[Athen] Fwd: Computer Programming Software (C++) with screen readers

James Bailey jbailey at uoregon.edu
Thu Nov 5 09:22:29 PST 2009

I am forwarding this on behalf of Karen Lott. If you have any advice for her please send it to her <Karen.Lott at usm.edu>.


James Bailey
Adaptive Technology Access Adviser, University of Oregon

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--- On Tue, 11/3/09, Karen Lott <Karen.Lott at usm.edu> wrote:

From: Karen Lott <Karen.Lott at usm.edu>
Subject: Computer Programming Software (C++) with screen readers
To: "james at jamesbailey.org" <james at jamesbailey.org>
Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Dear Mr. Bailey,

I have a student who will be taking a beginning computer
programming course in the Spring 2010 who uses JAWS and would like to know if an
Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is accessible with JAWS.  The computer
course uses C++ for the programming language.  Do you have contacts or
resources that I may use to research how JAWS interacts with this type of

Thank you for any help that you can give me.


Karen S. Lott

Technology Specialist
The University of Southern Mississippi
Office for Disability Accommodations
118 College Drive #8586
Hattiesburg, MS  39406

Karen.Lott at usm.edu
Tel: (601)266-5024 or (228) 214-3232;   Fax:   (601) 266-6035 
Individuals with hearing impairments can use Mississippi Relay Service at
1-800-582-2233 (TTY)

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