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Google Documents Are Made For Accessibility

ITunes and Apple products once had the market for products with built-in accommodations but with increased awareness and ease of access has created a competitive market. Whether you are looking for visual accommodations such as voice output or typing strategies for one-handed skills, they are included in tablets, cell phones, and all android technologies. In addition, there is Google docs and the Play Store which are promoting inclusion.


Google Docs, Sheets and Slides…


Added by Jennifer Mundl on October 29, 2018 at 10:31am — 4 Comments

Accessibility and Text-to-Speech on the Punch-In Website

It was recently brought to my attention that some members of Punch-In are not familiar with how to have text read audibly to them. Therefore, I have elected to write a series on how you can use setting preferences for various computers, tablets, and smartphones, as well as software programs to have text read aloud.

I am excited to start this series with information about a beta tool called Speechify that I have found to be an exciting addition to the text-to-speech field.…


Added by Erika J. Kluge on July 15, 2017 at 8:00am — 3 Comments

Marnie Baar Windows 8 Ease of Access: Magnify!

This month we will, once again, be focusing on the Ease of Access Center within Windows 8.  And I do believe using the term “focus,” is absolutely appropriate, as we will discuss accessing the “Magnifier” feature within the Ease of Access Center (EAC). 

Note that this month, the blog is formatted as a handy “how to” .pdf document, that you can print and use to adjust your settings offline.…


Added by Marnie Baar on September 12, 2015 at 10:00am — No Comments

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