Re: Citation managers that are accessible with JAWS
Alicia M. Starner <astarner@...>
Hi Chris,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I am a social work major hoping to help people with disabilities (not just
blindness) cope with their loss and learn skills that would make them
happier and live independently. I am not trying to get out of doing the
work, but the work load is so drastic right now with papers being tossed at
me from everywhere, and I thought that having a piece of software that will
help build the reference page would help me out. I worked on the reference
page of a paper for 3 1/2 hours the other night. That is why when this guy
told me about a citation manager, I was kind of excited, yet fearful,
because we all know about cool sounding software that is not very JAWS
friendly. Thanks anyway.
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Hi Alicia. What are you taking? just curious.
Anyway, I wish I had some useful info for you. A program that
automates the citing process would be handy. Hopefully someone else
will speak up here.
Maybe K1000, Openbook and the other OCR program manufacturers could
build a feature that generated most of the citation and
bibliographic info automatically.
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