• August 16, 2017

Tutorial showing how to create an accessible book in PictelloWhen creating accessible books to best support students with perceptual disabilities, there are various software applications to choose from. Here are some step-by-step tutorials, tips and ready-made templates for the applications, both desktop and mobile, that we have found to be most efficacious.


Mobile Applications

Desktop Applications

Related Resources

  • Accessible Resource Centre – British Columbia (ARC-BC) – houses SET-BC’s vast collection of Accessible Books
  • resourceSET – This database of free activities, templates, visual supports and other educational materials has many supports for accessible books including “Boardmaker Symbols for Picture Books,” Boardmaker support boards for various titles, and “Planning a Story” [Clicker 6] .
  • SET-BC Accessible Books Collection – a collection of accessible books in a variety of assistive technology programs