Mind mapping for the blind

Jan 22nd, 2011 | By | Category: Education, Mindmapping software, one

There is a project, started by Roy Grubb of WikIT, to help a blind student whose course means he must mind map.  That seems a little inflexible of the educators involved, but there it is.

Can anyone help?


I did some searching and came up with this image:

… from this page: http://www.oriko.com/#industrie&006planb Unfortunately it’s a research project, otherwise it looks like a step in the right direction.

There’s more about this search to help the blind student on the mind map wiki page set up about this.  Please take a look . . .

Vic

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One Comment to “Mind mapping for the blind”

  1. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by TheMindMapWatch, Vic Gee. Vic Gee said: New post: Ideas in the quest to find help for a blind student to mind map http://tinyurl.com/48ydp9k (b4 you ask: his course requires it) [...]

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