I have received replies from several people involved with the SEE Project , so I will be updating the site soon. From what I gather the funding for the project is winding down which is a shame given the effect it must of had on visually impaired students.
I have found other resources for the visually impaired who are interested in astronomy and sciences in general, and I will be adding them soon.
One of my major goals is to develop this site in such a way that it will work with what ever software visually impaired people use to access the internet. I will need to do more research on that subject, but I am hoping that if anyone who is reading this blog has any ideas or suggestions, that they will contact me. I also need to develop this site to be compatable with text only browsers, so I could also use some advice with that aspect.
I have been thinking about what resources are needed for thost astronomers who are climatically challenged, and will be working on a list of remote viewing sites, astronomy software, radio astronomy, and other subjects that will be of interest to shut-in astronomers.
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