we offer a suite of cloud-based applications to blind and print disabled consumers directly from our website. Our consumer products are designed to make the day-to-day lives of blind and print disabled individuals more accessible and simpler to manage. Access to information is not a privilege, it's a right. It's also your right to obtain affordable, accessible cloud solutions to serve your end user. When organizations like yours implement our tools, together we help make it a more inclusive world for people with disabilities. Want to know more about how we can help you become more inclusive?

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Our world-class refreshable Braille displays deliver efficient Braille input and outstanding output for your PC or mobile device. The robust Bluetooth® connectivity provides seamless use with Windows®, Mac®, iPhones®, iPads®, and AndroidTM smartphones and tablets. Ergonomic navigation features allow quick, natural hand movements for greater productivity. When used with JAWS® screen reading software, they support our popular Braille Study Mode, an interactive tool for teaching and learning Braille. Learn more today:
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About: Freedom Scientific, a Vispero brand, is a leading worldwide brand of assistive technology products for those with vision impairments. We offer products designed to promote independence, allowing blind and low vision individuals the same access to information as their sighted peers. World-renowned JAWS (Job Access With Speech) screen reading software and ZoomText screen magnification software provide users the independence and ability to seek education and obtain or maintain a career after vision loss. Our expansive product line includes both low vision and blindness technology for all aspects of daily living. The wide range of RUBY, TOPAZ, and ONYX desktop and portable video magnifiers are designed for their ease of use and assist with daily activities. Our impressive line of blindness hardware products include refreshable Braille displays and scanning and reading devices, offering many options tailored to fit individual needs.


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About: The APH ConnectCenter offers curated advice and resources to assist children, parents, adults, and job seekers who are blind or visually impaired, and their associated professionals, leading to greater independence and success in their lives.


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The wait is over! A redefined family of Brailliant refreshable Braille displays has arrived! The NEW Brailliant BI X Series will help you stay connected, download books from many participating online libraries and share information easily with your peers. You will enjoy the intuitive, seamless user experience of KeySoft Lite, the HumanWare flagship accessibility suite designed to make you more productive. Including the Brailliant BI 40X and the Brailliant BI 20X, this is the Brailliant idea you need!
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About: HumanWare is the global leader in assistive technology for people who are blind or have low vision. HumanWare offers a wide range of innovative products, including the BrailleNote Touch, first Google certified braille tablet, the iOS compatible Brailliant braille displays, Victor Reader®, the world's leading family of digital audiobook players, the unique Prodigi® family of desktop and portable vision and reading systems, and the ultra-portable explore line of electronic handheld magnifier.


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About: Founded in 1902, San Francisco's LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired promotes the independence, equality and self-reliance of people who are blind or have low vision. Adaptations is your online go-to for tools, technology, and accessible solutions for blind and visually impaired people.


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