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Learn about accessibility features in i-devices like the iPod Touch and iPad and be introduced to apps for helping people remember, get things done, take notes and make lists, turn visual information into sound, magnify and identify objects and colors. You'll learn about demonstrations of i-devices and apps through Michigan's Assistive Technology Program and some resources for learning about the ever growing number of helpful apps for people with disabilities. This webnar was presented by Kathryn Wyeth and M. Catherine McAdam from Michigan Disability Rights Coalition/Assistive Technology Program on April 26, 2011.
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