Guide to 'Useful assistive and productivity tools for students'
The Thomas Pocklington Trust has produced a very useful guide to useful assistive and productivity tools for students. It outlines some free tools which could transform how students who are blind or partially sighted use technology.
The guide will also be helpful to education professionals working with vision impaired students, and covers topics such as magnification, screen readers and keyboard shortcuts. You can download the 19-page guide on the Thomas Pocklington website, where you can also find out more about their Student Support Service.
Posted on the 8th of November 2022