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Results of WebAIM Screen Reader Survey #6

Results of the 6th survey of screen readers suggests that Window-Eyes and ZoomText must be included in all web accessibility testing.
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Results of Screen Reader Survey

Research results of a survey on the use of screen readers reveals changes since 2009.
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Study Reveals That Children with Autism May Have Difficulties Matching Sight and Sound

New study on autism spectrum disorder examines the link between interpretation of sights and sounds
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Schools Which Adopt Audio Textbook Services Outperform Others in State Assessments of Math Proficiency Among Students With IEPs.

Research on students with disabilities using audio books shows that they have higher test scores in reading and math.
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Audio-Supported Reading for Students Who are Blind or Visually Impaired

A young boy watches attentively as adult signs to him.

Dialogic Reading: What Works Clearinghouse Intervention Report

Young child touches tactile book with adult guidance.

Reading Aloud to Children: The Evidence

A boy wearing headphones sits at a computer.

Discrimination and Comprehension of Synthetic Speech by Students with Visual Impairments: The Case of Similar Acoustic Patterns

A girl with glasses reads a braille book.

Coping Strategies in Reading: Multi-readers in the Norwegian General Education System

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Blind Children's Representations of Complex Scenes in a Narrative

A study to determine how blind children conceptually represent the temporal and spatial relationships
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Increasing Comprehension of Students with Significant Intellectual Disabilities and Visual Impairments during Shared Stories