The Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired hosted a Technology Education Conference that emphasized innovative accessibility product and apps.
Benetech serves as a bridge between Silicon Valley and the social sector. As host of the DAISY consortium’s fall board meeting, we brought together accessibility experts and representatives from big tech to promote innovation that benefits all.
Report examines opportunities and challenges relating to accessible K-12 computer science, data visualization, multimodal user interfaces, personalized learning, and sonification for students with disabilities.
Benetech’s DIAGRAM Center and PEAT host a hackathon to create accessible user experiences On May 15-16, the DIAGRAM Center, a Benetech Global Literacy Initiative, and the Partnership on Employment & Accessible Technology (PEAT) co-hosted a hackathon at the LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired in San Francisco. Sponsored by Microsoft, the two-day event took […]
Students with reading barriers get equal opportunities through resources like Bookshare On April 11, EduTalk Radio host Larry Jacobs and VP and GM of Global Education and Literacy, Brad Turner, discussed ways that all students can have equal access to education through resources like Bookshare. Reading barriers cross all segments of society. People who can’t […]