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Objective information you can trust, smart and informed commentary, and cutting-edge news and trends concerning information technology and visual impairment are published monthly in AccessWorld®: Technology and People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired.

June 2020 Issue »

Featured Articles

Lee Huffman

AccessWorld Reminds You to Keep Your Accessibility Skills Updated

The many benefits of maintaining fresh technology skills.

Meet a Chiropractor

Throughout her life, Jackie Ouellet has experienced a range of vision loss and pursued a range of careers. She's gone from being a fashion designer to a soon-to-be-licensed chiropractor, and garnering a lot of employment wisdom along the way.

Shop for Groceries with an App

Despite a few accessibility issues, all in all I found grocery shopping using the Walmart Groceries app to be a satisfying experience. Assuming the 15-day free trial of unlimited grocery delivery is still available when you read this, you really have nothing to lose by giving it a try.

Reviews and More

Try Zoom for Your Next Video Conference or Call

With a good portion of the world going virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Zoom and other conferencing systems are becoming a necessity. This book is aimed at helping you get started with Zoom.

Maintain Your Mac

CleanMyMac X is a software package that includes various tools for keeping your Mac free of unneeded files and unwanted malware. This article explores the app's viability of someone with vision loss.

Streamline Your Windows Experience

The first of two articles on Dolphin’s GuideConnect suite of accessible and easy-to-use applications for common computer functions. This article introduces the basics of using GuideConnect and describes how to get started with the software.

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