[Athen] Looking for Braille Discrete Math Book
dandrews at visi.com
Tue May 2 19:29:27 PDT 2017
Just so you know, most places that do Braille in the U.S. register
them in the Louis database, so if it isn't there, it most likely
isn't anywhere. Not absolutely, but a lot of Braille goes into that
database. It is so labor intensive, that most places do not want to
At 09:27 AM 5/1/2017, you wrote:
>I just looked. It does not appear that APH has that book.
>Thanks for the resource though.
>On 4/30/17, David Andrews <dandrews at visi.com> wrote:
> > Have you looked in the Louis database from APH www.aph.org
> > Dave
> > At 10:01 PM 4/30/2017, you wrote:
> >>I am going to take a Discrete Math class in the Summer, and I am
> >>looking to see if my book for the class has already been brailled.
> >>Does anyone know or have suggestions where I might find the book:
> >>Mathematical Reasoning: Writing and Proof
> >>by Ted Sundstrom
> >>It is a free book that can be downloaded from:
> >>I have already done a lot of testing with the book with Jaws and NVDA,
> >>and I don't think that I will be able to get through the whole quarter
> >>with the accessibility that I have to work with.
> >>TJ Breitenfeldt
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