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Re: which webconference software is compatible with moodle andworks well with screenreader

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From: Zde┼łek Vopat
Date: Sep 24, 2012 2:14PM


unforutnately as I looked at their site th advertise maximum 25 seats. I
would need 100 or 100 plus seats.
Zdenek


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You could look at "Accessible Event" from Serotek. You can pay monthly, or
on an as-needed basis -- I think.

Dave



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Subject: [WebAIM] which webconference software is compatible with moodle and
works well with screenreader

Hello listers:

when I asked how to set up an elearning site you recommended moodle. I have
another question which webconferencing software would you recommend which is
compatible with moodle and can be used by a blind jaws user, where the blind
user would be the incharge of the conference, he would be the conference
moderator. The conference should accomodate at least 100 users in one room
and it should not be expensive either. For instance the
talkingcommunities.com with their $500 per month is too prohibitive.

Many thanks fory our advice.

Zdenek