Archive for the ‘iPad’ Category
It has been a while since I’ve been able to blog– the stuff known as “day-to-day” operations inundated me with so many things to do and presentations to make I couldn’t read up on current events and technology. I think I’m finally back– at least for the short-term!
This was an extremely interesting article that affirms my belief that the use of such a simple device as an iPad can reinvigorate the desire in people pursuing education learn– and retain.
Check it out!
This new Apple device is already getting good reviews– and it does not surprise. The built in accessibility features and the enhanced use of VoiceOver in iBooks 3.0 with PDF support make it an even better product to use for users with disabilities.
I’m happy with my iPad 2, but if someone wanted to throw this device my way for testing I’d oblige .
It’s always exciting to see what the Apple Software Engineers will come out with when it comes to accessibility. There are some great features ALREADY installed in the iOS but there are always more that do not cease to amaze me. Check out what’s coming out at the link below!
I saw this in the New York Times’ Gadgetwise section. It seems to have promising results for lecture recording (and other kinds as well).
Here’s the latest release of another product that will go viral. What’s not discussed is the fact that all the Apple devices (iPads, iTouch, iPhone, Apple TV, iMac, MacBook) have the same ACCESSIBLE operating systems available to ALL users.