[nabs-l] Study Methods and Tools
bookwormahb at earthlink.net
Sat Jul 23 04:02:50 UTC 2016
Are you taking notes on a braille notetaker? How do you take notes?
The methods you use to take the notes will impact the answers and strategies
I might have.
I use my braille notetaker primarily for notetaking. I also know print, but
have used braille for most reading tasks as its easier and not fatiguing.
From: Aimee Harwood via NABS-L
Sent: Friday, July 22, 2016 6:02 PM
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Cc: Aimee Harwood
Subject: Re: [nabs-l] Study Methods and Tools
Yes I think adding how to take notes to my question would be a wonderful
idea. I did not get a lot of this training or information growing up. I have
kinda been winging it. I was one of the first people in my area to be a part
of the inclusion program so I only went to a school for the blind for three
years. I think that a school for the blind might have been better at
teaching me the skills and also I might have remained a braille reader
throughout school. A year after I went to public school, I was transferred
from braille to large print. I know many braille readers who have been
lifelong braille readers who are very fast at reading and writing braille.
I use a braille display so I can keep up on what braille I know in hopes
that I will become faster.
When you guys talk about study and note-taking in your answer my previous
questions, please do include as much references to braille as you like.
Eagerly waiting to hear what you have to say,
Sent from my iPhone
> On Jul 22, 2016, at 5:18 PM, Aaron via NABS-L <nabs-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> I have been wondering this as well. I have been trying to find a good way
> to study and also take notes.
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