How can the Learning Hub help you learn about eye gaze?
Learn how to set up access methods and settings in Boardmaker to maximize your students' ability it interact with learning materials.
This course explains the importance of access for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) users.
Learn how to use Gaze Viewer with individuals with who require Augmentative and Alternative Communication.
Explore how setting expectations, set-up, exploration and evaluation are important points along the journey to using eye gaze to access communication.
Learn how to stay connected using Accessible Apps for Communicator 5 with eye gaze and other alternative access methods.
Learn about computer access through eye tracking technology using TD Control.
customize access methods in the Boardmaker 7 Student Center
Use these resources to learn about TD Pilot, set up your device, get started with communication software, and learn about Apple's AssistiveTouch.
Learn how to integrate the new Computer Control software into TD Snap.
Learn more about telephony for eye gaze.
Get started with AccessIT 3 using an Android.
Learn how to alert a caregiver using your I-13 or I-16 device. Additional options for calling for help can be found in Communicator 5 and TD Snap.
Learn more about Accessible Apps for Communicator 5 by reading these guides.
Use this form to assist the AAC evaluation process and to identify the potential needs of implementing eye gaze technology.
Use these documents to help you get started with eye gaze.
Use this quick tool to find the gaze interaction settings for our different types of software.
Read our user manual to learn more about Gaze Viewer.
Get started with selecting an appropriate access method using these guides.
Learn more about the I-13 and I-16 speech generating devices that feature the world's leading eye tracker.
Read our Getting Started Guide to learn more about Magic Eye FX.
This easy to use document offers tips for managing fatigue for an eye gaze user.
Learn about positioning, mounting, and calibration for eye tracking.
Learn more about Sensory Eye FX by reading our Getting Started Guide.
TD Control is an intuitive way of managing your computer using eye gaze. Read our guides to learn more.
Listen to audio recordings of interviews with the experts on AAC and ALS including Adina Bradshaw, Susan Fager, and Lisa Bardach.
Learn about the accessible apps for Communicator 5 by watching these short videos.
Watch these short videos to learn more about Communicator 5, an AAC software solution that converts text into clear speech.
Learn about software options for using eye gaze to access your Windows computer directly from Communicator 5.
Watch our quick videos to learn more about how to access communication through play.
TD Control is a way of managing your computer using eye gaze. Watch our short videos to learn how to use the tools.
Learn about the eye gaze settings options available within TD Snap.
Watch these short videos to learn how to use the features of TD Talk to communicate quickly and efficiently, in your own style.
Access methods help individuals with physical challenges communicate and manage their daily life.
Listen to Susan Norwell, co-founder of Rett University, explain the concept of appropriate access in AAC.