[nabs-l] copyediting symbols
ignasicambra at gmail.com
Mon Aug 16 23:31:04 UTC 2010
Here's what I would do. It should work for you as long as the instructor is willing to cooperate. I guess the idea here is to print symbols that have particular meanings, right? I'm sorry if I'm not understanding this correctly... What I would do is to agree with the instructor on an alternative set of symbols, which you can make with your computer. For example you could take each symbol and assign a letter to it. This way, you can just type the letters that correspond to each symbol, and as long as your instructor knows them, you should be able to do it.
Again, sorry if I'm not understanding this well..!
On Aug 16, 2010, at 5:21 PM, Kerri Kosten wrote:
> Hi Bryce:
> I'm a journalism major in college. I've never had this.
> Maybe you could use a reader or have someone read the test orally to
> you and maybe somehow you could tell them which symbol to mark?
> Hmm...may not work but just a thought...I have no idea!
> I want to be a sports reporter but I want to do online and multi-media
> not print...I thought most journalism is online now and I thought most
> stuff was done via the computer...
> Also, I would suggest subscribing and posting your message to the
> Blind Journalists list...maybe they would have some suggestions?
> Hope this helps some...and please keep us posted on what solution you
> come up with as I hope I don't run into this problem!
> On 8/16/10, Brice Smith <brice.smith319 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm taking a journalism class this semester, and one of the
>> requirements involves copyediting tests. According to the instructor
>> these are pencil editing tests using symbols that will be given out on
>> the first day of the class.
>> Has anyone used these before? I'm trying to figure out methods for
>> completing the work, and or If I need to come up with any adaptations
>> since this involves printed visual symbols.
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