This is a space dedicated to discussing accessible technology for the blind and visually impaired. The topics engaged on this blog are chosen by the writers and are their sole opinions.

As technology has advanced, information has become more readily available to the public, and especially to the blind and visually impaired. Non-visual adaptations to make the online world accessible has opened many doors for many people.

New devices to aid the blind and visually impaired appear on the market with great frequency. From screen-reading software to currency identifiers to talking alarm clocks, there are countless topics to discuss about accessible technology.

The writers of this blog are staff members of the Iowa Department for the Blind, but may not share the official stance of the Department toward accessible technology. Their opinions are theirs and theirs alone. However, they are blind and daily users of various kinds of accessible technology and lend their experience using the products to this blog.


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