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NBP – iPad Tactile ScreenShot Quick References

See on Scoop.itAssistive Technology for Education

“These tactile screen shots of various iPad screens show you “what” appears “where” on the your iPad – from the buttons and camera lenses to the the home screen apps, the App Store, messages, settings, keypad, contacts, iBooks, & iTunes.”

Diana Petschauer‘s insight:

These are very helpful guides for a student or adult who is Blind or Low Vision and would benefit from the braille or tactile guidance while learning to use an iPad or iOS device.

"Readers will get a clearer sense of how to find icons and elements on the screen, as well as how to manipulate and interact with them."

I also recommend the app VO Starter, for individuals who want to learn how to use the built-in VoiceOver, as VoiceOver and the app guide them through step by step lessons:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vo-starter/id586844936?mt=8

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