[nobe-l] some questions
mdenning at cinci.rr.com
Mon Jan 26 18:48:52 UTC 2009
Yes, but I need a children's book in braille for a student. It is a book
the teacher is using in the classroom but is not a textbook.
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From: "Brian Oglesbee" <ugaoglesbee at yahoo.com>
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> another good resource for textbooks is RFB&D....Recording for the Blind &
> Dyslexic. They have their texts in both cd and download formats.
> Brian B. Oglesbee
> --- On Sun, 1/25/09, Marianne Denning <mdenning at cinci.rr.com> wrote:
>> From: Marianne Denning <mdenning at cinci.rr.com>
>> Subject: [nobe-l] some questions
>> To: "National Organization of Blind Educators Mailing List"
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>> Date: Sunday, January 25, 2009, 6:25 PM
>> Brandy, thanks for your response. I will ask 3 questions to
>> If you are working with a visually impaired student and
>> need to make a book in available how do you do this. I
>> usually check Bookshare and NLS. Sometimes I need to create
>> the book myself. I have Kurzweil but it isn't that
>> great with books with pictures. Any suggestions are
>> I may find employment as an itenerant TVI. How do you
>> handle transportation?
>> Will there be a meeting of this group at the national
>> Thanks for any assistance.
>> Marianne Denning
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