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  1. Accessing Foreign Language Material such as Bilingual DictionariesQuestion

    I'm wondering if anyone has found an effective way to access foreign language materials (eg bilingual dictionaries), otherwise only available in print? I have not found any OCR solutions to be satisfactory for this purpose.

  2. Microsoft office access 2010 using jawsQuestion

  3. RiVO keyboard for VoiceOverArticle

    RiVO is a revolutionary keyboard made for iPhone VoiceOver users. Being about the size of a credit card, it is highly portable and yet comfortable. You can use it to enjoy your iPhone in your pocket.

  4. Accessible Android App for Solving Some CaptchasLink

    This app can help you solve some captchas on web pages in your Android browser.

  5. How to scan your computer using malwarebytes antimalwareAudio

  6. Audible Teleprompter for Public SpeakingAudio

    Public speaking, reading fluently aloud, and reading to oneself for personal comprehension using an audible teleprompter. An enhanced presentation of the workshop delivered at the NFB National Convention July 2013.

  7. NVDA LinksLink

    These are links to tutorials and articles on how to use NVDA.

  8. The Future of Mobile Technology for the BlindArticle

    Mobile Technologies are now offering the ability to promote greater independence by enabling the blind to cope and to improve their condition. In this post, we want to feature other mobile innovations that are highly advantageous for the visually impaired.

  9. Setting the Internet Explorer Desktop Application as the Default in Windows 8Audio

    When I first started using Windows 8, I noticed that my Internet Explorer did not seem to work the same way with Jaws it had previously. It did not respond to the keyboard commands as I expected it to. I learned that Windows 8 opens the Internet Explorer app by default and not the Internet Explorer desktop application.

  10. iDevices and Me: Age 11Video

    I am eleven years old, and I know how to text using an Apple keyboard or a Braille display, call with voice command, and do many other useful things. In this video I will show you how I operate idevices.

  11. You Tube demonstrations of the JAWS Screen reader.Article

    There are over 2000 you tube videos about JAWS, here are just a few to get you started! This is from Jonathan Durtschi

  12. I Devices and Me: Age 11Video

    In this video I will show you how I operate I devices. They can provide entertainment, and they are also very friendly for people with visual impairments. I am eleven years old, and I know how to text using an Apple keyboard or a braille display, call with voice command, and many other useful things.

  13. How to delete ring tones from your iPhone using iTunesAudio

    If you have ever been frustrated trying to delete a ring tone from your iPhone, here is a brief walk through of how to remove them using iTunes with Jaws.

  14. Easy Steps to A Quick Volume ControlArticle

    No more typing, tabbing, clicking or other nonsense hunting down the Sound applet just to turn up or down your music in Windows 7. Here's easy steps to adjusting your volume in less than 2-seconds from anywhere on your computer!

  15. Blind drivers at the steering wheel Article

  16. How to Make images of Text Appear Larger and Readable for OCRArticle

    Learn how to independently enlarge image-based documents containing small print, using screen reader technologies.

  17. How to Quickly view E-mail message in Browser with Outlook 2010Article

    Read on to find out how you can quickly access your complicated HTML message in your browser when read using Microsoft Office Outlook 2010.

  18. Preview ofUpcoming NLS BARD app for iOSArticle

    From BlindAccessJournal.com - In this approximately 26-minute podcast, Allison Hilliker and Darrell Shandrow are honored to speak with Judy Dixon, Consumer Relations Officer with the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, all about the upcoming release of the agency’s BARD Mobile app for reading Braille and digital talking books on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.

  19. How to make math and other special symbols talk in JAWSArticle

    How to read special symbols with JAWS screen reading software

  20. The RoboBraille Service: Best Quality OCRArticle

    RoboBraille is a web-based service for converting inaccessible PDF, Word, or even JPG images of text. Read on to find out more about this beautiful online service!

