[Blindmath] Doing Calculus Exam
Tim in 't Veld
tim at dvlop.nl
Thu Apr 12 01:45:37 CDT 2012
In my university (Utrecht university, Netherlands) all professors
produce their exams in lateX, so I can just take the standard exams (as
long as no images are involved) and do them on my computer. However, if
you don´t have a braille display I don´t see how you could do university
level mathematics on a computer.
What is your field of study and in which university are you enrolled?
How do you ordinarily do your mathematical assignments? How do your
professors produce exams?
In Europe and the United States universities would be required (usually
by law) to provide you with the exam in a format that is accessible for
you but I get the impression you are from somewhere in Asia where
resources and legal protection may be more limited.
On 4/12/2012 8:19 AM, Duong Tuan Nam wrote:
> Hello all,
> I need to ask my teacher to organize the calculus and physics exam for me.
> My university doesn't have Braille meterials as well as the accessible tool for the blind.
> Could anyone tell me how did you do the exam?
> Fews days ago, I thought I may do on computer, use test editor. But I try it and I feel difficult because I can't move the cursor as fast as my fingers
> on Braille. And it's slower to catch all things on the computer than Braille paper.
> For example, if I need to find 4 variation A, B, C, D of a group of 4 equations.
> Could anyone give me some advice and tell me your experience?
> I much appreciate your help.
> Thank you in advance,
> Duong Tuan Nam
> Email: tuannamduong at gmail.com
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> Skype Name: duongtuannam1992
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