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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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Woman surrounded by and linked to images of files, documents computer, setting gears, etc. symbolizing learning management system.
Guide

Using Blackboard Ally with low vision

Image of a student working on a computer displaying a geometry assignment with a triangle and angles.
Article

Digital math: Help us build math best practices!

Frustrated girl lifting her glasses while trying to read text on a laptop.
Guide

Assistive technology for fluctuating eyesight

Two overlapping chairs representing seeing a chair with double vision.
Guide

Ten “odd” things I do with double vision

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Event

EPIQ (Experience Programming in Quorum) 2024

Digital math: computer, tablet and calculator displaying charts and graphs
Event

Using the Desmos Calculator with Sara Larkin

2 laptops: second laptop has burglar holding a fishing pole that is hooked on personal information on the first computer.
Guide

How to recognize phishing attempts with vision impairment

Page with written lines and red squiggly underlines representing spelling and grammar errors.
Guide

How to use Text Analyzer in JAWS to proofread documents

Legs and long cane walking across a street.
Guide

Seven places I don’t take my blindness cane

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Guide

Create accessible digital math with MathKicker.ai

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Guide

How to create an accessible formula sheet

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Ten templates for emailing professors