Important Update: Chrome Apps Windows, Mac and Linux OS support end-of life in sight 0Last year Google had announced that it was discontinuing its support of Chrome Apps for Windows, Mac and Linux OS users. This means that for software like Clicker Apps, Snap&Read, WordQ and Co:Writer, users who do not have Chromebooks will not be able to access those tools. AT users can still access Chrome extensions regardless of what kind of OS they have.
Where Did My Chrome Extensions Go? 0Did you come back from summer holidays only to find that your Chrome Extensions supporting reading, writing and other critical AT/teaching operations have gone AWOL? They're still there. Here's where to find them.
Insights from ISTE 2017 0This year’s ISTE conference marked a particularly big event for Bridges – our first ever ISTE poster presentation! As we mentioned in a previous blog post, we presented our Assistive Tech Camps. We were even featured in an ISTE article, which you can read here.
Chromebook Accessibility the Missing Users Guide 0
Chromebooks have exploded in popularity in school systems across North America. In celebration of Chromebook month Bridges shares with you our Chromebook Accessibility: the Missing Users Guide.
To download the free pdf, CLICK HERE.
This brief reference summarises built in accessibility features in the Chromebook's OS and looks at how you can connect various assistive technology.