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DeRosa, Melody

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Registered: 12/3/04
RE: Visually Impaired Students that need help using graphing calc
ulators

Posted: Mar 17, 2002 12:59 AM
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Dear Pat,
I have 3 suggestions for you to help visually impaired students- please pass
this info on
1) You can get a TI-83+ VSC with an overhead panel that you can put on a
light box. This will make the image significantly larger.
2) You can attach a TI-83+ VSC to a presenter and connect to a TV monitor or
other device with a video output to enlarge the screen.
3) I have also just seen a device called the Calculator Optical Zoom Light
which attaches to all of TI's graphing units except the TI-92. It claims to
give a 1.5 magnification and comes with 2 built in lights to illuminate the
screen in a darker room. I saw it for sale at the T^3 conference in Calgary
through Calculators, Inc. 1-800-533-9921. I am sure there are other vendors,
but I am not sure - you can check with other vendors to see who else may
carry it.
I hope this information has been helpful.
Please let me know if there is anything else I can do.
Take good care,
Melody

Melody DeRosa
NY Educational Technology Consultant
Texas Instruments
Office (518) 435-1737
Cell (518) 461-0828
Fax (518) 435-9991
mailto://mderosa@ti.com
http://www.education.ti.com



-----Original Message-----
From: Pat Allan [mailto://pat_allan@kenton.k12.ny.us]
Sent: Thursday, March 07, 2002 2:45 PM
To: DeRosa, Melody
Subject: Visually Impaired




Hi,

You are correct....I typed the number incorrectly . It is the 83plus.

Thanks,
Pat





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