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By August 18, 2014Uncategorized

Create an Alternative Text Station for Students with Print Disabilities, including Blind and Dyslexic

Andrew Leibs at About. com Assistive Technology featuring Alyssa Marinaccio & Diana Petschauer from Assistive Technology for Education, LLC

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Schools must provide educational materials in accessible formats to any student with a print disability such as a visual impairment, dyslexia, or other learning or physical disability that prevents a student from reading standard print.

There are many ways a school can go about this…

Read the article and contact assistivetechnologyforeducation.com to learn how to set up your own Alt Text Station!

Article: http://assistivetechnology.about.com/od/ATCAT3/qt/Create-An-Alternative-Text-Station-For-Print-Disabled-To-Access-Class-Materials.htm?nl=1