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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.

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Visual Schedule

Larger Fonts

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Electric Wheelchair

Hearing Aid

With electronic notetaking, people who are deaf or hard of hearing can virtually access spoken material simultaneously.

Touch-screen Devices

Closed Captioning

Word Prediction Programs can prompt students with possible words of use, making technology more usable and easier for those who struggle with it.