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Learn how to Close Caption Your Videos Effectively on a Budget

Cisco System, says that in 3 years, 90% of all traffic on the Internet will be video! By 2014, half of all people in the United States of America will watch some sort of video on the Internet everyday! If you don’t ever intend to create videos and post them online, this post is not

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Free Accessibility Features on the iPad Course on Udemy

At Easter Seals we have been putting on a number of iPad and Accessibility related course for both our TCEA certification and general training.  Accessibility Features of the iPad is a presentation that I do that receives a lot of great feedback so I want to find a way to put it completely online and make it interactive.  For

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WOW! What a crazy week.

Thank you, everyone for making the launch of the FREE online book of Getting Started: iPads for Special Needs and smashing success.  Your feedback has been amazing.  This is what happened this week:   WOW!  I had no idea this was going be received so well.   OK so that is the good news, but there have been challenges.  User have had

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ありがとう First Book Sale in Japan

ありがとう to the first person to buy the Kindle version from the Amazon store in Japan.

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Barnes & Noble Nook and Nook Color Now on Sale Again

Getting Started: iPads for Special Needs book is now back on sale at Barnes & Noble for the Nook and Nook Color. Here is a link to the books page on Barnes & Noble. I will add a button to the home page shortly. Getting Started: iPads for Special Needs Barnes & Noble Nook and

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TIP: New Volume Limit Feature in iOS 6

My son Noah loves to turn the volume up as high as it will go, always! Add to that some app seem to punch the loudness up when they mix the sound in their apps and all of sudden my hears are bleeding. I cannot stand it. In the book I talk wanting some sort

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Lasered Pics is now selling Getting Started: iPads for Special Needs book

I am so honored that Lasered Pics is now selling Getting Started: iPads for Special Needs book.  As you know I am a big fan of both their keyguards and customer service.  If you need a standard or custom keyguard, Lasered Pics is the place to go.  Please go check them out and book mark their site. Link

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Press Release – Special Needs Children Have New Hope with iPads

In March 2012, Sami Rahman released his barrier- smashing book for special needs children, “Getting Started: iPads for Special Needs.” Response from parents with special needs children, teachers, therapists, and doctors has been overwhelming. Now that school has started again, this is the perfect time to announce what this book can offer and where you

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Free Download – Getting Started iPads for Special Needs Book is now on Kindle Owners’ Lending Library

On July 16, 2012 Getting Started: iPads for Special Needs book is now available for free download from the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library! To barrow a book from the Kindle Owners Lending Library you need to have an Amazon Prime account and have a Kindle or Kindle Fire. To download on a Kindle follows these 3 steps:

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VoiceOver Gestures when Item is Active Cheat Sheet

This is a second VoiceOver Gesture Cheat Sheet.  This set of VoiceOver Gestures applies to when an item is active on the iPad. VoiceOver Gestures when Item is Active Cheat Sheet

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