moderated Re: Thanks for my math lab suggestions and question about how to drag and drop in job assessment simulator called work day
Van Lant, Robin
I’ll be eager to hear others’ use cases for this drag and drop. I haven’t tried it. Where I run into drag and drop is in online learning module my employer requires. From what I understand, the courses are created using PowerPoint and interactive elements. The other day I was taking a course and had to drag terms to the appropriate definitions on the screen. Problem was, JAWS wasn’t even reading the texts. I’m guessing there were in little text boxes. I’m assuming I could have done some sort of OCR or full screen text recognition if I only needed to read the information, but then I would have lost any sense of where the items were on the screen to click and drag. When I was in the office, I would have a coworker just help me with this part, but now I am working from home and use the AIRA service. The agent will take a picture of my laptop screen via my phone camera that she or he can enlarge and read the text, then they will read the options to me and guide me in clicking and dragging via a mouse. If I weren’t behind a firewall, I could also use TeamViewer with AIRA to let them take control of my computer and do the dragging for me. I think AIRA has a job seekers offer that will give you a set amount of free access to the service.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Marlo Green
Sent: Thursday, February 3, 2022 3:53 AM
Subject: Thanks for my math lab suggestions and question about how to drag and dro in job assessment simulator called work day
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Thank you for all the suggestions concerning my math lab website! I have applied for a job also now and have been presented with a customer service simulator which asks me to drag and drop what I would most and least likely to do in a situation. Anyone have a work-around for dragging and dropping? I know there is one and I will do more research on the Freedom website also.
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