Create Digital, Accessible Learning Content

From tables to graphs to maps, create digital, accessible learning content with Vital that can be explored by students with visual impairments on tablets.

Existing Materials Transformed to Accessible Content

Our Software - Vital

At Vital, we believe that all students should be provided truly accessible learning content. Whether created for a student with a visual impairment, ADHD, autism or dyslexia, students can explore and learn through sensory channels that best fit their learning style. Students with visual impairments can explore the tablet through their sense of touch by feeling vibrations, much like exploring tactile graphics, and listen for audio cues and text-to-speech. Continue reading and learn how digital, accessible learning content can be created for your student with Vital.

Vital for Parents

Parents can access the innovative Vital software at home to work one-on-one with children on their tactile and learning skills for academic success. 

Vital for K-12

Learn how Vital can bridge the gap between digital content and tactile graphics to create an accessible and inclusive learning experience for K-12 students. 

Vital for Higher Ed

Learn how Vital can produce accessible instructional materials, providing appropriate accommodations for students both in-class and online. 


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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Numbers 1549009 and 1660242.


Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.