Tutorial: Using the Control Centre in iOS with VoiceOver

Here’s a quick tutorial on using the Control Centre on an iPhone or iPad with VoiceOver.

Apple in Education

Can a student with a vision impairment use a Mac laptop/desktop for school? How does accessibility in OS X work? What accessibility options are there on an iOS device? What teaching/education strategies exist for a student to best use Apple computers and devices in education? SVRC is conducting a half-day workshop called ‘Apple in Education’ on Tuesday June 14 from 9:30am – 1:00pm. It’s free but registration is essential.

Presented by Lyn Robinson and Glen Morrow. If you’d like more info, please contact us

Price Qty*
Sessions 1 & 2 Full Morning free  
Session 1: OS X & iOS Accessibility free  
Session 2: Teaching Strategies and Skill Development free  

Education Support for Students with Low Vision

Yes its on again – August 9 is the day you can come to the SVRC and learn about support for students with low vision. Strategies, psychology, information and expertise from experienced educators – register online now!

Price Qty*
Onsite Participant $66.00 (AUD)  
Onsite Participant (Family / VT Discount) $22.00 (AUD)  
Online (via Adobe Connect) $66.00 (AUD)  

Image: Primary-aged student with hands on a braille book.

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Issue 7, 2016 | or find our complete Bulletin archive here.

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Accessibility in iOS – An Overview

This short video was made for the recent Round Table conference. It’s an overview of accessibility options in iOS