[nobe-l] Using the BrailleNote to Write on a Projector

TaraPrakash taraprakash at gmail.com
Thu May 13 13:38:02 UTC 2010

Hello Harry.

If your classroom provides VGA connectivity, which classrooms mostly do, you
can directly connect Apex with the Visual display. I wonder if DBS can send
an assistive technology expert to examine the infrastructure in your
classroom. Theoretically Braillenote Apex can help you but it will depend on
how things stand in the classroom.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Harry Hogue" <harryhogue at yahoo.com>
To: <nobe-l at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Thursday, May 13, 2010 1:54 AM
Subject: [nobe-l] Using the BrailleNote to Write on a Projector

> Hello,
> I have recently spoken with my local DSB office about purchasing a
> BrailleNote to connect to a projector for when I wish to write things up
> on
> a projector, I have the Braille, the visual display, and then, of course,
> I
> can also type immediately in order to write students examples, write
> students' answers, and the like.  I recently completed a semester of
> teaching Spanish at my local university as an adjunct and am going back
> for
> my master's degree, but is what I have described here a realistic use for
> this device?  If it is not, I welcome any suggestions on other devices for
> the purpose.  I am also looking to be productive in the classroom, as I
> will
> be dealing with varying texts, etc. where Braille is crucial.
> Thank you all for your time.  I am new to this list.
> Harry Hogue
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