[Athen] Pearson Accessibility team requesting brainstorming
burke at ucla.edu
Mon Jun 28 05:37:40 PDT 2021
If it's not too late, I'm ready to join this discussion.
I don't know much, except we had a multi-volume braille economics textbook
in our office that someone must have needed for a class in 1997. But no
blind student ever took that class again. So eventually I used the empty
parts of pages to transcribe meeting notes. But those graphs were very
cool... So I think I know what info we want from the end-product, whether
audio or tactile....
Good luck making it through the heatwave!
On Mon, Jun 21, 2021 at 4:33 PM Hadi Rangin <hadir at uw.edu> wrote:
> Hello my accessibility friends,
> My friend and the new accessibility support specialist, Jean Ducrot would
> like to have a brainstorming session with a few experts in the
> accessibility field to discuss potential accessibility solutions with mand
> and economy content in particular some specific graphs types. PMs from math
> and economy will be part of the conversation.
> This is an opportunity to work with Pearson team directly to address some
> of the long and outstanding accessibility issues with such content. Note
> that it an opportunity to shape and drive the accessibility solutions of
> such content.
> If you are interested, please let me know. The goal is to meet some time
> in the week of June 28th.
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