[BlindMath] Graduate Level Statistics Books double checking if you checked Learning Ally

Martin, Vincent F vincent.martin at gatech.edu
Sun Apr 23 02:08:00 UTC 2017


Mary,
How is yor son enjoying UGA?
 

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Zach,

Have you checked Learning Ally's Book Catalog?  I know they have many math titles and they have a graduate level Math teacher from UGA that volunteers as a reader.  I have met him at the Learning Ally volunteer events.  My son is visually impaired and a student at UGA and Learning Ally has a Athens location.  Learning Ally had both his undergraduate Math books already recorded.  Before you went to so much trouble I wanted to double check that you had checked their catalog with the type of book you are looking for.
When I did a quick Statistics search on their database it showed 573 titles.
Here is the link to the search
https://www.learningally.org/Search/q/Statistics/?page=1&perpage=10&sortopti
on=Best%20Match&tab=abooks  I don't know if any are at the graduate level you want, but it's worth looking at before you get something converted if you have not already.  IF you have, sorry to distract you.  Learning Ally is on my mind as my son and I are speaking at the Volunteer event on Tuesday night in Athens and I just thought I would check what they have.  If you don't get any takers on the conversion you might want to call them and see if they would be willing to record something for you.

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Hello List,

 

Is there someone with Imfty software who would consider processing a graduate level statistics text book? My intent is to ask the PDF be returned in LaTeX. I will then hire visual assistants to go through the book and correct translation errors. 

 

If someone on this list is willing, to volunteer or perform this service for a fee, please contact me off-list.

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

 

Zachary Mason

M.S. Student

Animal and Dairy Sciences

Mississippi State University

 



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