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If the materials are faculty-produced course and lecture notes, faculty
can make electronic files available by posting on a web site, sending an
email, or burning a CD. Then the students can choose among several
methods: they can print or display the documents on screen with a large
font or use a text-to-speech reader such as ReadPlease, TextHelp,
TextAloud, etc.

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From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Daniele Procida
Sent: Wednesday, January 03, 2007 8:37 AM
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Subject: Printing for the visually-impaired

Are there any good general guidlines for the issuing of printed
materials (say, course or lecture notes) to students with visual
impairments? I'm thinking about the kind of thing that a lecturer might
make a few copies of to distribute on an ad-hoc basis, rather than
expertly and expensively-produced brochures.

What about materials in Braille for blind students? Is there any easy
way to get Braille versions of documents produced from a typical user's
desktop computer?

Thanks,

Daniele

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