This Blog includes information related to Library Adaptive Technology events, archives, presenter and participant recommendations and suggestions.

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

CAP's Mobile App

Have you downloaded CAP's Mobile App? The CAP Mobile App now works on Android OS 3.0 and 4.0 devices! It is available for downloaded on the Google Play Store.

You can use CAP's Mobile App to learn what's accommodations are available to you. You can easily get in contact with CAP to get started! Not a federal employee or wounded Service member? CAP's Mobile App is a good starting point to learn more about current assistive technology that can help you get your job done.
Features include:
  • News and tips on the latest and greatest assistive technology
  • Information about events in the disability community - CAP and others
  • Downloads of CAP event presentations and materials right to your phone
  • Export events to your calendar so you don't miss anything
  • Videos to learn about assistive technology and how it can help you
  • Videos to hear how CAP has helped others
  • Contact CAP with questions
  • Running Accomm-odometer of solutions provided since CAP's inception in 1990
The CAP Mobile App is also available for Apple Devices.

Friday, July 26, 2013

iOS VoiceOver and Zoom

Learn VoiceOver and Zoom, two accessibility functions available on all iOS devices.

Use the following resources:

A free VoiceOver training application that you can install on your iOs device is available at It must be accessed from your device.

Monday, July 1, 2013

Best Websites for free audiobooks

Google Glass Eye-Control App for Wheelchairs

This app will have controls for powered wheelchairs using the Google Glass eye-tracking technology to provide mobility for disabled persons, with support from United Cerebral Palsy.