• In Memorium In memorium,Ormond (Norm) T. Galvin Norm Galvin passed away on Sunday, August 27th after a long illness. Norm was a good friend and long-time […]

  • Lindsey Williams wrote a new post 2 months ago

    Introducing Tactile Coloring Book: Wild Animals & Free Download Option! Since the successful release of our Tactile Coloring Book, we have been overwhelmed by the support and excitement from our wonderful community. In response […]

  • Introducing Our New Tactile Coloring Book and Braille Labeled Crayons! We’ve been hard at work on exciting things here at ViewPlus, and we’re thrilled to finally announce our latest creations. As we hinted in our previous blog […]

  • REHA 2023 We are happy to be attending REHA 2023 in Poland! We hope you’re able to stop by, see our booth, and chat with us. If you have any questions or would like […]

  • Lloyd Waggener wrote a new post 5 months ago

    Super Spring! We missed blogging in April, but we’re still here! We’ve just been SUPER busy this Spring.  It’s been Show season for us…. we’ve been having a blast an […]

  • Lloyd Waggener wrote a new post 7 months ago

    AI understands the importance of Art in STEM I asked for a first person blog post on the importance of adding art and music to STEM education for blind students.  Here’s what I got: Hey there! I’ […]

  • Today I Tried Legos ​Legos: the joy of many childhoods! They help you learn to build and expand your creativity. Recently I heard more about accessible Lego instructions in a […]

  • Lloyd Waggener wrote a new post 8 months ago

    Eye on Vision with Dr. Soumitra Mitra and Ashley Neybert Then, Ashley Neybert, accessibility specialist with ViewPlus and lead curriculum designer with Independence Science, explains what a day in the life of a blind student is like at Oregon State University.

  • Lloyd Waggener wrote a new post 8 months ago

    In Memorium John Boyer passed away on January 17. John was born blind and lost his hearing as a child. He devoted his life to promoting and developing computer […]

  • Lloyd Waggener wrote a new post 9 months ago

     It’s the time for making new resolutions and starting the new year with a fresh attitude and outlook. What are you going to focus on this year?  

    At ViewPlus this year, we are going to focus on putting the […]

  • Lloyd Waggener wrote a new post 10 months ago

    Hello everyone! My name is Ashley Neybert and I am ViewPlus’ newest Accessibility Specialist. I am also legally blind and thought it might be good for everyone to know some of the adaptations I make in my daily l […]

  • Lloyd Waggener wrote a new post 11 months ago

    Throughout my life I have heard the phrase “a picture is worth 1000 words”. Is this true? Why would a picture be important? I can think of several scenarios where it is just too difficult to explain to som […]

  • Lloyd Waggener wrote a new post 12 months ago

    For both students and teachers, the start of a new school year brings with it challenges – some new and some recurring.  

    In our previous post, “Overcoming Barriers: preparing a university for diffe […]

  • Lloyd Waggener wrote a new post 1 year ago

    August is for many, (with varying degrees of enthusiasm) the time when thinking about going back to school. This is related to different investments, new clothing, schoolbooks and much more, or simply the […]

  • Education is much more than just the physical learning. The process of receiving or giving systematic instruction can also be defined as the delivery and receipt of a series of enlightening learning […]

  • Teachers of the visually impaired (TVI) are periodically faced with the need to procure a braille embosser to enable student development. Simply asking the procurement function, special education department, or […]

  • For Immediate Release – June 17, 2022, Corvallis, OR 

    ViewPlus® Technologies, a Corvallis, OR based manufacturer of assisted learning technologies for the blind and visually impaired (BVI), is excited to […]

  • Word and Excel Add-In Enhancements:
    1.     Customizable UEB Grade 2 contraction tables are available so users can enable and disable certain contractions when learning.

    Entry mask is provided when choosing Eng […]

  • If you are a teacher of the visually impaired, you are likely very busy. In addition to the actual teaching time required to instruct your student, you need to plan and tailor their lessons, coordinate with the […]

  • This foundational blogpost is the first of a continuing series that will offer innovative perspectives, learning approaches, and identify assisted learning technologies that will enable the realization of the […]

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