[Blindmath] New Member

Sabra Ewing sabra1023 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 20 01:40:31 UTC 2016

I have been through calculus. I would recommend that you research audio graphing. I don't know if it would work for you or if it only works for people who were born blind. There is a program called math tracks that does it. Both of the things you discussed our accessible, but unfortunately, publishers are using them, so it is still difficult to find material. You can use recorded books from Learning Ally. It would not be optimal, but material is difficult to find, especially for the higher-level courses.

Sabra Ewing

> On Nov 19, 2016, at 7:29 PM, Rick Thomas via Blindmath <blindmath at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hi:
> I am a new member to the list.
> I am 68 years old, male and interested in advanced math.
> I am blind, do some computer programming and currently live in Farmington
> Michigan.
> I am just starting to try to figure out how I am going to learn some math
> like linear algebra.
> I just read a little about mathMl and LaTex so am hoping these may offer
> some accessible way to either read internet books and tutorials or even
> e-books or something using jaws or WindowEyes.
> So, I am just saying hi for now unless you have some pointers I can research
> a little this week.
> Thanks for this list indeed!
> Rick USA
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