[Athen] Blindness access for math

Hong, Glenda E Glenda.E.Hong at lonestar.edu
Wed May 12 09:11:54 PDT 2010

I have a student that is trying to figure out how to continue his math studies using JAWS rather than reader/scribes. The math labs aren't accessible and he prefers auditory access to his work, so the reader/scribes are working currently but as the math classes get more advanced is there a way to use Dragon Naturally Speaking/Scientific Notebook/Math Talk to be able to work on his own. He has some Braille skills but does not know Nemeth and seldom uses Braille as his way of reading a book or gathering information. I would be interested to know how he could reasonably work when a reader/scribe is not available to work with him. Thank you for any help or advice you can offer. gh

Glenda Hong
Assistive Technology
2700 W. W. Thorne Drive
Houston, TX 77073-3499
Phone: (281) 618-5745
FAX: (281) 618-7107
Glenda.E.Hong at LoneStar.edu
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