[OSList] Supporting the blind at an open space event
michael at michaelherman.com
Sat Jan 19 10:19:16 PST 2013
one last thought on this, harold... IF it's a large enough event, or the
breakout space are scattered enough to make it a longer walk between main
room and farthest breakout spaces, or if folks would be backing and
forthing to sleep rooms in a hotel/dorm, THEN having all the topics
organized in short round one, round two, round three narrations, with
"issue this posted by person who in room whatever," you could make valid
case that the recording and posting of the wall would be of some service to
probably some interesting implications in all of this, for participating in
open space from a distance, too.
Michael Herman Associates
On Fri, Jan 18, 2013 at 11:12 PM, Harold Shinsato <harold at shinsato.com>wrote:
> Some friends in Missoula Montana are holding an open space event about
> digital accessibility March 9 this year.
> Looking over the records I found fewer posts about this than I expected. I
> saw posts about supporting 1 blind person, but they will have at least
> seven and I don't think they'll have enough volunteers to support one
> helper each. So they are thinking about some kind of ipad readers around
> the session postings.
> How has the community here provided accessibility to the blind, especially
> for the schedule wall?
> Thanks in Advance!
> Harold Shinsato
> harold at shinsato.com
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