Re: JAWS With Blackboard
I have found that whether JAWS works well or not depends on the individual inputting the information. I had one professor that designed his Blackboard so that all pictures/symbols were identified and it worked more like Moodle than Blackboard. I had another
professor that did nothing to make the site accessible. I don't use JAWS but I always like to see if a site will work with JAWS and since I took six or eight classes using JAWS and Blackboard, I got a good chance to see what works. I should says that the
professor that designed the accessible Blackboard taught classes for occupational therapist, special education teachers, etc.
From: James Homuth <james@...>
Sent: Wednesday, December 30, 2015 12:49 AM
Subject: Re: JAWS With Blackboard
Interesting. I haven't seen that on this end and I've had to edit things rather extensively. What JAWS version and web browser?
On Tue, Dec 29, 2015 at 07:47 pm, Kevin Hourigan wrote:
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