Ipad Accessibility settings and features

By Dr. Don McMahon | April 28th, 2021 | Technology 

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Ipad Settings for Accessibility to support students with disabilities. Please click here to view the video. 

About Dr. Don McMahon

Don McMahon coordinates the Assistive Technology Research and Development Lab.  Don is also the Cofounder of the WSU ROAR postsecondary education program for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Don graduated from the Special Education Ph.D. program at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.   While at the University of Tennessee Don was on the program staff of a postsecondary education program similar to ROAR where he designed and taught courses in digital citizenship for students with disabilities.