On June 20th, 2023, the Accessibility@Swarthmore—including the summer student workers—visited Temple University’s Charles Library. We learned about the various Assistive Technology (AT) initiatives situated throughout the campus. Let’s take a look at how technology is assisting learning at Temple University. … Continue reading How is technology assisting learning at Temple University?
As we return to Swarthmore to teach and learn, Accessibility@Swarthmore has released a new KB article titled the “‘Fast Five’ Essentials to Preparing Materials.” When I present, I often speak about web-based materials and word processing documents with the same … Continue reading “Fast Five” essentials to preparing materials
The Foundation OpenAI, for those unaware, is an Artificial Intelligence (AI) research foundation founded by Elon Musk, Sam Altman, and others in 2015. The foundation conducts research in the field of AI with the stated goal of promoting and developing friendly … Continue reading A Glimpse into the Exciting World of OpenAI’s GPT-3 and DALL-E
Reach more people by creating accessible tables in Microsoft programs. Your documents can be read aloud by screen readers and be easier to view for folks with sight. Building accessible tables in Microsoft programs requires utilizing their tools properly. Microsoft … Continue reading Accessible tables in Microsoft programs
Lots of folks have been looking for easy ways to create screen captures and quickly edit videos. Here’s a short list of software to help accomplish those tasks. Still Screen Capture and AnnotationGrab aka Screenshot – The name varies depending … Continue reading Screen Capture, Annotation & Video Slideshows Made Easy
Whether a student or a professor, you might be considering how to create and evaluate final projects in a remote setting. Transitioning from lectures and seminars to distilling information into posters, infographics, podcasts and video essays brings a new set … Continue reading Collaborative Projects, Remotely