Accessible Physics Concepts for Blind Students

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Blind students should not be excluded from physics courses because of inaccessible textbooks. The modules in this collection present physics concepts in a format that blind students can read using accessibility tools such as an audio screen reader and an electronic line-by-line Braille display. These modules are intended to supplement and not to replace the physics textbook.

See the entire collection at Connexions

If you find the links to any of my tutorials broken, you might try either:

  1. Going to Google or Bing and searching the web for pages having the same title, or

  2. Going to More articles by Richard G. Baldwin at and searching that page for the tutorial by title.

One of those two options is almost certain to lead you to a copy of the tutorial.

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