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While searching for a topic this week, I came across an article about electronic whiteboards and people with disabilities. It seems that whiteboards are not so "people with disability friendly", and when using them in the classroom, teachers must be prepared for this.
What are some of the problems? People with poor eyesight will not be able to see the screen. And people with poor motor skills may not be able to use the whiteboard because they can't manipulate its mouse.
The following article from AccessIT tells of these problems and how teachers can prepare for them. It is a short and interesting read, check it out: