College readiness

The majority of college students with visual impairments don’t graduate. At Perkins, we work with college aspiring students and their families and TVIs to develop the range of skills they need to succeed in college. Explore our College Readiness Resource Center.

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Smart speaker: Amazon Dot

Mainstream technology and low vision: Smart speakers

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College library and low vision

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Ten things to know about going to college with a blindness cane

School girl studying at a desk.

The best study tips for low vision students

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How to create audio description for YouTube with YouDescribe

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How I use technology to improve handwriting

Vector image of a woman walking with a long cane.

Smartphone apps for Orientation and Mobility

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File formats for low vision and print disabilities

Long school hallway lined with lockers and classroom doors.

High school hallways and low vision

An iPad screen displaying the California School for the Blind bobcat logo.

Learning VoiceOver for iOS: SRT part 2

Whiteboard with red markers and eraser.

How I use Microsoft Whiteboard with low vision

Vector image of two computers sharing resources with the cloud.

Quick ways to improve accessibility for virtual learning materials