Using VoiceOver with iBooks

Amber and I created this video tutorial to quickly demonstrate the basics of using VoiceOver in iBooks. VoiceOver is the built-in screen reading software that comes with every recent iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Mac. Though it was chiefly designed for users with vision impairments, it obviously carries a wide range of educational uses too. And it is notably free and well-designed in a market where small fortunes are routinely spent on software. All this being said, I heartily recommend the Aussie voice over the grating American default.

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Amber Nutt

Amber Nutt is an Education Support Technologist at the University of Kansas.