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While it not just for RSS, Thunderbird not only does email, it also does RSS feeds and is very accessible.
Before I discovered Thunderbird's RSS capabilities, I tried looking for an accessible RSS feed reader, and while there were several, I didn't like any of them.
The only one I can recall now is Q Feed by Accessible Apps, but I don't recommend it because there is for all practical purposes, no support. There is a support email address, but nobody ever replies.
On 7/5/2022 6:23 PM, Milton Ota wrote:
For Google Doc and some of the Google applications, go to the pass webinars on the Freedom Scientific website as there are training material there that have been done during the past year that are still current and applicable.
*From:* email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> *On Behalf Of *Jeff Lukacsena
*Sent:* Tuesday, July 5, 2022 5:17 PM
*Subject:* Jeff Lukacsena: looking for resources for Accessible RSS and Google Docs
I was wondering if anyone on this list kknew of resources for learning how to use Accessible RSS feeds and where to find good RSS feeds.
Also, my graduate program uses Google Docs for a lot of their classroom interaction. I am not very familiar how to use Google docs and it’s suite of products with Jaws 2022. Can anyone points me to good resources on how to learn.