[nfb-talk] Braille Reading & Writing Instructor

David Andrews dandrews at visi.com
Sat May 2 02:23:35 UTC 2009

>From: egibson5 at gmu.edu [ mailto:egibson5 at gmu.edu]
>Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2009 11:52 AM
>To: Korey J Singleton
>Subject: Braille Reading & Writing Instructor
>Hi there, Korey!
>We (the VI Consortium faculty and the program itself) are DESPERATE 
>for a qualified Braille Reading & Writing instructor to either teach 
>this course this summer or to at least supervise an independent 
>study.  This course has been slated to run during the spring 
>semesters, but has had to be canceled twice (spring 2008 and spring 
>2009) for lack of an instructor.  I wonder if I might trouble you to 
>flip through your extensive rolodex and maybe give me a lead or 
>two?  This course is designed to be taught via distance ed. 
>technology/video conferencing, so the instructor doesn't even have 
>to be local.  It's now coming down to student's licenses being in 
>jeopardy if they don't get this last class in and I'm just at my wit's end.
>I've attached the syllabus here for your reference.  Please let me 
>know if you have any questions.  Also, please feel free to forward 
>this to anyone else you think might be able to offer assistance.  I 
>would be extremely grateful for your help.
>Thanks so much!!!
>Emily M. Gibson
>Special Education Outreach (SPED Cohort) Program Enrollments &
>Severe Disabilities and Visual Impairments Consortia Program Support
>TaskStream Administrator for the Special Education Program
>Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities
>George Mason University
>4400 University Drive, MS: 1F2
>Fairfax, VA
>(703) 993-3670 (x40170)
>(703) 993-3681 fax

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