  21. Optimizing Firefox with Jaws 14Question

  22. Web Anywhere Screen ReaderLink

    This link points to a web site where there is a free, ready-to-run screen reader that requires no installation.

  23. Options for Image-based DocumentsArticle

    Nowadays, all you see are PDF documents. Most of these are images, and can be difficult for screen readers to interact with.

  24. Google Transit DemoAudio

    Basic overview of the google transit page which is used for getting public transportation directions.

  25. Federal Government Limits Web AccessArticle

    Is internet access a civil right? Apparently not for all Americans. A federal worker explains how the U.S. is ensuring a "separate but not equal" policy.

  26. Brief Introduction to Safari on iOSAudio

    Quick but detailed description and demonstration of the safari web browser on iDevices

  27. Brief Introduction to Safari on iOSAudio

    Quick but detailed description and demonstration of the safari web browser on iDevices

  28. How to add transitions and sound effects to transitions in PowerPoint 2010 with JawsAudio

    Listen to this brief audio clip of how to add transitions and sound effects to transitions in PowerPoint 2010 with Jaws.

  29. How Blind People Use InstagramVideo

    Tommy Edison, who has been blind since birth, demonstrates how to use Instagram on the iPhone 4S.

  30. How to insert a clipart and move its location in PowerPoint 2010 with JawsAudio

  31. How to label pictures using alt text in PowerPoint 2010 with JawsAudio

    This brief audio podcast walks you through how to label pictures in PowerPoint 2010. This description will be announced when ever you bring focus to the picture whether you are in the normal view or slide presentation view.

  32. Adding a Theme in PowerPoint 2010 with JawsAudio

    Adding a theme will help in the visual presentation of your slide show.

  33. Using the Slide Sorter in PowerPoint 2010 with JawsAudio

    Learn how to reorder your slides using the slide sorter view. The slide sorter allows you to cut, copy, paste, or delete your slides.

  34. Inserting a title and date in PowerPoint 2010 with JawsAudio

    This goes through inserting the date so that the date updates automatically

  35. Inserting a slide in PowerPoint 2010 with Jaws Audio

  36. PowerPoint 2010 with Jaws Lesson PlanAudio

    This lesson covers the basics of navigating PowerPoint 2010 including inserting pictures, audio files, animation timing, and speaker notes.

  37. Fleksy Tutorial for iosAudio

    Fleksy tutorial for Ios products recorded by Eric Guillory

  38. NFB Newsline ios app demoAudio

    This tutorial explains how to use the newsline app on Iphones and Ipads.

  39. Siri with IOS 6Audio

    Listen to a few things Siri can do on the iPhone with IOS 6

  40. How to change the font and format of cells in Microsoft Excel 2010Audio

    This tutorial covers how to change the font, change the date format, change the percentage format, change the width of a column, insert a row, insert a comment, delete a row, and use the paste special feature.

  41. Windows Explorer Changing the viewAudio

    How to change the items view and create folders in Windows Explorer

  42. Navigating the Windows ExplorerAudio

    Basic Layout and Navigation of the Windows Explorer

  43. Voiceover on YoutubeArticle

    Every link out there using voiceover on youtube.com

  44. VisionAssist App for Iphone & IpadLink

    VisionAssist is a new category of handheld electronic magnifier that utilizes your smartphone.

  45. Accessible Methods of Making E paymentsQuestion

    Wondering if anyone knows of accessible e payments options such as Google Wallet, Apple Wallet, etc.

  46. What is your favorite feature of the Apex Braillenote?Question

  47. Descriptive Audio and the System Access Mobile NetworkAudio

    A podcast showing how easy it is to use the System Access Mobile Network.

  48. How To Disable A Laptop's Touch Pad MouseAudio

    This is a short tutorial on how to disable one's touch pad mouse on a laptop. Remember, when restarting a computer, you have to go through the steps to disable it.

  49. Apple TV AccessibilityVideo

    This video describes and demonstrates the VoiceOver screen reader on the Apple TV. It also shows how to turn on Closed Captioning.

