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AFB  ®
Technology News for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired
From the American Foundation for the Blind
 July 2010 Issue  Volume 11  Number 3

In This Issue

Editor's Page

Back to School

Lee Huffman

Product Reviews

Seven Days with the iPad: An Accessibility Evaluation

Darren Burton

Refreshabraille Portable Braille Display and Keyboard: A Product Evaluation

Deborah Kendrick

A Review of the Eye-Pal SOLO and Eye-Pal SOLO LV from ABiSee, Inc.

Morgan Blubaugh and Lee Huffman

A Review of Window-Eyes Classroom Training

Deborah Kendrick

Educational Issues and Resources

Educational Resources and Tips from AFB's Information and Referral Center

Tara Annis and Lee Huffman

Getting Ready to Go Back to School: Assistive Technology Considerations for K-12 Students

Ike Presley

AFB CareerConnect Brings Innovation to Training for Teens, Young Adults, Adults, and Professionals

Joe Strechay, Detra Bannister, and Scott Truax

Navigating Higher Education with Visual Disabilities

Marc Grossman


An Interview with Nolan Crabb

Deborah Kendrick

AccessWorld News

AccessWorld News

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