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  • Person – We need to look at the individual to know who the person is and background informationEnvironment – In what context are they going to need to accomplish their goals? Weneed to be aware of their environment that they would be working in or needing assistance.Tasks – What is the task or goal that they need to accomplish?One of the most important pieces to the puzzle, yet one we often lose sight of when we are working with people. Tools – What technology would help them overcome any barriers they may be having? Finding the best tool is the most difficult. At the core of any assistive technology accommodation we are trying to match the individual to the technology. We need to start with the person and their needs – then move to the technology tools. Often, people want to start with the technology and make it fit the person. This “round peg in a square hole” approach will not work and will lead to more technology abandonment.
  • To put the iPad to sleep, press the Sleep/Wake button. When you sleep the iPad, nothing happens if you touch the screen, but music continues playing and you can use the volume buttons.
  • This switch can either mute notifications and sound effects, OR to lock the iPad orientation.Lock the screen in portrait or landscape orientation: Choose General > Use the Side Switch..., then tap Lock Rotation.Mute notifications and other sound effects: Choose General > Use the Side Switch..., then tap Mute
  • This switch can either mute notifications and sound effects, OR to lock the iPad orientation.Lock the screen in portrait or landscape orientation: Choose General > Use the Side Switch..., then tap Lock Rotation.Mute notifications and other sound effects: Choose General > Use the Side Switch..., then tap Mute
  • Press the Home Button once to wake the iPad when asleep, or to go to the first Page of app icons if awake. Press it again to move to the Search Page.Press the Home Button twice to bring up the Multitasking status bar. Swipe to the right to see a list of recently open apps, or to the left to see the media/screen orientation bar.
  • Folders let you organize icons on the Home screen. You can put up to 20 icons in a folder.Rearrange folders by dragging them on the Home screen or by moving them to a new Home screen or to the Dock.To create a folder: touch and hold an icon until the Home screen icons begin to jiggle, then drag one icon onto another icon.The iPad creates a new folder that includes the two icons, and shows the folder’s name. You can tap the name field to enter a different name.
  • Folders let you organize icons on the Home screen. You can put up to 20 icons in a folder.Rearrange folders by dragging them on the Home screen or by moving them to a new Home screen or to the Dock.To create a folder: touch and hold an icon until the Home screen icons begin to jiggle, then drag one icon onto another icon.The iPad creates a new folder that includes the two icons, and shows the folder’s name. You can tap the name field to enter a different name.
  • Universal access features make iPad easy to use for people who have a vision impairment, are deaf or hard of hearing, or have a physical or learning disability. The accessibility features on iPad include: Support for playback of closed-captioned contentVoiceOver screen readerZoom magnificationWhite on Black Large TextMono Audio Speak Auto-text Support for braille displaysZoom, White on Black, and Mono Audio work with all apps. Large Text works with Mail and Notes. VoiceOver works with the built-in iPad apps, and with some third-party apps you can download from the App Store. Closed-captioning works with videos and podcasts that support it.
  • VoiceOver describes aloud what appears onscreen, so that you can use iPad without seeing it.VoiceOver tells you about each element on the screen as you select it. When you select an element, a black rectangle encloses it (for the benefit of those who can see the screen) and VoiceOver speaks the name or describes the item. The enclosing rectangle is referred to as the VoiceOver cursor.Touch the screen or drag your fingers to hear different items on the screen. To interact with items on the screen, such as buttons and links, use VoiceOver gestures. When you select text, VoiceOver reads the text. If you turn on Speak Hints, VoiceOver may tell you the name of the item. When you select a control (such as a button or switch), VoiceOver provides instructions for you— for example, “double-tap to open.”When you go to a new screen, VoiceOver plays a sound and automatically selects and speaks the first element of the screen (typically, the item in the upper-left corner). VoiceOver also lets you know when the display changes to landscape or portrait orientation, and when the screen is locked or unlocked.
