[NFBMO] Technology Seminar

Carol Coulter cjcoulter59 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 15 16:46:31 UTC 2018

Looks like a good list. I think if we send out registration forms we could
ask people to mark the 3 or 4 things they are most interested in and then
determine if somethings should have more than one session. It also depends
on how in depth, how complicated, and how one on one a particular
item/subject would be.

On Wed, Mar 14, 2018 at 8:11 PM, Gary Wunder via NFBMO <nfbmo at nfbnet.org>

> I am reminded that I was to send a query to this group about what you
> would like to see in a technology seminar were the Columbia chapter to put
> one on. What would you like to know more about? Here is a list that may
> start you thinking. It is not intended to be comprehensive--add whatever
> you wish.
> Screen enlargement software
> Screen reader support while using the web
> Writing documents in Microsoft Word
> Proofing documents
> Help with Microsoft Excel
> Help with Microsoft Outlook (sending and receiving messages, creating and
> updating an address book, creating folders and storing documents in them)
> Help with the BrailleNote Touch
> Help with the BrailleNote Apex
> Help with the BrailleSense
> Help with dictation software and the bride software that makes it
> friendlier with screen readers
> Help learning and using Skype
> Help using the iPhone
> Help using the iPad
> Help with IOS for the MAC
> Help with devices using the Android operating system
> Help with using a CCTV and learning what is available
> Help using document reading software (print to speech or Braille using
> optical character recognition)
> Help using the KNFB Reader
> Help using Microsoft Seeing AI
> Learning about Be My Eyes
> Learning about Be Specular
> Learning about Aira
> Lastly, how long should our seminar be? I am assuming we will hold
> concurrent sessions. Should some of them be offered more than once?
> Please send responses to
> gwunder at earthlink.net
> and use the subject line
> Technology Seminar Suggestions.
> Thank you.
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