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[LSM] Trish Guinn – 5 Essential Christmas Signs in Mexican Sign Language

[LSM] Trish Guinn – 5 Essential Christmas Signs in Mexican Sign Language

Hey! It’s Trish. It’s almost Christmas! Hurray! As you can see, I have a shirt that is both nerdy and Christmassy! My two favorite things are Christmas and nerdery. Anyway… I wanted to teach you guys a few signs you Read more…


The Partner Accessibility (PAC) Initiative – CAP ASL VLOG

The Partner Accessibility (PAC) Initiative – CAP ASL VLOG

Hello! Do you know about the Public Accessibility and Communication (PAC) Initiative? CAP provides assistive technology to increase access to federal programs and services for federal employees and members of the general public with disabilities. Specific examples of locations within Read more…


How Blind People Write Braille

How Blind People Write Braille

See? Here’s something I thought might be goof for you to see. This is how I used to write things down. The old Perkins Brailler. ♪ So look at this thing. Big ol’ clunky thing. Look at this. Look how Read more…


Trip to Hayes Garden World Vlog

Trip to Hayes Garden World Vlog

Hi, Steph’s here Today, we’re off to Hayes Garden World Can’t wait to set off! Introducing my boyfriend Hello Heyy, finally we’ve arrived at Hayes Garden World! Turkey Chicken Pink! If you want a pink tree, you can with those Read more…


Language Attributes and Screen Readers

Language Attributes and Screen Readers

Welcome! Accessible University (AU) is a fictional university, and this is its fictional home page. This page is designed to demonstrate a variety of common web Bienvenido! Accesible Universidad (UA) es una universidad ficticia, y esta es su página de Read more…


Come To Work With Me! Accessibility Conference! Deaf Owned Business! | Rikki Poynter

Come To Work With Me! Accessibility Conference! Deaf Owned Business! | Rikki Poynter

(MUSIC) Oh, hi. So, we’re off to like a little bit of a late start. I’m in Austin, Texas, and it’s about 5:30. And I arrived here about like, I don’t know, four hours ago. So, really, my entire plan Read more…


Chinook Middle School is breaking the language barrier with Microsoft Translator

Chinook Middle School is breaking the language barrier with Microsoft Translator

– [Narrator] So there’s this app. – [Man] Whenever you speak. – [Narrator] And it’s breaking language barriers. – [Man] You want to transfer an idea to another person. – [Narrator] This is Chinook Middle School and they’re speaking with Read more…


Creating Accessibility Documents – Episode 7 – Languages

Creating Accessibility Documents – Episode 7 – Languages

Dean Halstead: Hi. My name is Dean Halstead. I’m the Federal Accessibility Lead here at Microsoft. In this episode, I’m going to focus on how to properly identify different languages that are used within a document. By setting the correct Read more…


Communicating with people who have hearing loss (deaf awareness)

Communicating with people who have hearing loss (deaf awareness)

How many people do you think have some form of hearing loss? Well, in the UK the figure’s around 10 million that’s about one in six people. Perhaps someone you know or work with, a relative or maybe a customer. Read more…


Child, The Father of Man

Child, The Father of Man

A Story of King Akbar and Birbal. King Akbar was in discussion with his ministers in his royal court. King Akbar was waiting for Birbal for a long time. Birbal finally came to the court. Akbar angrily asked Birbal , Read more…