  • You can choose what kind of feedback you get when you type. You can set VoiceOver to speak characters, words, both, or nothing. If you choose to hear both characters and words, VoiceOver speaks each character as you type it, then speaks the whole word when you enter a space or punctuation.Choose typing feedback: In Settings, choose General > Accessibility > VoiceOver > Typing Feedback. You can choose Characters, Words, Characters and Words, or Nothing for software keyboards and for Apple Wireless Keyboards.To use phonetics - In Settings, choose General > Accessibility > VoiceOver, then tap the Use Phonetics switch to turn it on.Use this feature when you type or read character-by-character, to help make clear which characters were spoken. When Use Phonetics is turned on, Voiceover first speaks the character, then speaks a word beginning with the character. For example, if you type the character “f,” VoiceOver speaks “f,” and then a moment later, “foxtrot.”To use pitch change - In Settings, choose General > Accessibility > VoiceOver, then tap the Use Pitch Change switch to turn it on.VoiceOver uses a higher pitch when entering a letter, and a lower pitch when deleting a letter. VoiceOver also uses a higher pitch when speaking the first item of a group (such as a list or table) and a lower pitch when speaking the last item of a group.
  • The onscreen keyboard appears automatically anytime you need to type. Use the keyboard to enter text, such as contact information, email, and web addresses. The keyboard corrects misspellings, predicts what you’re typing, and learns as you use it.1. When typing a line of text, tap the space bar on the keyboard twice and it will automatically insert a dot (full stop) followed by a space. The next letter that you type will be written in uppercase without you having to press the Shift key.2. To type special characters with accent marks (like the letter à or è), simply tap and hold the corresponding alphabet key and a sub-menu will pop-up. Slide your finger to the relevant accent mark then release.3. To insert the degree symbol in your text switch to the numeric keyboard and hold the ‘0’ key and then slide your finger to select from the sub-menu.4. The numeric keyboard shows the dollar ($) symbol by default.  If you need to type the Pound or the Euro currency symbol, just hold the $ key and you’ll see a list of alternative symbols in the submenu.5. When you are typing a website URL in the address bar of the Safari browser, there’s a “. com” key in the keyboard that you can tap to quickly complete the web address. Tap and hold will give you an option to choose other URLs, .edu, .org and .net.6. When typing an email address in the To: or CC /BCC field of the Mail program, tap and hold the dot (.) key and you’ll get a list of domain shortcuts in a sub-menu to auto-complete the email address.7. If you need to type, “wasn’t”, just forget the apostrophe and type “wasnt” – the keyboard will automatically insert the apostrophe at the appropriate place.8. To Enable Caps Lock , go to  Settings –> General –> Keyboard  –> Enable Caps lock.  Next time you type- double-tap the shift key to turn it into a Caps lock key. They will stay blue until you press one of them again.9. To simplify and limit your keystrokes when you need to jump between text and numbers on the keyboard, just press the .”?123” key, slide the finger to reach the “@” or ‘”3” key etc. and then lift the finger up to release the key. The keyboard will automatically return to text.
  • Tap the address field (in the title bar) to bring up the onscreen keyboard, type the web address, then tap Go. If the address field isn’t visible, tap the status bar at the top of the screen to quickly scroll up to the address field.As you type, web addresses that start with those letters appear. These are bookmarked pages or recent pages you’ve opened. Tap an address to go to that page. Keep typing if you want to enter a web address that’s not in the list.
  • If you would like to view the destination web address of the link before you tap it, just touch and hold the link, and a menu appears that displays the address at the top.
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    • 1. Dive into iPads for Assistive TechnologyPresented by ATLA, 2011
    • 2. +Mystie RailExecutive Director “Independent living is not doing things by yourself, it is being in control of how things are done.” - Judy Heumann
    • 3. + Who is ATLA?FREE (Grant) Fee (No Grant)• Resources • Device and software reseller• Demonstrations • Professional• General Presentations development• Short Term Loans • AT assessments &• Reutilization of training equipment
    • 4. + Where is ATLA? Available throughout Alaska • Demonstration Centers • Virtual Help Desk SystemBasecamp3330 Arctic Blvd., Suite 101 • WebinarsAnchorage, AK 99503 • Resources
    • 5. + Qualifying can ATLA Who Criteria? help? Be in Alaska Need assistive technology Be alive Community Living Education Employment IT / Telecom
    • 6. ATLA does+ What we can’t do! not… Fix, maintain, or train general computer needs Provide funding Bill Medicaid / Medicare Therapeutic evaluations occupational, physical, speech Durable medical needs (wheelchairs, walkers, vehicle mods, vents, etc..)
