Ed Tech Products for the Blind and Visually Impaired
As technology is woven into everyday classroom curricula, innovation has ensured that students with specific needs are not left behind.
As technology is woven into everyday classroom curricula, innovation has ensured that students with specific needs are not left behind. Seven education products have been introduced for the blind or visually impaired, from text-to-speech (TTS) synthesizers to a “talking” globe – a 12-inch geopolitical globe with touch-triggered audio feedback. (Forbes)
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