We use Bloom to create an online version of our accessible book library. Our members include children with a range of print disabilities. As we prepare to share our resources, we wonder
a. if there is a way the page turn can be linked to the arrow keys ? Many of our members have motor impairment or low vision.
Many of the users will have to navigate with the equivalent of the left click of a mouse. Others find the small arrow for “turn page” hard to locate and press.
b. We audio describe the images where relevant to users with visual impairment. However, this is hard for children who have attention deficit, and certain visual processing disorders where they are unable to attend to visual and auditory features at the same time.
Is there a way they can choose to turn on/ off the function?