External Keyboards


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Keyboard accessibility is one of the most important aspects of web accessibility. Many users with motor disabilities rely on a keyboard. Some people have tremors which don’t allow for fine muscle control. Others have little or no use of their hands, or no hands at all. In addition to traditional keyboards, some users may use modified keyboards or other hardware that mimics the functionality of a keyboard. Blind users also typically use a keyboard for navigation. Users without disabilities may use a keyboard for navigation because of preference or efficiency.

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Keyboards can be purchased in a wide range of sizes and shapes, suitable for a massive range of learning needs. Please feel free to contact IncludEdu for specific support on this! We've got experience of personalising several learners' working hardware.

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1 thought on “External Keyboards”

  1. Please note the second keyboard shown in the video is LARGER not smaller. The keys are double normal size. May be suitable for young children but only due to motor skills not reach.

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