[Irl-dean] RE: Irl-dean digest, Vol 1 #340 - 4 msgs

Rahim Nazarali rnazarali at crc.ie
Tue Oct 3 09:25:18 IST 2006

Hi all would anyone out there have any information on how a visually impaired person would access very complicated graphs, A  friend is doing a business degree and is taking economics as one of his subjects, some of the graphs are very complex, he is a JAWS user and is aware of the fact that he can tab through the fields to access the information, but would love to get a better picture and a  much better  way of retaining the information.  maybe a tactile read out or another tool might be suitable? Any feed back would be very much appreciated.

Rahim Nazarali
Employer Liaison Officer

Central Remedial Clinic
Vernon Avenue,
Dublin 3

+353 -86 6390652
rnazarali at crc.ie
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