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Provided by the Massachusetts Assistive Technology Act Program (MassMATCH)

June 10th, 2014

Did You Know?

The Livescribe smartpen can be used to create access to graphics for students who are visually impaired. Two ways:
  1. Create graphics using the pen, a raised-line drawing kit, and Livescribe notebook paper. The smartpen allows users to link audio description to the graphics for later review.
  2. Use Livescribe sound stickers to provide audio access to existing tactile and non-tactile graphical material.

Learn more at this Livescribe webpage   

Livescribe pen drawing in a Livescribe notebook.  

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