Friday, October 23, 2009

Technology helps NYC students with visual impairments

At the New York Institute for Special Education in the Bronx borough of New York City, students with visual impairments learn to use specialized technology to prepare for life in the workplace. The technology curriculum at the school includes devices that provide instant translations from Braille to print and back again, as well as other electronic Braille devices that provide students with access to computer software, e-mail and GPS. VIDEO: NY1 (New York City)

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