Lots of people have difficulty filling out forms and worksheets. As more students and adults are identified as having learning disabilities and differences, it becomes crucial to create accessible educational materials (AEM). Individuals with learning difficulties like dysgraphia and dyslexia can use assistive technology to complete worksheets on a screen - this allows people to type answers, and access additional supports like voice dictation and word prediction. For many, filling forms out on a tablet or computer can make a huge access difference. We’ll show you how to open a document from Google Drive, upload a file from a computer, or even just snap a photo and start typing/drawing on it. Come learn about a variety of free desktop, online, and tablet-based tools to capture and fill out forms digitally.
Presented by Jennifer McDonald-Peltier, MS, ATP
Date And Time
Wed, February 20, 2019
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM PST
The Accessible Technology Coalition (ATC) supports the use of technology to promote independent living for people with disabilities, providing information via online resources, and engaging in advocacy work to support policies that expand access to technology for people with disabilities.
ATC offers many free webinar trainings: