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  1. 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.

  2. Basic Accessibility Features of the iPadVideo

  3. Basic Accessibility Features of the iPadVideo

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. Brief Introduction to Safari on iOSAudio

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

  7. Brief Introduction to Safari on iOSAudio

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

  8. 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.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.