Caption: Taking the audio tour of the Marvelous Molecules exhibit at the New York Hall of Science. (Credit: Dominick Totino/New York Hall of Science)
In This Issue . . .
The Braille Teacher's Pal:
A Review of SAL
The new Speech Assisted Learning device helps braille learners practice on their own—Frances Mary D'Andrea
Screen Reader Boot Camp
What's better than an accessible user's manual? GW Micro's live, hands-on training for Window-Eyes—Deborah Kendrick
An Introduction to JAWS Scripting
Try this beginner's tutorial and write your own programs to make mainstream applications more accessible—Joe Lazzaro
Sounds of Science
Museum going just got a lot more friendly with the accessible tours at the New York Hall of Science—Jay Leventhal
Do Cell Phones Plus Software Equal Access? Part 1
Does the Nokia 3650 with Mobile Accessibility software solve the cell phone accessibility issues?—Darren Burton and Mark Uslan
Chase Expands "Right Relationship" with eATM: A Collaboration in Accessibility
Consultation and collaboration results in a state-of-the-art talking ATM—Annemarie Cooke
|Editor in Chief
||Paul Schroeder, Senior Editor
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