Devices designed for all learners
Chromebooks include accessibility features right out of the box, unlocking learning experiences for students with diverse needs, abilities and learning styles. Built-in settings and easy-to-use apps and extensions help customize the learning experience to include and engage every student.
Display and Vision
Make on-screen content easier to see and read with a few keystrokes or clicks of the mouse.
Cognitive and spoken feedback
Tools that enable voice control and provide verbal feedback help people with learning and cognitive differences and disabilities access information.
Motor and dexterity
Empower students with more ways to enter information.
Harrison Township benefits from accessibility tools
Teaches use accessibility features available on the district’s Chromebooks to help more students.
Ontario’s Upper Grand District gives equal access to learning tools using Chromebooks
Text-to-speech and speech-to-text features have been game-changers for the district.
Creating an “accessibility for all” culture in classrooms through technology
Accessibility features can improve learning for all students, without singling out those with disabilities.