Accessibility features in Mavericks® make the user experience easier for those that require physical, visual or auditory accommodations. In this online training series, you will learn how to enable and use physical accommodations such as mouse control and sticky keys. Many hearing accommodations are also covered such as setting talking alerts and adjusting the volume output and balance. Visual accommodations are covered in depth such as turning on and using zoom, setting the resolution and adjusting the pointer size. You will also learn about VoiceOver components such as using the caption panel and navigating the web are demonstrated for those that require the use of VoiceOver. Not an Atomic Learning subscriber? Learn more at www.atomiclearning.com/more.
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1. Students enter a simple code
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