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Ten Thousand Steps, Cane Not Included
Anna Dresner tells you about some wonderful and accessible resources that can help you get more fit.
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The Abundant Bookshelf: Reading Books on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
Author Judith Dixon explores iOS reading apps, focusing the type of user experience: human voice narrators, synthesized voice narrators, or reading refreshable braille. She also offers a quick glimpse at 14 other apps for reading books on an iDevice.
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Twenty-Two Useful Apps for Blind iPhone Users (2nd Edition)
Did you know you can use an iPhone to take your blood pressure, listen to turn-by-turn walking or driving directions, record the budding musician in you, and so much more? If you have, or are thinking about getting, an iPhone, order this booklet!
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Windows 7 and Vista Explained: A Guide for Blind and Partially Sighted Users
Dr. Sarah Morley Wilkins and Steve Griffiths offer this new step-by-step guide on Microsoft Windows 7 and Vista, written specifically for blind users. The fifth book in the "Windows Explained" series from the Royal National Institute for the Blind, this tutorial starts with the basics and guides users through topics such as file management, troubleshooting, and using the Internet. Written from a non-visual perspective, this guide will also benefit adaptive technology trainers and people supporting users with sight loss. By special arrangement with RNIB, NBP is offering the full range of formats (with American braille) to customers in the United States and Canada only.
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Windows Screen Reader Keystroke Compendium: Covering JAWS, NVDA, and Narrator
This booklet contains commands for the three major Windows screen readers: JAWS, NVDA, and Narrator. Included are keystrokes for general screen reader use, for web and app browsing, and for Microsoft Office. (Note that braille-related keystrokes are not included.)
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Dad and the Dinosaur

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