[macvoiceover] VoiceOver and other training

  • From: Greg Kearney <gkearney@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: General discussions on all topics relating to the use of Mac OS X by the blind <discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, macvoiceover <macvoiceover@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, acb-l@xxxxxxx, ataylor@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2007 11:41:38 -0600

I am discussing with some people at Curtin University in Perth the possibility of developing training methods, systems and teachers for Macintosh VoiceOver, NVDA for windows and Orca for Linux as well as other access technology.

One of the ideas would be to offer training not only in the basics of system use but how to operate standard programs such as web browsers, mail and word processors as well. The goal being to have a set of training guides as well as trained people for various programs. Each of these following some sort of standard format.

To that end I would like to collect any thought you might have as to these issues, how this might be presented. Thing to do or not to do and so on. I welcome your comments you can post the to lists to be discussed but please send them to me directly as well.

Thank you.

Greg Kearney
535 S. Jackson St.
Casper, Wyoming 82601

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