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I think UMass Boston has a graduate program for professionals who wish to go into education for blind students.  Perkins School for the Blind is in Watertown,MA. I have to think some good resources would be there. Perhaps professionals at those institutions would have the expertise and would have very specific tips, concrete tips.
 
 
Laurie
 
 
Laurie L. Hazard, Ed.D.
Director of the Academic Center for Excellence and Writing Center
Curriculum Coordinator, Foundations for Learning
Adjunct Faculty, Applied Psychology
Bryant University
 
401-232-6746
 
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From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals on behalf of Huettl, Angela
Sent: Tue 1/13/2009 3:13 PM
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Subject: working with blind students in basic writing



Does anybody have recommendations for resources that discuss how to best work with blind students in basic writing courses? My biggest concern is his resistance to doing his own typing. He has dictated papers to his scribe in other classes, but this approach does not fit with the process writing approach on our campus. I need a bit of background and research on working with blind students in writing courses. Anybody have any suggestions?

Thanks in advance for your help,

Angela Huettl
Indiana University South Bend

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