Internet Explorer 10 Using JAWS

JAWS is a screen-reading software.

This course is designed for individuals who will be teaching a student with a visual impairment how to use Internet Explorer 10 using JAWS. Participants should have the skills taught in LIO's Microsoft Word 2010 Using JAWS course.

Learn Internet Explorer 10 Using JAWS

  • Navigate through search engines and websites
  • Fill out online forms
  • Access tables, combo boxes, radio buttons, etc.
  • Use bookmarks
  • Learn commands for advanced viewing and reading

Learn Instructional Strategies

You will receive Teaching Internet Explorer Using JAWS for Windows from DeWitt & Associates. This book provides a curriculum for teaching students and includes a CD. You will also receive tip sheets and tactile graphics to enhance lesson plans.

You will be added to the MDE-LIO technology listserv after completing the workshop. As a member of the listserv, you can connect with other professionals who have completed an MDE-LIO technology workshop. Use the listserv to share ideas, ask questions, or help answer someone else’s question about assistive technology. MDE-LIO also shares helpful tips on a regular basis.



Individuals working with students who are BVI, including:

  • Teachers and BVI teacher consultants
  • Paraprofessionals
  • Parents
  • College students


  • MDE-LIO will provide computers for participants to use


Request credits when registering for the workshop.

  • State Continuing Education Clock Hours (SCECHs)
  • Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Education Professionals (ACVREPs)


Teachers, paraprofessionals, and other school personnel: $75

Parents/family and college students: $37.50