[BlindMath] Getting Precalc Notes

Anna Givens annajee82 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 15 17:05:52 UTC 2019

1. What town, state and school was this?

2. Do they have an ADA Coordinator?
(This is not staff in the Disability Resource office, it would be a different person.)

Thanks for reaching out and sharing this here. Please get back with these answers and hopfully others can share experience in terms of something that can read hand written math notes. I don’t know what there is, if anything. But human readers are also an option.

Sorry this happened to you. It’s too common.


> On Jul 15, 2019, at 12:47 PM, Elise Berkley via BlindMath <blindmath at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hello, everyone.
> About a year ago, I was taking precalculus. I had a notetaker that
> used the carbon copy paper (which was fine.) The problem was that my
> DSPS department had no one to retype them for me. My previous J.C.
> retyped them for me, but tthis school is smaller. And, they would not
> help me to get them retyped. They just handed me the notes on carbon
> copy paper and sent me on my way.
> So, I stopped going to school. Is there any suggestions for me getting
> these notes? Are there any math programs that scan hand-written math
> notes for my computer? OpenBook does not scan numbers very well.
> Thanks for the help. I really want to go back to schooland work on my
> associates degree. Have a good day.
> Elise Berkley
> P.S. I also talked to them about the ADA rules for us.
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