Thursday, September 20, 2012

More Accessibility in Google Apps for disabilities

Google Accessibility is a collection of resources that Google has to make Google's products more accessible and usable by people with disabilities. Last year, Google added enhanced accessibility for Google Docs, Sites and Calendar, and continues to improve the features and resources for accessibility.

Other improvements to accessibility features of Google's many apps include more fixes in Google Calendar, adding Optical Character Recognition (OCR) to Google Drive, increased support for screen readers, new features in mobile apps like Gmail and Google Drive (iOS and Android) and more.

You can read more about all of the improvements and new features here on the Google Accessible Group.

You can also visit the Accessibility website,, to learn more.

These are great resources for teachers and students to use to help those with disabilities access information and resources.


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