- From: Neil Soiffer <soiffer@alum.mit.edu>
- Date: Tue, 6 Jul 2021 15:18:03 -0700
- To: "Noble, Stephen" <steve.noble@pearson.com>
- Cc: Louis Maher <ljmaher03@outlook.com>, Murray Sargent <murrays@exchange.microsoft.com>, "www-math@w3.org" <www-math@w3.org>
- Message-ID: <CAESRWkBOBXM456w0JUOEoa7U+L0FE_rBV6RKdAmgf=WiJcXHEQ@mail.gmail.com>

Thanks Steve. I've written to Susan to ask her about that in particular and semantics in Nemeth (and elsewhere) in general. Thanks for the reminder to consult with her as she knows MUCH more than all of us combined. Neil On Tue, Jul 6, 2021 at 2:09 PM Noble, Stephen <steve.noble@pearson.com> wrote: > Hey Neil, > > I believe Susan Osterhaus (osterhauss@tsbvi.edu) is the author of a good > deal of the Pearson Nemeth tutorial content. So you could always reach out > to her with specific questions. If anything she wrote is wrong, then I am > sure she would want to know so it can be corrected. On the other hand, if > the statement is correct, then she can explain why this is the case. > > --Steve > > > > > Steve Noble > Instructional Designer, Accessibility > Psychometrics & Testing Services > > *Pearson* > > 502 969 3088 > steve.noble@pearson.com > > > > ------------------------------ > *From:* Neil Soiffer <soiffer@alum.mit.edu> > *Sent:* Tuesday, July 6, 2021 2:55 PM > *To:* Louis Maher <ljmaher03@outlook.com> > *Cc:* Murray Sargent <murrays@exchange.microsoft.com>; www-math@w3.org < > www-math@w3.org> > *Subject:* Re: [EXTERNAL] Some braille references > > In the pearson symbol site, it says this about integrals > <https://accessibility.pearson.com/resources/nemeth-curriculum/nemeth-symbol-library/index.php#IndefiniteIntegral> > : > > The integral, or indefinite integral, starts with the integral sign (dots > 2-3-4-6). Then it is followed by the function and ends with dx. > > > I'm dubious about this statement -- what happens when the 'dx' is in the > numerator? I looked in the green book, and in the section about integrals, > it only has examples where the 'dx' is at the end (also true for the APH > tutorial). Does anyone who knows Nemeth well know the answer? > > Another practical bit I liked from that talk was a short description of > "common issues in Nemeth code transcriptions" from a practitioner writing > such materials > > > Interesting to see that she highlights the parts that I called out in my > original email (makes me feel like I know more than I do :-) > > Neil > >

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