    • 7. + Alaska’s one-stop shop Reseller ServicesTechAct Assistive Technology NDBEP of Alaska akCAM MSATTS ReLease
    • 8. + Puzzling process
    • 9. + Assessment principles Assistive technology is a dynamic process not just a product is a team process Technology itself is not the goal… is a system of devices and services The requires new skills individual’s participation in their chosen is a step towards independence activities is the goal.
    • 10. + AT Considerations  Access  Durability  Vocabulary  Complexity Capacity  Compatibility  Language  Upgradeability Capacity  Maintenance  Output  Technical Support  Display  Cost  Size of Device  Appearance  Portability
    • 11. + iPad Basics
    • 12. +Get to knowyour iPadPhysical Attraction& Inner Beauty
    • 13. + Front of the iPad
    • 14. + Back of the iPad
    • 15. + Sleep/Wake Button  To wake, press the Sleep/Wake button, then drag the unlock slider.  To turn the iPad off, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button.  To turn the iPad on after it’s off, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until the Apple logo appears.
    • 16. + Volume Buttons  Use the Volume buttons to increase or decrease the volume of sounds on the iPad.  Press and hold the Volume down button to mute audio or video playback.
    • 17. + Side Switch This switch can either  mute notifications and sound effects  lock the iPad orientation
    • 18. + Microphone / Speaker  3.5-mm stereo headphone minijack  Built-in speaker  Microphone
    • 19. + Cameras  5-megapixel iSight camera  Autofocus, tap to focus  Face detection in still images  Video recording & stabilization  FaceTime camera with VGA-quality photos and video at up to 30 frames per second
    • 20. + Home Button Press once to: Press twice to:  wake the iPad when asleep  bring up the Multitasking status bar  go to the first Page of app icons if awake  Swipe to the right to see a list of recently open apps  move to the Search Page.  left to see the media/screen orientation bar. Media/Screen Orientation Bar
    • 21. + Status Icons
    • 22. + Arranging Apps  To open an app, tap its icon  To rearrange app icons:  Touch and hold any icon until the icons jiggle.  Arrange the icons by dragging them  Press the Home button to save your arrangementPresented by ATLA, 2011
    • 23. + Organizing with Folders  Folders let you organize icons on the Home screen  20 icons in a folder.  To create a folder: touch and hold an icon until the Home screen icons begin to jiggle, then drag one icon onto another icon.  Tap the name field to enter a different name.
    • 24. + Navigation  Pinch  Tap  Two finger  Double Tap  Swipe  Home button  Double tap Home button  Triple tap Home button
    • 25. +PreferencePerfectionPhysical Attraction& Inner Beauty
    • 26. + Airplane Mode & Wifi  Tap Airplane Mode on the Settings screen to display On (rather than Off).  Slide the Wi-Fi setting to On, then tap the network you wish to join. You may need to enter a password, then select Join. If the network is not listed, tap Other… and manually enter the Wi-Fi network information.
    • 27. + Notifications & Location Service  iOS apps can provide three types of notifications:  Sounds: Plays an audible alert  Alerts/Banners: Displays an alert or banner on the screen  Badges: Displays an image or number on the application icon  Location Services allows apps and websites to use information from Global Positioning System (GPS) networks to determine your approximate location
    • 28. + Brightness, Wallpaper, & Picture Frame  To control brightness manually, tap the Auto-Brightness On/Off button to turn it off.  Tap and drag the Brightness slider to the right to make the screen brighter or to the left to make it dimmer.
    • 29. + Brightness, Wallpaper, & Picture Frame  When options appear, tap Wallpaper to display all the built-in wallpaper images.  Tap a wallpaper selection in the Wallpaper dialog to set it.
    • 30. + iCloud  iCloud stores your music, photos, documents, and more and wirelessly pushes them to all your devices.  www.apple.com/icloud/setup/
    • 31. + iCloud  Find My iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac  Sign in at icloud.com or use the Find My iPhone app on another device to see your missing iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac on a map.  Remotely set a passcode lock to keep your information private. Or initiate a remote wipe to delete your personal data and restore your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac to its factory settings.
