Accessibility features are options that allow a user to adjust a technology tool’s settings to their personal needs. Common accessibility settings adjust for an individual’s visual, mobility, hearing, language, and learning needs. On electronic print materials, font size and color may be changed, along with background color. Other print materials may be produced in large font or in Braille. A computer keyboard may be set to respond to levels of touch. The software can translate difficult words into easier ones or provide definitions throughout the text.
June 7 @ 10:00 am - June 9 @ 6:00 pm
- Dr. Frederick Haynes FAAST Legislator of the Year Award for 2018
- 10 Things that People Living with a Disability Want You to Know
- New Autism Focused Programs at the FSU College of Education
- Sea World’s Water Park is now a Certified Autism Center
- Apps as Assistive Technology – Affordable, Available, and Accessible