Examples of AT
Created on May 3, 2023
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Examples of AT in classrooms!
The dyslexic font uses small indicators to differenciate similar-looking characters in font (e.g, 'q' and 'p', 'b' and 'd'.)
Text-to-speech is a way to enunciate words on screen out loud, and can be used as a way for visually impaired people to navigate the internet.
With electronic notetaking, people who are deaf or hard of hearing can virtually access spoken material simultaneously.
Word Prediction Programs can prompt students with possible words of use, making technology more usable and easier for those who struggle with it.