A new piece of electronic equipment can seem a little daunting to begin with. But any teacher or parent knows learning takes time, patience and proper instruction. This section will help you to empower your child or student with the skills they need to get the most out of their BrailleNote.
Computer Skills for Teachers of the Visually Impaired
by Bruce McClanahan
The book, Computer Skills for Teachers of the Visually Impaired, was written by Bruce McClanahan, Assistive Technology Specialist from Vancouver, WA. It has been developed for teachers of the visually impaired who are just getting started with assistive technology for the blind. This manual provides step-by-step instructions on using the BrailleNote, Duxbury, and JAWS. The BrailleNote section is 37 pages, the Duxbury section is 25 pages, and the Windows Access: JAWS section is 51 pages. It is a great resource!
Book Price: $30.00
Making It Work! Technology Tips for Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments
This handy, desktop guide consists of reference sheets and quick tips on software and hardware used by students with visual impairments. The information is written to assist teachers who support students who use technology so that they can quickly locate commands and execute tasks.
Price: $25.00 (ID: 741-1277)