Using the APH Chameleon 20 & APH Mantis Q40 in Education June 3, 2024 at 4:15 pm

The APH Chameleon 20 and APH Mantis Q40 are the most frequent Braille notetakers in use in the United States. There are other more expensive Braille notetakers, but they are not used as frequently. These Braille notetakers are available under Federal Quota. This session will provide attendees with instruction on how to configure these devices and how to use them in the public school system. I have written training manuals on these two products that are available free at this location and will be the basis of the presentation: https://www.wssb.wa.gov/services/statewide-technology

Key Learning Outcomes

1. Participants will gain knowledge of the APH Mantis Q40 and APH Chameleon 20 and how devices best work with Windows computers, Chromebooks, and iPads. (Only use the APH Mantis Q40 with a Chromebook!)
2. Participants will be able to independently use the Editor in the APH Mantis Q40 and APH Chameleon 20 and will understand that it is a text editor. Participants will be able to create, save, and export student work.
3. Participants will be able to download books in the APH Mantis Q40 and APH Chameleon 20. Participants will be able to access their books and understand the reading commands required for navigation.

Speaker(s)

McClanahan, Roan
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