[community] using sound and music to make visual accessible

talilief at gmail.com talilief at gmail.com
Tue Jul 27 23:34:51 UTC 2021

Hi Yvonne, 
In addition to the resources Brandon mentions, Emily Moore, Brianna Tomlinson and Bruce Walker put together a MOOC, Sound and Sonification for Learning, that is delivered through Coursera


Depending on what you are looking for, you might find the course helpful.

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> On Jul 27, 2021, at 15:00, Laura Yvonne Bulk <laurabulk at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am pondering a project to make diagrams that use music and sound to
> communicate information to enhance learning.
> I recall that some things have gone on in the community around these kinds
> of things! (i remember specifically the charts/graphs using sound, but I'm
> sure there is more).
> Would be glad to connect and see where things are at with this work in the
> community, and maybe be able to share an example with the team I'm part of.
> Merci!
> Laura Yvonne Bulk, PhD, OT (Reg. BC), BSW
> Accessibility Advisor, Centre for Accessibility
> Clinical Assistant Professor, Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy
> Faculty of Medicine | The University of British Columbia
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