  50. How to join/subscribe Google Groups without a Gmail IDArticle

    This shows how to goin a google group with having to fill in the grapical code

  51. how to know if your computer is infectedArticle

    This article gives very useful tips to make sure your computer stays clean and how to tell if you are infected.

  52. Alva BC640 Question

    How does one allow sound to continue through the PC speakers as opposed to the feature pack speakers, and how do you allow the Braille keyboard to take presidence over the computer keyboard?

  53. Navigating and interacting with the iPhone Home screenAudio

    Do you need some iPhone basics? This brief tutorial goes over how to unlock the screen, describes the general layout of the home screen, how to move from one icon to the next using VoiceOver gestures, how to open an app from the home screen, how to move to the different pages of the home screen, and how to open and close folders

  54. How to delete contacts on the I phoneArticle

    Everyone asks me how do I delete a contact on my I phone? Here is a step by step process!

  55. I phone and I pad downloadsArticle

    How to set up I cloud for multiple devices

  56. Sprint to offer free accessibility to Android phonesArticle

    If you are an Android user and a Sprint user this is for you!

  57. Windows ExplorerAudio

    A discussion with Max on using the Windows explorer

  58. Stanford Course Yields Touchscreen Braille WriterVideo

    Will a touchscreen braille writer using a tablet (like the iPad) be available in the future?

  59. Taskbar GuideLink

  60. JAWS for Windows (JFW)Question

  61. Basic JAWS CommandsLink

  62. iPhone video transfer Question

    How do you get the iPhone to allow for very large Mav files from the video file to be saved to the computer or allow it to be put in dropbox?

  63. How to sort, filter, and auto fill in excelAudio

    If you are having trouble sorting or filtering tables in excel, here is an easy to follow example.

  64. How to safely remove a thumb drive from the computer in Windows XP Audio

  65. Siri simplifies tasks on the iPhone 4SAudio

    Curious what the iPhone 4S can do? Listen to how Siri takes the hastle out of sending texts, email, setting appointments, etc.

  66. Configuring automatic reading of field names in ExcelArticle

    If you tab around a worksheet, your screen reader speaks the coordinates of the currently active cell. This article describes a screen-reader independent way of configuring your worksheet to have row and column titles automatically spoken as you navigate the sheet.

  67. Fixing PDF Fillable Forms that Aren'tQuestion

    Have you ever tried to fill out a PDF form only to discover that none of your changes will save? Here's some help text you can send to the form's developer.

  68. Comparing Ebook Readers for Your iDeviceArticle

    Nothing works better for reading ebooks than an iDevice because so many different apps are available.

  69. Tips for Mastering a complex screen readerArticle

    Here are some ways of making the daunting process of memorizing all those keystrokes manageable.

  70. How to Burn A CD Using Only Windows XPArticle

    Stepb by step instructions with troubleshooting if XP says no CD in the drive.

  71. Voice Over is WonderfulArticle

    I, like a great majority of people, take part in social network, and text messaging, and with Voice Over, the capability to keep in touch, and use your cell phone has greatly improved for blind and low vision people, immensely.

  72. Mac For The Blind WebsiteLink

    A website for Visually Impaired People who use Apple products and services

  73. iOS VoiceOver Gesture, Keyboard & Braille Shortcuts by AxS LABArticle

    A complete list of gestures, keyboard and Braille shortcut commands to handle your iOS device. Updated 10/2011

  74. AxS LAB WebsiteLink

    Accessibility in mind with Games, Video Guides, Reviews and more

  75. Fixing Microsoft Outlook's HTML Reading Problems For JAWS UsersArticle

    If you use JAWS and Microsoft Outlook, you might find reading web-based newsletters tedious because JAWS reads a long disclaimer with every image. Here's how to disable that annoyance.

  76. Cursor Movement in iOSArticle

    Tips on editing text using the onscreen keyboard for the iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad and VoiceOver.

