NFB of Maryland Seminar and Audio Archive


Seminar and Trainings

This page contains audio recordings and other files from our various trainings and events, in alphabetical order.


Blind History Lady - Peggy Chong of Colorado from April 29, 2020 at 8 PM EDT


Maryland Department of Transportation to discuss the Central Maryland Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) from June 17, 2020 at 8 PM EDT


On June 18, 2020 NFB of Maryland submitted comments to the draft copy of “Connecting Our Future: A Regional Transit Plan for Central Maryland”.


The complete list of RTP comments can be found here.


Steps to Improve Your Memory from June 20, 2020 at 2 PM EDT

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Victor Reader Stream from May 16, 2020at 2 PM EDT


Zoom Meeting training from June 27, 2020 at 9:30 AM EDT



Free Audiobook Resource for Learning the Zoom Platform


In the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, Jonathan Mosen has made his audiobook Meet Me in the Cloud freely available. This tutorial, which takes approximately

three hours, walks through all aspects of the popular conferencing platform, from joining your first meeting, to hosting a meeting, to the differences

between Basic and Pro accounts. Mosen’s book is thorough and accessible to all, regardless of technical background or proficiency. Note that at the time

these recordings were made, several instances of accessibility glitches needed to be pointed out, however with current operating systems, and the latest

versions of the Zoom conferencing software, most bugs have been resolved. In addition, Zoom has kept the labeling of commands and options, as well as their

keyboard conventions consistent, meaning that none of the substance has altered from the time these recordings were produced. We believe this will be a

useful resource, especially in this time of social distancing and greater adoption of teleconferencing. The book can be obtained free of charge from Jonathan Mosen's Website.

You can download the complete audio book (zip file) here


NVDA Zoom Enhancements

Elaboration on Zoom Accessibility Enhancements for NVDA

Here is a blog post from Web Friendly Help on these enhancements: