Re: Seeking JAWS Documentation to Help Sighted Instructor Learn

  • From: "Bob W" <rwiley45@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2011 13:12:28 -0500

Excellent advice. As a trainer, I would turn off the monitor and unplug the 
mouse for sighted users.

The jaws help system is an excellent place to find all things jaws.

Bob

A learning experience is one of those things that says, 'You know that thing 
you just did? Don't do that.' Douglas Adams  

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: White Samuel L 
  To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Monday, March 14, 2011 12:58 PM
  Subject: RE: Seeking JAWS Documentation to Help Sighted Instructor Learn


  I do have one suggestion.  Show the instructor how to use JAWs help and then 
have them turn off their monitor.  I really learned JAWS when the monitor was 
useless to me. 


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  From: jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of 
Ray Campbell
  Sent: Monday, March 14, 2011 11:59 AM
  To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  Subject: Seeking JAWS Documentation to Help Sighted Instructor Learn


  Hello:

   

  Our Seniors Program Manager, who is new to the Chicago Lighthouse and 
sighted,  wants to be able to learn enough about JAWS so she can teach at least 
the basics of how to use it to go on the internet, get e-mail, and use 
Microsoft Word.  What documentation would people recommend she study to learn 
JAWS, especially the keyboard commands?  I’ve shown her how to use insert-1 to 
toggle on and off keyboard help, and how to use insert-W in any program to get 
a list of keyboard shortcuts.  Any other ideas or documentation suggestions?

   

  Thanks,

   

   

  Ray Campbell, Instructor, Seniors Program

  Chicago Lighthouse for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired

  312.666.1331 Ext. 3083

  ray.campbell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  www.chicagolighthouse.org

   

   

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