  77. Help using disc defragmenter and Windows 7 with JAWS 12Question

  78. Nokia Screen Reader from Code FactoryArticle

    New Nokia screen reader available probably later this year on selected phones. Check it out!

  79. Video: Demonstration of Student After 2 Weeks of Technology InstructionVideo

    This student lost her sight quickly and had never touched a computer before 10th grade. She learned how to use a computer with talking software within 2 weeks.

  80. Tech Vision WebsiteLink

    TechVision provides lessons to teach how use use the Internet, Facebook, Skype, Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and more. $1.99 per lesson or bundles available.

  81. Release of JAWS 13Article

    JAWS 13 is now available!

  82. Best Free Unit and Currency Conversion ProgramLink

    Convert Unit and Currency with this Program

  83. Best Free Keyboard and Mouse Control SoftwareLink

    Want more control over your keyboard and mouse settings and actions?

  84. Best Free Time Correction UtilityLink

  85. NFB Access Technology Blog - The Ibis ReaderLink

    A platform for reading ePUB books.

  86. Mailing list - Accessibility of the new SiriusXM playerLink

  87. Recording of HumanWare Webinar - new Brailliant Braille DisplaysLink

    New Braille displays made by Humanware. Listen to a webinar!

  88. short DAISY book - Improvements in the Accessibility of IOS5Link

    Improvements in the accessibility of IOS5, the latest version of the operating system for the iPhone, iPad and iPod. Visit this link to learn about the changes if you haven't already.

  89. short DAISY book - Improvements in the Accessibility of IOS5Link

    Improvements in the accessibility of IOS5, the latest version of the operating system for the iPhone, iPad and iPod. Visit this link to learn about the changes if you haven't already.

  90. BlindTunes - JAWS scripts for Latest Version of iTunesLink

    Scripts for Jaws, to use the new version of iTunes. It's called BlindTunes

  91. October, 2011 issue of accessWorld - Now AvailableLink

    Articles about employment, a review of the Braille Sense , a discussion of the new AccessWorld app for the iPhone,etc.

  92. How to Use “Find my Friends” App for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch iOS5 users: Article

  93. Self-driving Cars Available from 2020Article

    Article explaining cool features of cars driving themselves through traffic, warnings of slippery roads, intersections, road blocks etc.

  94. Android 4.0 Platform Highlights. Article

    Highlights from the Android platform regarding accessibility.

  95. American Foundation for the Blind's AccessWorld AppLink

    This is the official app of the American Foundation for the Blind's online publication AccessWorld.

  96. New AppleCare+ (Plus) Extended Warranty Covers AccidentsLink

    Prone to smartphone-related accidents? Apple has a new iPhone AppleCare+ plan that covers accidental damage.

  97. ChromeVox User Guide: Screenreader for Chrome OSLink

    ChromeVox by google is a screen reader for Chrome OS, intended to bring the speed, versatility, and security of Chrome OS to visually impaired users

  98. Accessibility Updates for Google Docs, Sites and CalendarVideo

    Webinar recorded September 21, 2011. A demo and discussion of recently enhanced accessibility features in Google Apps for businesses, governments and schools.

  99. Haptic shoe could replace the white caneArticle

    A vibrating device in your shoe to guide you and avoid obsticles. Lets see if this one sees the light.

  100. Engineers Create Touchscreen Braille WriterArticle

    A new Braille writer or note taker with a touch screen! A Must-read, and a must-get!

  101. IPhone GPS Comparison 2Audio

    Mike Arrigo updates his earlier report on accessible iPhone GPS apps and demonstrates two particularly good ones--the Magellan Road Mate and the Motion X Drive. 25.9 MB

  102. The layout of Windows 7 Windows ExplorerAudio

  103. LookTel Money Reader for iPhone - PerformanceVideo

    Demonstration of LookTel money reader for the iPhone.

