[Mdabs] FW: [Blindtlk] {Disarmed} Fw: Accessible APP Camp

Chris Nusbaum dotkid.nusbaum at gmail.com
Thu Apr 19 01:32:22 UTC 2012

This seems very cool!

From: "Beverly Hunter" <bhunter at nfbga.org
To: "electronics" <Electronics-talk at nfbnet.org>,"nfb blind talk" 
<blindtlk at nfbnet.org>,"Georgia" 
<georgia-statewide-coalition-on-blindness at googlegroups.com
 sent: Wed, 18 Apr 2012 08:34:23 -0400
Subject: [Blindtlk] {Disarmed} Fw: Accessible APP Camp

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                  Accessible iOS App Camp
                  Whether you are a new or experienced user of an 
iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or even an Apple TV receiver, you are 
sure to learn new techniques and apps in the NEW APP CAMP for 
school-aged students.  During this week long program you will get 
hands-on training in the use of these new and exciting devices.  
Join us and expand your abilities to use Apple technology.  
Recommended for blind and low vision students in middle or high 
school who use speech, magnification or braille to interact with 
technology.  You need not have an iOS device to attend, but if 
you do bring them all! At the end of the week you will become an 
independent iOS device user.

                  In our iOS App Camp, you will learn to:
                  1.  Locate, download and install apps from the 
Apple App Store,
                  2.  Use Voice Over, the iOS screen reader to 
interact with your apps, and/or
                  3.  Use Zoom, the iOS screen magnifier and 
other iOS screen modifications to interact with your apps,
                  4.  Read/listen to books from Book Share, 
Learning Ally, Audible and other loan and purchase services,
                  5.  Locate and view/listen to multimedia 
content including podcasts, internet radio and YouTube,
                  6.  Use some of the GPS devices to get around,
                  7.  Use the camera to identify objects, access 
bar codes, scan text and identify money,
                  8.  Use your iOS device to play games and 
listen to music,
                  9.  Get social with Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter 
and YouTube,
                  10.  Read your mail, send and receive text 
messages, make phone calls and browse the internet

                  2012 Dates:
                  Arrive Monday, August 13th; depart Friday, 
August 17th.
                  For more information and an application contact 
Dina Rosenbaum.

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