Moving Forward! Coaching, Course Content and Automation

Update Before we let you in on iHabilitation’s latest developments, we have to mention that things went very well at the Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians (AEBC) AGM in late April.  If you missed it, you can  check out our presentation about personal productivity apps, accessible online collaboration and learning, etc. The session was …

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Courses and Coaching and Gadgets, Oh My!

Welcome to another edition of what was the Eyes-Free Academy blog, now the Mind’s-Eye View (MEV) blog. We are pleased to report that things have been zooming along quite nicely around here, especially in regard to “tech issues”. This has left us free to get on with not only our Course Builders Laboratory course from Mirasee, …

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Zooming Into the Future

Zooming. Yes, this is definitely the case, and in more ways than one, too. Lots of folks probably know about the www.zoom.us cloud meeting and webinar platform. But what a lot of people do NOT realize is that Zoom’s creators really “get” accessibility. That accessibility is further enhanced by www.mosen.org/zoom, a tutorial from our ever-creative friend, Jonathan Mosen, …

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Coming Back From The Dogs, New Location, New Year

Greetings to one and all at the beginning of a bright new year, full of positive energy and potential. We are hopeful and optimistic about 2018 in that some sort of emergency situation won’t disrupt our entrepreneurial effort, stopping us dead in our tracks the way it did half way through 2017. But to quote …

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Gone to the Dogs

When we last posted on June 26, we happily watched while somewhere around fifty people signed up to explore the free beta version of Eyes-Free Academy’s first course. It was a great learning experience, even though much of the feedback had to do with accessibility issues rather than course content. This was also a good …

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