Technology in the Workplace–All People Who are Blind or Low Vision Use It: The NRTC is Hoping to Tell Us How

For people who are blind or low vision to be competitive in the labor market, they must have digital proficiency. Digital proficiency requires people to have access technology skills. Access technology (AT) includes both traditional assistive technologies created for people who are B/VI (e.g., screen reader) and mainstream technology with built-in accessibility features (e.g., smartphone … Continued