The guiding purposes of National Braille Press are to promote the literacy of blind children through braille and to provide access to information that empowers blind people to actively engage in work, family, and community affairs.
Ready for Spring? Watch this video featuring WBZ-TV anchor Lisa Hughes as she talks about The Blindfold Challenge, a 5K run in collaboration with the B.A.A. during Boston Marathon weekend. NBP is recruiting runners now!
Celebrate National Poetry Month - April - with critically-acclaimed poet and kids' book author Mary Ann Hoberman's A House is a House for Me - a National Book Award winner!
This month also marks an important moment in the Club's history: It's the first Book Club selection to be transcribed in Unified English Braille code (UEB).
Getting Started with the iPhone and iOS 8: Step-by-Step Instructions for Blind Users is the new edition of author Anna Dresner's soup-to-nuts, step-by-step tutorial for beginners, containing everything you need to know to get started using the iPhone and the iOS 8 operating system. Read the Table of Contents here.
Congratulations to TechBridge World research group at Carnegie Mellon University for their state-of-the-art invention, "Braille Tutor Project." This automated tutor software with audio feedback will help students learn to write braille. Honorable Mention goes to Rahul Namdev for the intuitive STEM Access System. Read more about the Touch of Genius winners and Awards Ceremony.
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