Tobii EyeMobile: Tablet Access using the eyes

Posted on September 22, 2014
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The Tobii EyeMobile gives users the ability to access a Windows 8 pro tablets with just the use of their eyes. This gives students with mobility issues such as Lou Gehrig’s disease ALS  a new sense of independence allowing them to surf the web,write papers and write emails using just the eyes and all while on the go. I would also like to mention that this is a great alternative for student who have difficulty with speech recognition software such as Dragon Naturally Speaking. For a more in-depth look at the Tobii EyeMobile you can watch the youtube video at the end of this post or visit their website link directly below.

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Orion TI-84 Plus Talking Graphing Calculator

Posted on September 15, 2014
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Image of the TI-84 Plus talking graphing calculator The Orion TI-84 Plus Talking Graphing Calculator is a by-product of the American Printing House (APH) partnering up with Orbit Research and Texas Instruments. This calculator is a modified TI-84 Plus with an extension at the top with gives it additional accessible features. The attachment gives the calculator six extra function keys and five cursor keys in addition to stereo speakers. The user are able to access graphs using either spoken announcements or sonograph audio and vibrating feedback.Users are also able to use a built in usb port to connect their calculator to a computer to have their work embossed giving them option for a physical (accessible) copy. For more in depth info about this product please follow the link below.

Orion TI-84 Plus Talking Graphing Calculator


WorkFlowy: Organize Your Brain

Posted on August 13, 2014
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WorkFlowy can help you organize personal to-dos, collaborate on large team projects, take notes, write research papers, keep a journal, and much more.

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InstaGrok:Expanding Your Research

Posted on July 31, 2014
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instaGrok is an innovative educational search engine that combines sophisticated semantic technology with an interactive user interface to make learning more engaging, personalized and fun for everyone. instaGrok is used by hundreds of thousands of students, teachers and everyday people every month.

We are a young startup that is quickly growing in traction and revenue. We are passionate about our mission of making learning more accessible and engaging, and are striving to create a very conscious organizational culture.


Study Stack: Memorization made Easy

Posted on July 23, 2014
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 Study Stack logoSince 2002 millions of students have used StudyStack to memorize information. StudyStack’s community of students and teachers have shared millions of flashcards. For each set of flashcards entered, the StudyStack website generates over a dozen ways for users to study the information they need to learn. The variety of study activities enables users to memorize data quickly without getting bored from using a single method of study. Studystack enables teacher to quickly enter data once and have a dozen different activities created for their students to memorize facts.

StudyStack’s founder, John Weidner, started the web site as a hobby out of his desire to contribute to the educational community. StudyStack has operated as a free advertiser supported business – which is the price preferred by most students and teachers. In 2013 StudyStack launched a PRO membership for users who want to be able to study without the distractions of advertisements. StudyStack’s plan for the future is to continue to add innovative ways for users to study both on the studystack web site and with apps on tablets and smart phones.


Marlee Signs: Sign language app for iOS

Posted on July 15, 2014
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Marlee Signs© is the perfect app for learning to express yourself in American Sign Language. This app will teach you the fundamentals of ASL – from the signed alphabet and basic vocabulary through to common expressions in everyday life – using high-quality video demonstrations starring Marlee Matlin herself.

Each lesson is broken down into individual videos, making it easy to learn at your own pace. The app checks off completed lessons so that you can quickly pick up where you left off, and the “Slow Motion” setting enables you to watch any video in greater detail. You even get your first lesson pack free!

Need to spell something in signs? Let Marlee help you with the “Spell” section. This nifty feature shows you how to spell any word in signs. Simply type the word and watch Marlee spell it for you!

Marlee Signs© offers a library of useful lesson packs that will help build your understanding while motivating you to learn more. Tap into a dimension of new ideas, new perspectives and a new lens through which to view your world.


MindMeister: Mind Mapping at it’s finest

Posted on July 08, 2014
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MindMeister is a wonderful mind mapping app. Whether you’re using it in the boardroom, the classroom, the presentation hall, or the lunch meeting, MindMeister can help you organize, prioritize, and even generate new thoughts. Part of what makes MindMeister such a powerful tool is that it’s built and designed with a big focus on collaboration. This means that you not only have the ability to quickly develop your own ideas, you can also quickly share your maps to brainstorm and collaborate with as many others as needed, and all in real time. MindMeister is available on Android,IOS and the Web.


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Remind: A safe and easy way for Teachers to communicate with students and parents

Posted on July 03, 2014
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Remind offers teachers a free, safe and easy way to connect instantly with students and parents. Teachers can send or schedule reminders, motivational messages, photos or documents directly to students’ and parents’ phones. Interactions are safe because phone numbers are always kept private and messages are one-way only.It takes 5 seconds for students and parents to connect on Remind so they can stay informed outside of your classroom. They simply subscribe to your class by texting a unique class code to your Remind phone number, or by visiting our Join Page to search for your class.Any teacher can use Remind today, for free. Save time, engage students and involve parents with Remind. Try it today!

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VI Reader: An epub Reader for IOS Devices

Posted on July 01, 2014
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VI Reader is an epub e-book reader for the partially sighted. Available for iPad devices, VI Reader extends the text scalability capabilities beyond those of most other e-book readers and allows the user to select the foreground and background colours according to personal preferences. The user may also adjust the brightness of the display and select amongst all the fonts installed on the device. Users can open ePub files that are attached with emails or from URLs.

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Chromevox:A ScreenReader for Google Chrome

Posted on June 30, 2014
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The ChromeVox screen reader is an extension to Chrome that brings the speed, versatility, and security of Chrome to visually impaired users.Unlike most accessibility software, it is built using only web technologies like HTML5, CSS and Javascript.ChromeVox was designed from the start to enable unprecedented access to modern web apps, including those that utilize W3C ARIA (Access to Rich Internet Applications) to provide a rich, desktop-like experience. This enables visually impaired users to experience the power of web applications while also giving developers a way to verify the accessibility of their web applications.

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