  104. Resources for Learning About Programming - Beginners and Advanced!Link

    Do you want to learn programming? Or are you a programmer and want more info, more resources? Here are a few websites to visit, as well as a cool mailing list for beginners and advanced programmers!

  105. Using JAWS With Popular ApplicationsLink

    Are you struggling to use JAWS with popular applications like XL, MSWord etc? Here's where you can get help.

  106. Creating Custom Hotkeys for Your Favorite Application or FolderLink

  107. Create DAISY With DAISY Pipeline Link

    Ever wanted to create your own DAISY files?

  108. Ninite - Update your software automatically!Link

    Ninite can help you update real quick.

  109. Ninite - Update your software automatically!Link

    Ninite can help you update real quick.

  110. Fast Search-And-Replace Utility Link

  111. Behind the sceens, with Windows 7Link

  112. Directory of Free Assistive Technology Software Link

  113. Siri App on iPhone 4SVideo

    Siri on iPhone 4S lets you use your voice to send messages, set reminders, place phone calls, ask questions and more.

  114. The new Apple i Phone 4GSArticle

    Here is all the lowdown on the new Apple i Phone! What it can do and when you can get one!

  115. Tech Vision BlogLink

    Dr. Denise Robinson teaches children and adults, who have vision impairments or reading challenges, technology and skills that will help them succeed in life.

  116. Accessible Twitter: QwitterLink

    Qwitter is a program that makes Twitter accessible to blind and visually impaired users.

  117. Hope: Accessible PandoraLink

    Chris Toth developed a program called "Hope" that allows those that use screen reading technology (i.e. Jaws) to use Pandora.

  118. Toying With Technology: RoboticsVideo

    12 blind high school students from Iowa worked in teams to disassemble, assemble, and reprogram robots built from intricate LEGO pieces.

  119. Apple Website: VoiceoverLink

    Apple website link that describes Voiceover and provides text and video tutorials on how to independently use.

  120. A Jaws guide to learning how to use Internet Explorer 8Article

    A detailed user guide in learning how to use IE 8

  121. How to use Outlook Express in XPArticle

    This is a Jaws guide on how to use Outlook Express. It will not work in Windows 7 only XP and earlier.

  122. Pairing an iPhone with a Braille Note ApexAudio

    Trouble shooting tips for pairing an iPhone with the Braille Note Apex

  123. Introduction to Sound Forge Audio

    This is a basic description on how to edit and save audio in the sound Forge program version 7 8 or 9.

  124. Pebble - Portable Handheld Electronic Magnifier for Low VisionVideo

    Pebble - Portable Handheld Electronic Magnifier by Enhanced Vision USA

  125. SmartView Versa: Handheld MagnifierVideo

    SmartView Versa: Handheld Magnifier by Humanware

  126. SmartView 360: Desktop Video MagnifierVideo

    The Smartview 360 is a desktop video magnifier by Humanware.

  127. ZoomText Xtra TutorialLink

    ZoomText® Xtra is a software program that combines large print and screen reading when using Windows application

  128. BrailleNote TutorialLink

    Link to 9 modules/tutorials on how to use the BrailleNote, a portable reading and writing system.

  129. Jaws TutorialLink

    This comprehensive tutorial provides specifics on using JAWS with Windows

  130. Read2Go Video with Short Download DemonstrationVideo

    Read2Go is an accessible e-reader app for the Apple iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch that allows readers with print disabilities to access books.

  131. Using iPhone 4 with a Braille DisplayVideo

    Victor Tsaran of the Yahoo! Accessibility Lab demonstrates how to use a refreshable braille display to drive the iPhone.

  132. How to Connect a Mountbatten Brailler to a ComputerVideo

    How to Connect a Mountbatten Brailler to a Computer. 13 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay

  133. Making The Mountbatten Brailler Easy For A Classroom TeacherVideo

    Making The Mountbatten Brailler Easy For A Classroom Teacher. 12 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay

  134. Mountbatten Brailler: Printing Video

    Mountbatten Brailler: Printing. 11 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay.

  135. Mountbatten Brailler: Introducing Contractions in Groups Using the Pattern Series. Video

    Mountbatten Brailler: Introducing Contractions in Groups Using the Pattern Series. 10 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay.

  136. Mountbatten Brailler: Using a Keyboard.Video

    Mountbatten Brailler: Using a Keyboard. 9 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay.

  137. Mountbatten Brailler: Simple Brailling Into MemoryVideo

    Mountbatten Brailler: Simple Brailling Into Memory. 8 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay.

  138. Mountbatten Brailler: Formatting BrailleVideo

    Mountbatten Brailler: Formatting Braille. 7 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay.

  139. Mountbatten Brailler: Graphics ModeVideo

    Mountbatten Brailler: Graphics Mode. 6 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay.

  140. Mountbatten Brailler: Issuing CommandsVideo

    Mountbatten Brailler: Issuing Commands. 5 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay.

  141. Mountbatten Brailler: Brailling BasicsVideo

    Mountbatten Brailler: Brailling Basics. 4 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay.

  142. Mountbatten Brailler: All About PaperVideo

    Mountbatten Brailler: All About Paper. 3 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay.

  143. Mountbatten Brailler: Starting From Factory DefaultsVideo

    Mountbatten Brailler: Starting From Factory Defaults. 2 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay.

  144. Introduction to the Mountbatten BraillerVideo

    Mountbatten Brailler: Introduction 1 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay.

  145. Mountbatten Basics: Using MB Comm SoftwareVideo

    Mountbatten Basics: Using MB Comm Software . 14 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay

  146. Lime Lighter Demonstration: Low Vision Solution for MusicVideo

    The Lime Lighter displays printed music notation using the traditional five-line staff, allowing user to magnify the music up to 10 times the original size.

  147. NFB Newsline: An Introduction to the service for new users.Audio

    NFB Newsline: An audio introduction to the service for new users.

  148. Macintosh Computers for people with low vision.Audio

    Dr. Bill Takeshita from AIRS-LA discusses the benefits of an Apple Macintosh computer for people with vision impairments.

  149. How to select a desktop video magnifierAudio

    Dr. Bill Takeshita from AIRS-LA explains how to select a desktop video magnifier.

  150. iPad Versus the NetbookAudio

    Dr. Bill Takeshita from AIRS-LA explains the differences between the iPad and Netbook.

  151. Vision Talk: How and Why of Using Facebook. Audio

    On the Vision Talk Project, Dr. Bill Takeshita interviews Julian Vargas, who shares some valuable tips on how to set up a Facebook page.

  152. The Start Menu in Windows 7Audio

    Here are a few tips that will take out the frustration of navigating the start menu in Windows 7.

  153. Windows 7 at a glanceAudio

    Take the mystery and the confusion right out of Windows 7 and enjoy the new features.

  154. Cheap Talking MP3 Players!Link

    Looking for a MP3 player? "Below $100"?

  155. Read2Go Demo by Lara LongVideo

    Read2Go is a new Apple app from Bookshare for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

  156. How do I get Jaws to bring up a list of the buttons on the internet?Question

  157. Reading highlighted text after searching on computerQuestion

    Struggling to see the pale colours used by the computer to highlight text when I have used a "search" function. This can be in a word document, pdf, or web page.

  158. Keyboard shortcuts for itunes using a MacArticle

    helpful iTunes hints for Mac users

  159. Easier watching of Youtube video'sLink

    Are you struggling with the Youtube interface? Here's a website which makes it easier!

  160. iPhone charging plug right side up Article

    When plugging in my iPhone, this is how I determine which side of the charging cord plug is right side up.

  161. Apple Accessibility and product demonstrations by Everette BaconLink

  162. Memoirs of a blind SwitcherArticle

    Very interesting article for those of you thinking of switching from a PC to a Mac.

