[Athen] Seeing the black board

Alissa Shugats-Cummings acummings at niagaracc.suny.edu
Thu Jul 7 07:25:49 PDT 2016

If the student can see on an iPad or computer screen, you could have a camera with a live feed to an iPad or computer screen on the students' desks. We have also used a live feed from an Elmo to a laptop.

Alissa J. Shugats-Cummings, Ed.M.
Program Administrator, Student Development
Niagara County Community College ('95)
3111 Saunders Settlement Road, A-131
Sanborn, New York 14132
"Shall we make this the new rule of life...? Be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle." - James M. Barrie

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Subject: [Athen] Seeing the black board

We have 5 freshman students who have visual impairments and can not see the board in a regular classroom. The boards are all different. If we have a prof using a blackboard do you have any suggestions on how a student can see the board in a large and small classroom



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