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Windows 8: Designed for Accessibility

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Microsoft's latest operating system also delivers when it comes to its accessibility and assistive technology features, namely the Narrator and Magnifier. Watch this video demo from Microsoft to see the new accessibility features in action: (Please visit the site to view this video).

Photoshop Elements vs. Photoshop

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This newly updated image- and video-editing bundle runs on Windows machines or Macs, and is now available to eligible nonprofits, charities, and public libraries through TechSoup. In-Depth Comparisons. Adobe offers an official comparison guide for the whole Photoshop family.

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Photoshop Elements 11 vs. Photoshop CS6

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This newly updated image- and video-editing bundle runs on Windows machines or Macs, and is now available to eligible nonprofits, charities, and public libraries through TechSoup. In-Depth Comparisons. ProDesignTools.com has a nice comparison that also includes Lightroom.

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A Guide to Windows 8 Resources

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Is Windows 8 right for your nonprofit or library? We curated a list of the most useful Windows 8 apps for nonprofits and libraries. Read our comparison of the two operating systems. Learn how Windows 8 is designed with accessibility in mind.

A Guide to Windows 8 Resources

Tech Soup Blog

Is Windows 8 right for your nonprofit or library? We curated a list of the most useful Windows 8 apps for nonprofits and libraries. Read our comparison of the two operating systems. Learn how Windows 8 is designed with accessibility in mind.

The Participatory Museum Process Part 4: Adventures in Self-Publishing

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Two pieces of advice if you are thinking about making a book on your own: There are lots of tutorials--books, videos, etc.--available available for free at your library and on the web. This is the final segment in a four-part series about writing The Participatory Museum.