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Our self-paced tutorials allow you to explore expert training materials on your schedule. These courses cover a range of topics, including communication, visual impairment & blindness, and curriculum & instruction. Filter by topic to find the best coursework for your practice and interests. Use the Earn Credits button to register for professional development, continuing education, and ACVREP credits.

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Self-paced
Introductory

Making It Easier to See: Using Consistent Language in the Classroom Setting for Young Students with CVI

An update on findings from the Make It Easier study in the United Kingdom

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Self-paced
Introductory

Lived Experiences with CVI

Individuals with CVI discuss their personal experiences

a doctor steadies a child's head for an eye exam
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Introductory

Bridging the Divide: Supporting Students with CVI in the Clinical and Educational Settings

Holistic services, information, and follow up supports for children who have CVI and their families

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Self-paced
Introductory

Equitable Access to Literacy for Students with CVI

current literacy assessment and instruction practices of children with CVI

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Self-paced
Introductory

Update on the Neonatal Assessment Vision European Grid (NAVEG): Numbers, Training, and the Future

The Neonatal Assessment Vision European Grid (NAVEG) statistics are showing it to be a credible screening instrument in several hospital neonatal intensive care units (NICU).

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Introductory

Student-Centered IEPs: A Pathway to Stronger Transition Outcomes

Supporting students to be self-determined in their IEP meetings helps develop leadership and self-advocacy skills that are paramount in later transition outcomes.

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Self-paced
Introductory

Discussion of the findings from the 2D image study for students with CVI

Object identification, gaze behavior, and image saliency analysis

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Introductory

CVI Ally: An Academic Access Companion for Students with Brain-based Visual Impairments and Their Teams

Explore how CVI can affect the different domains of a school day

Father and son, both in dark glasses, smile at each other face-to-face
Self-paced
Introductory

Social Skills and Implications for Individuals with CVI

Individuals with CVI may have difficulties with attention to faces, facial recognition, understanding facial expressions, and body language.

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Self-paced
Intermediate

My Experience as a Student Living with CVI

Learn about LJ’s personal educational journey with CVI and how he accesses his learning in a general education setting.

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Self-paced
Introductory

Technology, literacy and educational equity for college-aspiring students who are visually impaired

Explore the crucial intersection of technology and learning - today and beyond - for students who are visually impaired, presented by College Success @ Perkins

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Self-paced
Introductory

Students with Vision Loss, College, and Transition — Where We Are and Where We Are Going

Fresh approaches for visually impaired students, their families and professionals, presented by College Success @ Perkins