Making curricula more accessible by using iPads

12/1/2013 | eSchool News (free registration)

Built-in accessibility features on iPads can open "new learning pathways" for students with disabilities, students who are learning other languages and others, EdTechTeacher Director Tom Daccord writes in this article. Daccord offers a breakdown of the iPad's accessibility features that can help make reading more accessible and comfortable for various learners.

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