NVDA – Simplified

NVDA from NV Access is a free text to speech tool Microsoft Windows machines. It stands for Non-Visual Desktop Access. It will not work on iOS machines. Many use this tool to listen to content. Here are some simple commands to get you started using NV Access: Note: documentation refers to the NVDA key. The default NVDA key is the insert key. It can be changed to Caps lock when installing NVDA the first time Control + Alt + n to run NVDA NVDA + q to close NVDA Numpad + +to start reading at the top of the page NVDA + down … Continue reading NVDA – Simplified

What We are Reading – September 2019

Our Academic Technology group roams the Internet (and Libraries) looking for interesting reads.  Here are a few works that caught our eye this month.   Active Learning: Feelings versus Learning Swarthmore has a community of educators using active learning techniques.  The Academic Technology team has been collaborating with faculty to provide learning spaces and technology to support their teaching needs.  For the last few months, we’ve been spending time learning about how to best use the new Singer Hall Flexible Classroom. A recent article investigating discrepancies between how students feel about active learning versus how much they actually learn highlighted one … Continue reading What We are Reading – September 2019