Make a Difference: Tips for Teaching Students Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision
This video and handbook were developed to provide postsecondary educators with guidelines to assist them in working with students who are blind or have low vision. Through utilization of these resources, instructors will achieve a better understanding of the impacct of vision loss, improve interactions with students who are blind/low vision, increase awareness of possible accommodations and assistive technology, learn effective strategies for teaching, and learn how to make course materials more accessible.

Melanie Thornton, M.A.; Susan Queller, M. Ed.; David Threm, B.S.
Produced by Project PACE (Postsecondary Academic Curriculum Excellence), University of Arkansas/Little Rock. Funded by U.S. Dept. of Education Office of Postsecondary Education.

Video, 35 minutes (open captioned)

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