I know I’ve written on the importance of accessibility in education before, but I wanted to share this video below which does an excellent job of featuring some real examples on how technology can make a difference. It features some ways in which Microsoft is incorporating an accessibility focus into our design for Windows 7 and other products like Microsoft OneNote.
There’s also some new how-to articles on our website to help educators make the PC easier to use for students to see, hear and use…even how Microsoft OneNote can help students with dyslexia stay organized. For more information on Microsoft accessibility technologies, resources and tools for enabling access for everyone, please visit this website and tell us what you think and what you’d like to see more of. www.microsoft.com/education/enable