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How do students who cannot read the screen or operate a keyboard or mouse access computer-based materials?

People who cannot read the screen or operate a keyboard and mouse use screen readers or other devices to retrieve digital information. Use of these devices may have implications for the design of computer-based materials. Gearogia Research on Accessible Distance Education (GRADE) and WebAIM are two of many resources that provide technical information and support to help people create accessible computer-based materials.