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3 Things - Tuesday, August 2

  1. He's My Brother - documentary PBS Point of View
    Christine's brother Peter experiences his world through touch, smell, and taste. Now 30 years old, Peter's family is having trouble finding the proper care for his multiple disabilities. He's My Brother explores how the family works to assure him a dignified life once the parents are gone – and Christine's own uncertainties about one day becoming his primary caregiver. How to Watch

  2. How a Visual Language Evolves as Our World Does - The Washington Post
    Ubiquitous video technology and social media have given deaf people a new way to communicate. They’re using it to transform American Sign Language.

  3. Alt text helps the visually impaired experience the James Webb Telescope images - PBS
    "A starfield is speckled across the image. They range from small, faint points of light to larger, closer, brighter and more fully resolved stars with eight-point diffraction spikes. The upper-right portion of the image has wispy, translucent, cloud-like streaks rising from the nebula."

Maggie Vaughan, CPACC
~ friend of DubBot, A11Y practitioner in higher ed