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Thoughts on Accessibility of Online Instruction Systems for Braille Readers

Tips to consider for access when using a digital curriculum with students with visual impairments

By Jennifer Bliss, Iowa Educational Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired

These guidelines may be helpful to general education teachers who are new to having a student with visual impairments in class. It’s important to be aware of the challenges for many braille readers using online materials that are not fully accessible.

Shared with permission of the author.

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