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The possibilities if VR in education are endless.

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Not only can you use your voice to type in a google chrome doc, you can also format and edit the document using your voice. Here are a list of commands.

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These look like a suggestion to trial for students who have difficulty concentrating or have auditory support needs. +Greg Alchin have you seen these in action yet?

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Excellent article by +Jeanette Davies explaining the built in accessibility features of Apple products and how they can provide key support for students with dyslexia.

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Is it possible to mirror a chromebook desktop or tab to another chromebook? We have a person who's visually impaired. He can not see the projection clear. Maybe we can give him a chromebook to follow the lessons. Anyone who knows an app or axtionsion to do this?

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Sierra on a MacBook now has a new feature called Dwell Control. This means you can attach a cursor control device, for example a TrackerPro and it will use the dwell feature to select. I'm keen to see +Riley. Saban. use this and interchange between switch control and dwell control.

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A nice updated list and description of some Chrome /Google browser extensions to help support learners who are needing support accessing and participating with printed text and interacting with digital information.

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A fabulous guide to the updated accessibility features of iOS 10 fir iPads and iPhones. 

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Great article about +Christopher Hills and how technology advancements are leading to increased independence. I'm sure +Riley. Saban. Will be interested in reading this.

"There has never been a more exciting time to have a disability. Technology is at the heart of the modern world. It has never been easier, to make a valuable contribution to society, regardless of your abilities." (CH)
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