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AER 2018 Conference Submission Call for Proposals for AER 2018 Sep 21, 2017 Share, Teach & Inform: Be a Conference Presenter!  When: July 25-29, 2018 Where: Peppermill... more
Survey on The Use and Accessibility of Touch-Screen Devices Among Individuals with Visual Impairment Participants with Visual Impairments Needed for Survey on Smartphone and Tablet Usage! Sep 17, 2017 Individuals who are blind or who have low vision are invited to participate in a new, international... more
Color star Seeking Consumers to Review a New Color Identifier Sep 10, 2017 APH is seeking consumers to review a new color identifier! The Color-Star is CareTec's newest... more
BADIE logo Benefits of Audio Description in Education (BADIE) Contest Sep 10, 2017 Attention, TVIs!  Your students may be interested in entering this contest to tell about their... more
Blue ReadBooks! bag with contents displayed next to it Free Braille Books from NBP! Aug 30, 2017 Get the new school year off to a great start with these free braille books from National Braille... more
x over y Seeking Field Evaluators for Practice2Master Fractions Aug 28, 2017 Dear Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments: APH is seeking field evaluators for... more
Dual media student Seeking Participants for Short Study about Dual Media Learners Aug 16, 2017 My colleague Tina Herzberg and I are conducting a short study about dual media learners.  We want... more
Eclipse soundscapes Eclipse Soundscapes Aug 14, 2017 Eclipse Soundscapes is a project that delivers a multisensory experience of the 2017 solar eclipse... more
Solar eclipse Audio Description to Allow the Blind To “See” the Total Eclipse Aug 11, 2017 WASHINGTON, August 10, 2017 — The Audio Description Project, an initiative of the American Council... more
NBP Poetry contest Braille Poetry Contest Aug 04, 2017 National Braille Press has announced their first Poetry Contest! THEME: The Five Senses  ... more
Teacher providing individual instruction Share Your Comments about Education Jul 28, 2017 You may think that your opinion doesn't count, but in fact this is the time to send in comments you... more
Eclipse glasses Glasses for the Solar Eclipse Jul 25, 2017 As most of you know the solar eclipse is coming up on August 21, taking a path across the U.S.... more
Screenshot of AFB's press release Described TV and Accessible Higher Ed Materials Gaining Ground Jul 13, 2017 Two updates are worth noting this week for advocates of people with visual impairments. Described... more
A mother signs with her son Paths to Literacy Blogger Featured in Perkins Magazine Jul 10, 2017 Parent blogger Sandy Kenrick is featured in a recent issue of the Perkins Perspective magazine.  ... more
Braille School logo brailleSCHOOL Starts This Fall! Jun 28, 2017 brailleSCHOOL is an interactive, 10-week virtual program where parents will learn everything you... more
Embossed Rubik's Cube Embossed Rubik's Cube Available to Borrow for FREE! Jun 22, 2017 Schools and youth organizations can borrow special Rubik’s Touch Cubes with embossed designs and... more
ICEB logo Survey on Quotation Marks & Apostrophes in UEB Jun 14, 2017 The UEB Code Maintenance Committee is seeking opinions on a possible change to the representation... more
TSBVI Survey System Survey on Teaching Science to Students with Visual Impairments Jun 07, 2017 In order to develop a series of videos for the TSBVI (Texas School for the Blind and Visually... more
OSEP logo OSEP Addresses Special Education Eligibility for Students with Visual Impairments Jun 05, 2017 OSEP (The Office of Special Education Programs of the United States Department of Education) has... more
Cover of Tigers at Twilight New Braille Books from Seedlings! May 24, 2017 Seedlings Braille Books for Children announces three new all-braille books for independent readers... more
NIU logo Survey on COMS and Braille May 19, 2017 Dear Colleagues, William Mefford Penrod, Nora Griffin-Shirley, Kevin Hollinger, and Ximena Burgin... more
Seeing with your tongue Sensory Substitution: Seeing with Your Tongue May 12, 2017 An article in this week's New Yorker magazine called "Seeing with Your Tongue" by Nicola Twilley... more
Memor-i logo Create Your Own Electronic Game: Memor-i Studio May 06, 2017 Imagine if anyone could easily create educational electronic games. Imagine now that these were... more
US Supreme Court Building The Benefits of the New Supreme Court Decision for Students with IEPs May 01, 2017 You may have heard about the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in the recent Endrew F. v. Douglas... more
Iowa State logo Survey on Graph Comprehension for Students with Visual Impairments Apr 24, 2017 Attention teachers who have worked with and/or are working with high school students in mathematics... more
Winners of the 2016 Braille Writing Contest Canadian Braille Writing Contest 2017 Apr 15, 2017 CNIB and AltLit.ca are sponsoring a Braille Creative Writing Contest for students in Canada who are... more
Assistive Tech survey Survey for Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments and Multiple Disabilities Apr 04, 2017 Dear Colleagues,   I am a teacher of students with visual impairments, orientation and... more
Screenshot of online editor Touch & Hear Assistive Teaching System Prototype Mar 29, 2017 The Touch & Hear Assistive Teaching System (THATS)  hopes to be "the first free e-learning app... more
Two children using Project Turino Project Turino Physical Programming Language Mar 27, 2017 Microsoft is working to adapt a coding program for students ages 7 to 11 to include their peers... more
College board College Boards in UEB Mar 16, 2017 Beginning in August 2017, College Board tests will switch to Unified English Braille (UEB). This... more

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