[Blindmath] Way to keep mathematics and probability notes
sabra1023 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 20 16:12:35 UTC 2013
Just read your notes with a braille display, and if you can't find a symbol, just use words to describe it. Also, you can use a clipboard with the vinyl over it and a piece of paper on top of that to make tactile diagrams if you draw with a pen or stylus. You could make hardcopy notes with a Perkins or a Slayton stylus, or you could record notes, but I prefer to be able to read mine. Book share and learning Ally offer accessible math books. If you know ahead of time, you can fill out a school book request form with book share and they can try to add it to the collection. Just download the Daisey book and load the XML file into your browser. The other formats won't work as well. If you talk to your teacher, you might be able to use an alternate text or an earlier edition of the same text that is an accessible format. You will be reading all of your math and computer braille, but it translates easily into print without third-party software.
> On Oct 20, 2013, at 6:46 AM, "Giang" <hoanggiang1994 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Rejin,
> You should ask your lecturer for the lecture notes in latex.
> From: "Rejin Jose k." <m2rejin at gmail.com>
> Sent: Sunday, October 20, 2013 11:15 AM
> To: <blindmath at nfbnet.org>
> Subject: [Blindmath] Way to keep mathematics and probability notes
>> hello dear list members,
>> i'm an undergraduate student under Calicut university. I have
>> mathematics and probability theory as complimentary subjects.i'm using
>> jaws to read my scanned books. but in the case of these two subjects
>> I've no way to do this and i'm not able to keep notes for these
>> subjects. please help me in this regard.
>> With Warm Regards,
>> Rejin Jose
>> email:m2rejin at gmail.com
>> Have a Great Day......
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