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Considerations for choosing iPad apps for students with visual impairments, including book apps, and other suggested apps.

Greg Alchin‘s insight:

It is always worthwhile having a consistent framework for making selections about apps. This is a  useful list of considerations. One I would add to it is "Does the app work with VoiceOver or other accessibility settings?

My personal list of app selection criteria are based upon the apps capacity to enable:

1. Content can be displayed flexibly

2. Personalised operation (works with accessibility settings)

3. Support for developing understanding

4. Easy recovery from mistakes

5. Capacity for collaboration

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