Blind Scientist Tools
Implementation of Protocols To Enable Doctoral Training in Physical and Computational Chemistry of a Blind Graduate Student

Most of the information displayed is drawn from this journal article, coauthored by myself, my postdoctoral coworker, the head of the Disabilities Office, one of my professors, and my graduate advisor. If you are blind or teaching a blind student, I hope you can use this encyclopedia of tools and techniques that got me through school to the place I am today. These informational cards will link you to informative notes with recommendations that span that scope of my blind academic experience, from working with access assistants, or “readers”, to choosing software and hardware.

What are the tools I use?
What do I use these tools for?
How can I advocate for the tools I need?