[Blindmath] Reading, Doing and Writing math for a newcomer
firojjee at gmail.com
Thu Jun 4 08:21:53 CDT 2009
i am on the list for a while
but now i am giving my intro.
my name is firoz pathan
i am teaching chemistry at junior college level
still i am depending only on cassets but soon i want to learn infty editor
i was partial blind initially but now i am totally blind
hope to learn so many thing from such informative group
m.sc. and m.ed.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Philip So" <pcs2001 at caa.columbia.edu>
To: <blindmath at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 04, 2009 7:40 AM
Subject: [Blindmath] Reading, Doing and Writing math for a newcomer
> Hello All,
> My name is Philip. I am rather new to this and would appreciate it
> very much if you could advise me on how to make math texts accessible
> by ear, do math and write math with the computer. I began using JAWS
> and reading very simple Braille 2 months ago. Previously for many
> years, I was able to read large print and had been using Zoom-Text.
> My Bachelor's degree is in Economics, and I don't want my most recent
> vision loss to stop my plan to pursue a graduate degree in a
> quantitative-leaning social science field in the near future.
> I have come across names like Infty Reader, Abby Fine, Chatty Infty,
> WinTriangle, Daisy, Math Daisy, etc. and would especially appreciate
> if you could share with me how all these work together to do the 3
> tasks: read math texts, math equations and tables by ear, do math, and
> write math.
> Thank you very much for your very kind help.
> Best regards,
> Email: pcs2001 at caa.columbia.edu
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