Interactive touch screens help Ind. students access learning

03/10/2013 | Kokomo Tribune (Ind.)

A special-education cooperative in Indiana recently purchased interactive boards called Tap-its designed to increase access for students with disabilities. The device, which has a 42-inch touch screen, is adjustable to allow students in wheelchairs to access it more easily, and the screen is designed to respond to finger taps and assistive-technology devices.

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