[nabs-l] math textbook question
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Wed Jun 10 19:57:52 UTC 2009
I would suggest a reader, since it seems the only viable option. You might
talk to the disability services department at your school, and see if
they'll put the diagrams into some sort of tactile format for you.
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From: "Rachel Becker" <Rachel at BeckerConsultants.com>
To: <nabs-l at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 09, 2009 12:15 PM
Subject: [nabs-l] math textbook question
What do you do when you have to take a math class and can't find the
textbook in Braille? I searched the APH Louis database for the book but it's
not there. One source said that it will cost $6000 to get the chapters that
I need Brailled. The state agency suggested that I use a reader. Do you
think that using a reader would be a good solution for working with
diagrams? Do you have any sugestions for dealing with a situation like this?
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