[Athen] question re: non-dominant hand injury and doing math for economics- notetaking, exams and practice worksheets

Linda Petty linda.petty at utoronto.ca
Wed Jul 22 07:35:50 PDT 2015

Any short term fix options for a student with nerve damage in dominant hand? He found scribing very difficult. This is economics, so MathType is not so feasible, as it is more geared to Algebra, geometry, calculus etc.
I think, as it is nerve damage, that there may be a long term need for MathTalk- can anyone offer some experience on how long it takes/how many hours of training are needed, to become proficient with MathTalk?


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