Chromebooks come with a variety of built-in accessibility features that you can use to make your students’ interactions with their devices more engaging. While you will know best how to address your students’ learning needs, these features may be helpful for students who are low-vision or blind, deaf or hard-of-hearing, have limited range of motion or motor function, or have reading and comprehension challenges.

In addition to the built-in Chromebook accessibility features, there are thousands of Chrome extensions and apps you can select to customize your students' experience, many of which may have accessibility benefits. You'll find more information about Google as well as third-party Chrome extensions throughout this unit.