[Blindmath] Blindmath Digest, Vol 106, Issue 1

derek riemer Derek.Riemer at Colorado.EDU
Fri May 1 14:13:08 UTC 2015


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On 5/1/2015 7:14 AM, Anita Campbell via Blindmath wrote:
> Today's Topics:
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>     1. My Math Lab and Online College Courses (Lanie Molinar)
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> Hello,
> I am a TBVI teaching high school math at a school for the blind. I am
> trying to prepare my students for college math. I am also interested in
> tactile graphics at a college level math course. I also would like more
> information on "The Math Lab"
> Thank you for any help to prepare my students that are braille reader
> for college level math.
> Anita Campbell
> Teacher for the Blind/Visually Impaired
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> Date: Fri, 01 May 2015 00:25:13 -0500
> From: Lanie Molinar <readtobuild at gmail.com>
> To: blindmath at nfbnet.org
> Subject: [Blindmath] My Math Lab and Online College Courses
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> Hi. I haven't participated here very much, but I've been a member for a
> few years. I'm taking college courses right now and just started College
> Mathematics. The university I attend does accelerated courses that only
> last 5 weeks and you take one at a time, so I'm trying to get any
> technology I might need as soon as possible. Has anyone ever used My
> Math Lab? If so, how well did it work for you and did you do anything
> special to make it work? Has anyone ever taken math classes online? If
> so, do you have any tips for me, like how to handle diagrams, or
> anything else you think I should know? Thanks.
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    Derek Riemer

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