Mobile Learning for All
Supporting Accessibility With the iPad
- Luis Perez - Florida Center for Instructional Technology, University of South Florida
Make learning more accessible with your iPad!
All students—including those with special needs—can benefit from having options in how they access curricular information. The good news is that help is readily available on your tablets and Apple devices! With this unique and engaging all-in-one resource, you will gain a practical toolkit to empower all your students. Learn how to get the most from your iPad by using its built-in accessibility features in conjunction with Universal Design for Learning guidelines. In this book, you’ll find:
- Step-by-step instructions, tips, and practice activities
- Discussion and reviews of more than 150 applications
- Access to more than 20 video tutorials, through QR codes located throughout the book
An Apple Distinguished Educator and an expert in digital accessibility features for K-12 and higher education settings, Luis Pérez provides a real sense of what students with disabilities need to learn and to navigate their world more independently.
“Mobile Learning for All is full of practical uses of the many accessibility features on mobile devices to meet the needs of all students, especially those with disabilities.”
—Debi Gartland, Professor of Special Education
"Mobile Learning for All is a unique book that every classroom teacher should read! It’s full of practical uses of the many accessibility features on mobile devices to meet the needs of all students, especially those with disabilities."
"This is a major contribution to the fields of special education and rehabilitation. It is a wonderful resource for individuals with disabilities, their advocates and their families, and for educators and other professionals. Well done!"
"If I had the opportunity to purchase this book, I would purchase enough to give to all my team mates their own copy. Then I would have book groups and working meetings so we could all try out the many apps, with this book as our guide. Almost as good as having the author make the presentations about how to implement the iPad, UDL principles and best practice into our special education classes!"