The importance of Braille literacy to blind people cannot be overstated. In this video, various people share what Braille means to them.
In this exciting new video, the history and power of Braille is explored with commentary from successful Braille readers.
Mountbatten Brailler: Simple Brailling Into Memory. 8 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay.
Mountbatten Brailler: Using a Keyboard. 9 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay.
Mountbatten Brailler: Introducing Contractions in Groups Using the Pattern Series. 10 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay.
Mountbatten Brailler: Printing. 11 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay.
Making The Mountbatten Brailler Easy For A Classroom Teacher. 12 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay
How to Connect a Mountbatten Brailler to a Computer. 13 of 14 Training Modules by Steve Barclay
Future Reflections article filled with helpful tips on teaching Braille reading skills to students by expert, Dr. Sally Mangold.
The American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) created the Braille Bug® web site to teach sighted children about braille, and to encourage literacy among all children.
This is an article I wrote for the NFB of Oklahoma Newsletter. It is a personal account of my experience with Braille and demonstrates the need for appropriate Braille instruction for the blind and particularly for all blind children.
From BlindAccessJournal.com - In this approximately 26-minute podcast, Allison Hilliker and Darrell Shandrow are honored to speak with Judy Dixon, Consumer Relations Officer with the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, all about the upcoming release of the agency’s BARD Mobile app for reading Braille and digital talking books on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.