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Jaws Keystrokes and Keyboard Shortcuts for ECDL, CLAIT, OCR National ICT and GCSE ICTOn this site you will find all the resources that you need in order to pass ECDL, CLAIT, GCSE, OCR National ICT or a host of other I.T courses using Jaws or other screenreaders.
Unless you wish to order the tutorials in special formats the tutorials are free of charge. If you are a teacher or lecturer and intend using my resources in the classroom then you can ensure this site remains up and running by donating cash. Please note that although the tutorials are publicly accessible, I retain copyright and as such none of my work may be reproduced in any form without my written permission. Click the "Tutorials" tab to see what is available.
Modified Display Settings for Partially Sighted PC UsersMany levels of visual impairment do not require screen magnifiers, a few simple modifications to your display settings will allow students to access 18 point print as standard on a PC or laptop see the Tutorials section for more info.
Find out what hardware is best and avoid making bad decisionsThe range of hardware and software available to Visually Impaired Services and Colleges can be daunting. Let us advise you on what hardware to go for and which is best avoided. This is backed up by practical classroom based training and easily understood tutorials.
Individually Tailored SolutionsDo you need help selecting suitable software and then training how to use it? Has a visually impaired student arrived in your classroom and you dont know how best to help them? Our service can help with all these things, showing you where and which software to purchase and then organising a set of lessons to give best results.
Linux for the Visually Impaired
Have a look at this excellent open source project.
Vinux runs inside, beside, or in place of Windows.
Vinux is accessible from startup to shutdown and offers a wide variety of accessibility tools including 3 screen readers and a magnifier.
Vinux is Linux done right, so try it TODAY! http://vinuxproject.org/
Program with a raspberry
At long last someone has recognised that there is more to ICT than Office apps.