[nobe-l] Google Classroom
chopper992 at gmail.com
Fri Sep 19 05:07:55 UTC 2014
I've been "Chopper" for almost 40 years now. If that's not "real," you have
artificially limited your definition of that word. :)
-- Chopper Johnson
Edgar "Chopper" Johnson
epjohnso at g.cofc.edu <epjohnso at edisto.cofc.edu>
chopper992 at gmail.com
On Fri, Sep 19, 2014 at 1:03 AM, Danielle Antoine <singingmywayin at gmail.com>
> No offense. Dude is that your real name?
> On 9/18/14, Chopper Johnson via nobe-l <nobe-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> > Craig:
> > I have not used Classroom yet (I'm not teaching this year, because I went
> > straight into a masters program), but Google made its big announcement
> > about accessibility on Docs last week. It's basically what we heard at
> > Convention, but to see it come out on the official Google blog with the
> > things they have been promising was good to see.
> > When Riccobono spoke at the South Carolina state convention, he told the
> > students to be aware that Google has done good work recently, but they
> > a long way to go from a very poor starting point. So, take the system and
> > bang on it this semester. If anything does not work the way it should, do
> > not hesitate to email Google's design teams. They have made a commitment
> > getting better, and so far, they are following through. It's our job to
> > allow them to let up.
> > I included the link to the blog post about the accessibility updates
> > for anyone who has not read it.
> > I hope your student teaching is going well. Mine was a blast.
> > -- Chopper Johnson
> > ------------------------------------
> > Edgar "Chopper" Johnson
> > epjohnso at g.cofc.edu <epjohnso at edisto.cofc.edu>
> > chopper992 at gmail.com
> > (843) 817-5321
> > On Fri, Sep 19, 2014 at 12:08 AM, Craig Cooper via nobe-l
> > <nobe-l at nfbnet.org
> >> wrote:
> >> Greetings,
> >> The school, where I am doing student teaching is using a new program
> >> called Google Classroom. It looks promising, as students submit their
> >> assignments electronically, eliminating handwritten papers, and
> >> allowing teachers to assess student work online.
> >> Has anybody worked with this program? I have found it to be
> >> moderately accessible with Window-Eyes, using Firefox. If anybody has
> >> had success, accessing this program, would you please share your
> >> suggestions?
> >> Thank you very much.
> >> Craig Cooper
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