    • 32. + Mail, Contacts, Calendars  Before you can use your email account on iPad - you need to add your account to Mail.  Tap Mail  Select your account type. Tap Other if your account is not listed.  Enter your account information and tap Save. Mail configures most email accounts automatically. Otherwise, you will be prompted for any additional settings.  Once your account information is saved - you can start sending and receiving email.
    • 33. + Twitter: What is that??  Twitter is an information network  made up of 140-character messages called Tweets.  Its an easy way to discover the latest news related to subjects you care about. https://support.twitter.com/articles/215585-twitter-101-how-should-i-get- started-using-twitter#
    • 34. + Twitter  From the devices Home Screen, tap Settings > Twitter.  Tap "Install Now" to install the official Twitter app.  Tap "Add Account", then enter your full name, username, and password associated with your Twitter account.
    • 35. + Facetime  Facetime is like Skype  Other user must have Facetime too  Wifi connection is required  You call to the other persons email address or iPhone call number
    • 36. + IMessages  Messages  In addition to text, you can send photos, videos, locations, and contacts.  If you have more than one iOS device, iMessage keeps the conversation going across all of them.  You’ll get a delivery receipt letting you know your message went through. You’ll know it’s been read, too, if your friend has enabled read receipts.  Just add their names in the To field to start a group messaging session. When someone replies, everyone sees it.
    • 37. + Music, Video, Photos, & Notes  Music  Video  Retina display on the new iPad lets you watch 1080p videos at their full HD resolution  Photos  Edit photos  Make a slideshow  View photos by location  Closed caption option  Notes  Change fonts
    • 38. +General&AccessibilitySettingsiAbilities
    • 39. + General Settings  About, Software Update, and Usage  Sounds  Network, Bluetooth, iTunes Wifi Sync  Spotlight Search  Auto-Lock  Passcode Lock  iPad Cover Lock/Unlock
    • 40. + General Settings  Restrictions  Date & Time  Greatfor parents and  Keyboard teachers!  Add new shortcut  Side Switch  Enable Caps Locks  MultitaskingGestures  Check Spelling  Pinch to Home Screen  International  Swipe up to reveal multitasking bar  Reset  Swipe left or right between apps
    • 41. + Triple Click is your friend!  Toggle Voice Over  Toggle White on Black  Toggle Zoom  Toggle Assistive Touch  Ask
    • 42. + Universal Access Features www.apple.com/accessibility/ipad  Universal access features make iPad easy to use for people who have a vision impairment, are deaf or hard of hearing, or have a physical or learning disability. The accessibility features on iPad include:  Support for playback of closed-captioned content  VoiceOver screen reader  Zoom magnification  White on Black  Large Text  Mono Audio  Speak Auto-text  Support for braille displays
    • 43. + VoiceOver  VoiceOver describes aloud what appears onscreen  VoiceOver tells you about each element on the screen as you select it.  Touch the screen or drag your fingers to hear different items on the screen.  Turn on Speak Hints, VoiceOver may tell you the name of the item  When you go to a new screen, VoiceOver plays a sound and automatically selects and speaks the first element of the screen (typically, the item in the upper-left corner).  VoiceOver also lets you know when the display changes to landscape or portrait orientation, and when the screen is locked or unlocked.Presented by ATLA, 2011
    • 44. + Setting Up VoiceOver  Turn VoiceOver on or off on iPad: In Settings, choose General > Accessibility > VoiceOver, then tap the VoiceOver On/Off switch.  You can also set Triple-click Home to turn VoiceOver on or off.  Note: You cannot use VoiceOver and Full-screen Zoom at the same time.Presented by ATLA, 2011
    • 45. + VoiceOver Settings  You can set VoiceOver to give spoken hints, increase or decrease the speaking rate, or give typing feedback.  Turn spoken hints on or off: In Settings, choose General > Accessibility > VoiceOver, then tap the Speak Hints On/Off switch. Spoken hints are turned on by default.  Set the VoiceOver speaking rate: In Settings, choose General > Accessibility > VoiceOver, then adjust the Speaking Rate slider.Presented by ATLA, 2011
    • 46. + VoiceOver Settings  You can set VoiceOver to give spoken hints, increase or decrease the speaking rate, or give typing feedback.  Turn spoken hints on or off: In Settings, choose General > Accessibility > VoiceOver, then tap the Speak Hints On/Off switch. Spoken hints are turned on by default.  Set the VoiceOver speaking rate: In Settings, choose General > Accessibility > VoiceOver, then adjust the Speaking Rate slider.
