Brighten Your Typing Skills With The Azio Backlit Keyboard

Large-print keyboards are a crucial tool for making computers accessible. The increased size of the keyboard characters allow low-vision users to better recognize where keys are located, which makes typing that much easier. Azio’s new keyboard takes things one step further with keys that are not only larger, but also brighter.

Image of an Azio large-print keyboard with yellow backlight

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Google Hangouts Brings A Personal Touch To Sign Language

For users who are hearing impaired or deaf,  it can be hard to get your message across over the internet sometimes. While services like Skype,  GoToMeeting, and OOVOO  are helpful with live video feed, they lack the accessibility aspect for millions of computer users. However, Google kept accessibility in mind for their latest feature, Sign Language Interpreter for Google Hangouts

Image of a Google Hangouts video chat with as viewed by one of Google's on-demand sign language interpreter.
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Easier Access To CUNYFirst For All

Starting today, October 5, the “My Personalizations” feature will be available in CUNYfirst to make the interface easier to use with assistive technologies such as screen readers and magnifiers.

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