  163. TV SpeakArticle

    This is a new way to keep track of what's on TV

  164. Downloading BARD Books with Internet Explorer 9Article

    A public post from the BARD-Support list. Instructions from the NLS Technical Support Team that concisely explains the process of downloading anything with Internet Explorer9, not just books.

  165. How to Make Open Office AccessibleAudio

    A demo on how to make open office accessible using java access bridge.

  166. How to Navigate folders on the victor streamAudio

  167. Here is a brief walk through of how to create a music playlist on the Victor Reader Stream using the Humanware companion softwareAudio

  168. Dennis Hong: Making a car for blind driversVideo

    Professor Dennis Hong directs the Virginia Tech College of Engineering Robotics and Mechanisms Laboratory. Hong spoke about the Blind Drivers Challenge in a prestigious TED Talk in March 2011.

  169. Windows 7 Taskbar Jaws GuideArticle

    Jaws guide to the taskbar on Windows 7, that covers the Start menu, the taskbar buttons, and the Notification area.

  170. Windows Explorer 7 GuideLink

    Windows Explorer 7 guide for users of the Jaws screen reader, written by David Bailes.

  171. Blind Cool TechLink

    Blind Cool Tech is a free website where people post links to podcasts about assistive technology for the blind and visually impaired.

  172. Here is a brief overview of how to use the ribbons and the quick access toolbar in Microsoft Word 2007Audio

    This is a test

  173. Handy Tech North America WebsiteLink

    "Handy Tech North America is a great resource for Index brand Braille embossers, E.Z. Braille displays, and Macintosh training.

  174. Blind Bargains WebsiteLink

    "Blind Bargains provides the latest deals, and news for the blind and visually impaired

  175. Next Generation Technologies WebsiteLink

    Next Generation Technologies is the main source for JSAY and other voice recognition information

  176. AppleVis WebsiteLink

    AppleVis is a community powered site for vision-impaired users of Apple's iOS devices.

  177. Windows Mail GuideLink

    A guide for users of the Jaws screen reader, written by David Bailes.

  178. Top Tech TidbitsLink

    Top Tech Tidbits is a weekly email newsletter giving the latest in assistive technology news.

  179. Blind Treasure Email List ServeLink

    Blind Treasures is an email list serve where people post items they want to sell, most items are assistive technology.

  180. Using Digit-Eyes on the iPhoneVideo

    Demonstration of using iPhone app Digit-Eyes to scan bar-codes of products and identify them.

  181. Money Reader vs. Eyenote apps for iPhoneVideo

    Accessible technology demonstrate two currency identification iPhone apps, the LookTel Money Reader and the Eyenote.

  182. Virtual Ribbon MenusAudio

    Jaws 12 makes navigating Office 2007 and Office 2010 ribbons even easier with a virtual ribbon. Tutorial by Freedom Scientific

  183. The Assistive Technology Show for December 01, 2010 Podcast by: Steve SawczynLink

  184. The Assistive Technology Show for March 9, 2011 Podcast by: Steve SawczynLink

  185. How to use pandora with JAWSQuestion

    Pandora is a website radio station that allows you to create personal stations by letting you choose songs and then it chooses more songs based on your choices. You then can click "if you like or don’t like the music and it continues to taylor your music for you. I want to know how to make it more accessible for screen reader users.

  186. ABiSee Testimonial on Zoom-Ex for the MacVideo

    ABiSee testimonial from Albert on the Zoom-Ex for the Mac.

  187. ABiSee - Eye-Pal Solo DemonstrationVideo

    Eye-Pal SOLO: Instant reading device for vision loss.

  188. ABiSee - Eye-Pal: How to Create a New BookVideo

    How to create a new book using ABiSee's Eye Pal.

  189. ABiSee Mac SupportArticle

    Eye-Pal and Zoom-Ex now work with Mac computers

  190. ABiSEE - Zoom-Twix: How to Freeze and Save an ImageVideo

    How to freeze and save an Image using ABiSEE's Zoom-Twix.

