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7 Steps to Making Learning More Accessible
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Step 1- Ease of Access Center- Making the computer easier to use
Windows Settings provides many ways for a student to set up their device to make it easier to use through Ease of Access center
Step 2- Minimizing Distractions
different projection options
and the new Edge browser
helps minimize distractions
Step 3- Improving focus with Office 2016
eliminate distractions, providing quick reference tools and ensure files are accessible for all learners.
Step 4- Express yourself using OneNote and Office 2016
Office 2016 gives students the ability to express themselves in ways that best work for them
Step 5- Improve reading comprehension with OneNote Learning Tools
give teachers and students the support they need to do their best work and achieve their full potential
Step 6- Interact with Cortana using speech
Cortana can be used by students to manage their time, materials, and assignments
Step 7- Using speech recognition to control the computer
Students with Dyslexia, mobility issues or vision issues have options built right into Windows 10 that enables them to use the device without a keyboard or mouse using Speech Recognition
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