Braille transcription and proofreading courses, National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS), Library of Congress administers a program of courses leading to certification in braille transcribing and proofreading
Unified English Braille Code: The largest project of the ICEB has been to develop a single Unified English Braille Code (UEB or UEBC) for both literary and technical purposes throughout the English-speaking world. See UEB Project Information.
Tactile Graphics: This project is to coordinate research and write guidelines for the production of tactile graphics and related teaching methods. See Tactile Graphics Project Information.
Publications of Susan J. Lederman Ph.D. in tactile psychophysics and haptic perception. The Touch Laboratory, a member of the Robotics and Perception Lab at Queen's University in Kingston Ontario is directed by Dr. Susan Lederman.
Become A Braille Transcriber: National Braille Press has a 27-week training program which will prepare students for certification in Unified English Braille (UEB) transcription from the Library of Congress.
Music Braille Code: BANA is pleased to announce the publication of the new Music Braille Code, 2015. This completely revised publication is available for free download in two electronic versions: PDF and BRF. Hardcopy versions will also be produced and sold by the American Printing House for the Blind.
Tack-Tiles Braille Systems are interchangeable with standard international toy building blocks. They provide a unique bridge, a smoother, shorter, more interesting path to Braille literacy.
Braille Plus Transcription Service a leading provider of Braille transcription and embossing, large print documents, audio services, voice synthesis, and more serving the blind and disabled community and those who work with and/or serve them.
Braille Jymico: production of graphics using raised contours and the first Canadian enterprise to produce musical texts in braille.
Clovernook's Braille Printing House is recognized as one of the largest volume producers of Braille in North America. The Printing House annually produces more than 40 million pages.
Midwestern Braille Volunteers Organization Web Site, St. Louis, MO Midwestern Braille Volunteers have been producing Braille material since 1963. We were originally formed as a service organization to produce Braille documents for the Catholic Church. As demand for other Braille materials grew, we formed a stand-alone non-profit organization serving schools and businesses with all kinds of Braille material in addition to our work for the church.