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Have you wondered more about Braille and how it is produced? Learn about the use of this versatile system for reading and writing in our education, employment, entertainment, and other aspects of life. Join the National Federation of the Blind Center of Excellence in Nonvisual Accessibility on Tuesday, April 26, from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. Eastern time when they’ll cover the basics about Braille. Topics include:

  • Braille—how it works, how it is used
  • Steps for producing Braille documents
  • Introduction to BrailleBlaster, free Braille translation software

         … and more.

This accessibility boutique is great for teachers, parents of blind children, higher education professionals, librarians, and those who work with printed text that needs to be prepared for Braille production.

Take advantage of this free opportunity. Register for the Braille for Beginners boutique.

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