    • 47. + VoiceOver Typing Feedback Feedback  You can choose Characters, Words, Characters and Words, or Nothing for software keyboards and for Apple Wireless Keyboards. Phonetics  Use this feature when you type or read character-by-character, to help make clear which characters were spoken. When Use Phonetics is turned on, Voiceover first speaks the character, then speaks a word beginning with the character. For example, if you type the character ―f,‖ VoiceOver speaks ―f,‖ and then a moment later, ―foxtrot.‖ To use pitch change –  VoiceOver uses a higher pitch when entering a letter, and a lower pitch when deleting a letter. VoiceOver also uses a higher pitch when speaking the first item of a group (such as a list or table) and a lower pitch when speaking the last item of a group.
    • 48. + VoiceOver Gestures  Navigate and Read  Tap - Speak item.  Flick right or left - Select the next or previous item.  Two finger tap - Stop speaking the current item.  Two finger flick up - Read all, from the top of the screen.  Two finger flick down - Read all, from the current position.  Three finger flick up or down - Scroll one page at a time.  Three finger flick right or left - Go to the next or previous page  Four finger flick up or down – Go to the first or last element on a page.  Four finger flick right or left - Go to the next or previous section
    • 49. + VoiceOver Gestures  Select and Activate  Double-tap: Activate selected item.  Touch an item with one finger, tap the screen with another finger (―split- tapping‖): Activate item.  Double-tap and hold (1 second) + standard gesture: Use a standard gesture.  The double-tap and hold gesture tells iPad to interpret the subsequent gesture as standard. For example, you can double-tap and hold, and then without lifting your finger, drag your finger to slide a switch.  You can use standard gestures when VoiceOver is turned on, by double-tapping and holding your finger on the screen. A series of tones indicates that normal gestures are in force. They remain in effect until you lift your finger, then VoiceOver gestures resume.  Two-finger double tap: Play or pause in iPod, YouTube, or Photos. Start or stop the stopwatch.  Three-finger double tap: Mute or unmute VoiceOver.  Three-finger triple tap: Turn the display on or off.
    • 50. + Activity: Practice Gestures  In Settings, choose General > Accessibility > VoiceOver > Practice Gestures, then tap the Practice VoiceOver Gestures button.  Practice the gestures described in ―VoiceOver Settings,‖ in the slides above.
    • 51. + More VoiceOver Goodness  Rotor Control - The rotor is a virtual control that acts like a physical dial when VoiceOver is turned on.  Entering and Editing Text - When you select a text field with VoiceOver, you can use the onscreen keyboard to enter text.  You can use a refreshable Bluetooth braille display to read VoiceOver output in braille.  www.apple.com/accessibility/voiceover/devicesupport.Presented by ATLA, 2011
    • 52. + Other Accessibility Options  The Zoom accessibility feature lets you magnify the entire screen to help you see what’s on the display.  Large Text lets you make the text larger in Mail and Notes. You can choose 20- point, 24-point, 32-point, 40- point, 48-point, or 56-point text.  Use White on Black to invert the colors on the iPad display, which may make it easier to read the screen.Presented by ATLA, 2011
    • 53. + AssistiveTouch  allows users to perform gestures and button actions on the iPad with one touch  allows one-tap access to all of the iPads functions including rotation, shaking, volume changes and even gestures  Known gestures such as pinch and swipe can be recalled by a tap, and custom gestures can even be recorded and played back on command
    • 54. +Tips & TricksDid you know?
