Friday, January 21, 2011
Microsoft Partners in Learning Accessibility in Education
Microsoft produced a new video, Microsoft Partners in Learning Accessibility in Education, exploring their Ease of Access center and its application in education. Expert testimonial was given by Curt Johnson MS, CRC, ATP of the University of Washington’s Rehabilitation Medicine Department and Assistive Technology Specialist with WATAP. Built-in accessibility features give students in the classroom and people with disability better computer usability without having to purchase additional software.