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Employment Matters

Employment Matters: Robert Carter, Psychologist, Texas A&M University

Deborah Kendrick

In this installment of the Employment Matters series, learn about Robert Carter, a psychologist at Texas A&M University and host of the popular Tech Doctor podcast.

Product Evaluations and Guides

The Affordable AmazonBasics Microwave: Accessible for People with Visual Impairments

Janet Ingber

If you are in the market for an accessible small microwave, the Alexa-equipped AmazonBasics model is definitely worth consideration.

Amazon Prime Provides More Audio-Described Video Content Than Ever Before

Jamie Pauls

Amazon should be commended for continuing to add new audio-described titles on a regular basis, though issues with streaming should be addressed as soon as possible.

Full Speed Ahead with Modern Communication: A Review of the Zoom Conferencing System

J.J. Meddaugh

While Zoom is not the only accessible conference solution available today, it is one of the most popular and versatile. We hope the developers continue their solid commitment to equal access.

An Overview of macOS Catalina and WatchOS 6

Janet Ingber

Apple recently released two new operating systems: macOS Catalina for the Mac and watchOS 6 for the Apple Watch. Both bring many new features to their respective devices.

Access Issues

“Do You Need Dancing?” or: One Blind Person’s Thoughts On International Travel

Jamie Pauls

My trip to Israel was the trip of a lifetime, and I would gladly do it again. However, I was with my wife and friends the entire time, so I can’t speak to traveling independently outside the US.

AccessWorld News

AccessWorld News

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