    • 55. + Pinch to Zoom  zoom in and out  Pinch your fingers together or apart.  photos and webpages  can double-tap to zoom in, then double-tap again to zoom out
    • 56. + Onscreen Keyboard If you touch the wrong key, you can slide your finger to the correct key. The letter isn’t entered until you release your finger from the key. Hold your finger on a key to see a sub-menu pop up. To Enable Caps Lock , go to Settings –> General –> Keyboard –> Enable Caps lock. Next time you type- double-tap the shift key to turn it into a Caps lock key. They will stay blue until you press one of them again.
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    • 58. + Editing—Cut, Copy, and Paste Position the insertion point: Touch and hold to bring up the magnifying glass, then drag to position the insertion point. Select text: Tap the insertion point to display the selection buttons. Tap Select to select the adjacent word, or tap Select All to select all text. You can also double-tap a word to select it. In read-only documents such as webpages, touch and hold a word to select it. Drag the grab points to select more or less text. Cut or copy text: Select text, then tap Cut or Copy. Paste text: Tap the insertion point, then tap Paste to insert the last text that you cut or copied. Or, select text, then tap Paste to replace the text. Undo the last edit: Shake iPad, or tap undo on the keyboard.
    • 59. + Bluetooth Keyboard/Headphones  In Settings, choose General > Bluetooth, and turn Bluetooth on.  Select the device and, if prompted, enter the passkey or PIN number. See the instructions about the passkey or PIN that came with the device.  Note: Before you pair an Apple Wireless Keyboard, press the power button to turn the keyboard on. You can pair only one Apple Wireless Keyboard with iPad at a time. To pair a different keyboard, you must first unpair the current one.  After you pair the keyboard with iPad, the product name and a Bluetooth icon appear on the screen.  After you pair headphones with iPad, the product name and a Bluetooth audio icon appear on the screen when you’re viewing audio or video playback controls. Tap to switch to a different audio output, such as the internal speaker.
    • 60. + Viewing Webpages Rotate the iPad and the webpage rotates, automatically adjusting to fit the page.
    • 61. + Viewing Webpages
    • 62. + Opening Webpages  Tap the address field (in the title bar) to bring up the onscreen keyboard  type the web address, then tap Go  To erase the text in the address field: Tap the address field, then tap
    • 63. + Navigating WebpagesPresented by ATLA, 2011
    • 64. + Opening Multiple Webpages  You can open up to nine pages at a time. Some links automatically open a new page instead of replacing the current one.  Open a new page: Tap then tap New Page. Go to a different page: Tap then tap the page you want to view.  Close a page: Tap and tap
    • 65. + Opening Multiple Webpages  If you would like to view the destination web address of the link before you tap it, just touch and hold the link, and a menu appears that displays the address at the top.
    • 66. + Adding Web Clips to the Homepage  Add web clips to the Home screen for fast access to your favorite webpages. Web clips appear as icons on the Home screen, and you can arrange them along with the app icons.  Add a web clip: Open the webpage and tap then tap ―Add to Home Screen.‖  When you add a web clip, you can edit its name. If the name is too long (more than about 10 characters), it may appear abbreviated on the Home screen.  Web clips are backed up by iTunes.
    • 67. +The App StoreWARNING: may causeappoholic syndrome
    • 68. +Presented by ATLA, 2011
    • 69. + The App Store – What’s HotPresented by ATLA, 2011
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    • 75. + Browsing and Searching Browse Featured to see new, notable, or recommended apps, or browse Top Charts to see the most popular applications. If you’re looking for a specific app, use Search. Search for apps: Tap the search field at the top of the screen and enter one or more words. Choose from the list of suggestions, or tap Search on the keyboard.
    • 76. + Getting More Information  Tap any app in a list to see the Info screen, which shows the app’s price, screenshots, and ratings.  View screenshots: Scroll down to the screenshots, then flick left or right to see additional screenshots.  Get ratings and read reviews: Scroll down to ―Customer Ratings and Reviews.‖
    • 77. + Activity: Find an App  As a small group, choose an app, either by browsing or searching.  Open it’s information page.  Find out it’s average rating, one helpful review, and look at the screenshots.  Report out to the large group – would you recommend it?
    • 78. + Using Documents Use iTunes to connect to your iPad, then go to the Apps tab, then scroll to the bottom.