Raised Line Drawing
Raised Line Drawings can be created in many ways, from using craft materials to using special technology and machinery. The key to raised line drawings is simplifying the tactile representation so that the student can make sense of what they touch. Faculty can contact the Services for Students with Disabilities office for assistance in creating raised line drawings.
Related Functional Characteristics
Visual Tracking Problem : Raised line drawings can allow a student with visual tracking problems to better comprehend diagrams.
Low Vision : Raised Line Drawings allow students to more effectively process visual diagrams tactically.
Blindness : Raised Line Drawings allow students to learn from tactile representations of visual diagrams.
Processing Deficit (Visual) : Raised line drawings can allow a student with visual processing deficits to better understand complex diagrams.
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