[Athen] Resources for blind student taking piano class

Doug Hayman dhayman at uw.edu
Wed Aug 26 10:56:33 PDT 2015


This would be a good place to start:


On the windows end Sonar software with Caketalking scripts for JAWS would
be one way to go. The challenge with so much of the audio software is
graphic interfaces that attempt to replicate the layout of old-school audio

On Wed, Aug 26, 2015 at 10:51 AM, Maria Bohn <mbohn at bergen.edu> wrote:

> Good afternoon – are there any technology or other resources anyone can

> suggest for a blind student taking a piano class? The student does not read

> braille. We are looking for workarounds in how she might be able to read

> music or any apps or other types of suggestions. This is our first time

> with a student taking piano – she is also taking a music production class

> which requires the use of equipment so if anyone has experience with this

> any and all tips, ideas etc appreciated.



> Maria Bohn

> Senior Resource Accommodation Specialist

> Assistive Technology

> Office of Specialized Services

> Bergen Community College

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Doug Hayman <dhayman at u.washington.edu>
Senior Computer Specialist
DO-IT Program (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, Technology)
UW Technology Services
Box 354842
Seattle, WA 98195
(206) 221-4165
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