  191. Acrobat LCD, Electronic Magnifier for Low VisionVideo

    The Acrobat LCD features a 3 in 1 camera for reading, distance, and self viewing at any distance.

  192. A Quick Guide for SmartView™ Graduate Portable MagnifierVideo

    The SmartView Graduate is a light portable video magnifier and CCTV viewer.

  193. The Transformer, A Portable Electronic Video Magnifier.Video

    The Transformer, a portable electronic video magnifier for reading, distance and self viewing needs.

  194. Bookshare & Victor Stream Download Training Audio

    Audio tutorial on how to transfer bookshare files to the Victor Stream Reader.

  195. Victor Reader StreamVideo

    Overview of the Victor Stream Reader by Humanware.

  196. Blind Student Curtis Holman Demonstrates BookshareVideo

    Curtis Holman, a student at the Alabama School for the Blind. Curtis reads digital books from Bookshare.org on his BrailleNote, a portable Braille device. The Bookshare library is available to all people with qualified disabilities and free to all qualified U.S. students of any age. Please visit Bookshare.org for more information.

  197. ZoomReader for the iPhone & iTouchVideo

    Introducing ZoomReader a combination video magnifier and reader for the iPhone and iPod touch

  198. Ai Squared Product Spotlight: Victor Reader StreamVideo

    This video shows you how to use your Victor Reader Stream.

  199. ExcelColumnAndRowHeadersAudio

  200. ABiSEE: How to save a document as an imageVideo

    Saving a document as an image

  201. ABiSEE - Zoom-Twix TutorialVideo

    Zoom-Twix Tutorial

  202. Victor Stream: BookmarksAudio

    Made by HumanWare

  203. Victor Stream: Voice RecordingsAudio

    Made by HumanWare

  204. Victor Stream: OverviewAudio

    Made by HumanWare

  205. Victor Stream: IntroductionAudio

    Made by HumanWare

  206. ABiSee - Zoom Ex: How to Use Different Formatted Text Modes Video

  207. Relative and Absolute Cell Reference for ExcelAudio

  208. Safely Remove Thumb DriveAudio

  209. How to Use Goal Seek in ExcelAudio

  210. Kurzweil Tutorial on Scanning and Saving a DocumentAudio

  211. Introduction to KurzweilAudio

  212. Authorizing a Daisy Player for RFBAudio

  213. How to Navigate in Excel Audio

    Explains how to move around in the spreadsheet, move to different sheets in the workbook, Move among different excel files, go to a specific cell or text in the spreadsheet, etc.

  214. How to Name Ranges in ExcelAudio

    Defining a name both before and after creating a formula.

  215. How to Create and Edit Formulas in ExcelAudio

    Creating and editing formulas: (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division)

  216. Trekker Breeze 2.0 - New features tutorialVideo

  217. Window-Eyes and Office 2010 Preview Video

  218. New Talking CCTV from GW MicroVideo

  219. VoiceOver, the basicsArticle

    VoiceOver, a screen reader for many of apple's devices, is quite accessible and easy to use. In this tutorial, I will do my best to guide you through its basic use.

  220. Introduction to the BrailleNote NotetakerVideo

  221. Introduction to the Victor Reader StreamVideo

  222. Basic Accessibility Features of the iPadVideo

  223. Basic Accessibility Features of the iPadVideo

  224. iPad Video Tutorial for iPadVideo

    Presentation by Wesley Majerus, Access Specialist for the National Federation of the Blind on how blind persons use the iPad.

  225. Bookshare to Kindle tutorialVideo

    Tutorial on how to get a book from Bookshare on to your Kindle using MobiPocket Creator

  226. Blind Driver Challenge™ at the Rolex 24 At Daytona: Multi-Camera ViewVideo

    Groundbreaking Blind Driver Challenge™ demonstration on January 29, 2011.

  227. NFB Blind Driver ChallengeVideo