Explore how universal access features built into iDevices can support students with learning and print disabilities, those who are blind or have low vision, are deaf or hard of hearing, have physical or motor skills challenges, or combinations of these. In this program, you’ll learn about accessibility features such as Guided Access, Assistive Touch, VoiceOver, Mono Audio, and Speak Selection. Additionally, you’ll be provided with tips and tricks for increased efficiency such as using multitasking gestures and setting restrictions.
After viewing this program, you will be able to:
- Identify accessibility features that support multiple means of representation, expression and engagement.
- Select accessibility features that meet the needs of your students.
- Select features of the devices that facilitate efficient student use of the devices.
Presented by Alex Dunn, Upper Canada District School Board, Ottawa. Original air date October 29, 2013. 68 minutes. #WEB1321A.Get Pricing!