[Athen] V.I. student in Vet Paramedic program

Karlen Communications info at karlencommunications.com
Mon Mar 21 14:45:59 PDT 2011

I actually saw something like this in the Skymall catalogue and thought that
it was a solid enough idea that there must be other models available. I get
the best adaptive technology ideas from that catalogue!

Video microscope: http://www.viewsolutionsinc.com/products/M-LCD.htm

Video microscopes: http://www.opticsplanet.net/digital-microscopes.html

LCD video microscope:

Other models:

And at the top of the line:

I know that these might be costly, but if the person is going into this
field, they will need their own equipment at some point.wouldn't they?

I didn't price these out.just wanted to show that they exist.

Cheers, Karen

From: athen-bounces at athenpro.org [mailto:athen-bounces at athenpro.org] On
Behalf Of Normajean.Brand
Sent: March-21-11 4:54 PM
Subject: [Athen] V.I. student in Vet Paramedic program

Oh Learned and Esteemed Athenites, I appeal to your vast collective

We have a student, legally/medically blind with very little vision, enrolled
in our veterinary paramedic program. This program includes a lot of lab
work, including using a microscope to identify various specimens, etc.
Although I've placed CCTVs in her classrooms for other work, I'm wondering
how to accommodate her for the work needed using a microscope!? Not even
sure how we would accommodate her when the course work gets to drawing
blood, etc.

We're open to suggestions.


Norma Jean

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Houston Community College-Northwest

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