Braille Literacy: A Functional Approach, by Diane P. Wormsley with contributions by Frances Mary D'Andrea, is a manual for teaching braille designed for use by teachers of individuals who are blind or have low vision and cognitive disabilities.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 05/93) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Braille translator accepts Braille input from a Perkins Brailler and translates it into English text. Attached to line printer that produces print for a sighted reader.
DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Accepts braille input from a Perkins brailler and translates it into English text. It is attached to a line printer which produces print that is readable by a sighted person.
DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Any standard text file can be translated to grade two braille. Translated text is saved on disk, which can be output to any braille device, including Cranmer Brailler and Versabraille.
Braille Paper is designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This is continuous feed braille paper with perforated detachable side panels for use in tractor-feed braille printers or embossers.
The Braille Paper is desiggned for use in one-sided or interpoint Braille applications. This paper can be used with most Braille embossers. A box contains approximately 1,000 sheets of sprocket-holed, fan-folded paper.
Braille Paper is braille paper designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The 100-sheet packages are available in medium, medium punched, heavy, and heavy punched. DIMENSIONS: Sheets are 8.5 x 11 inches.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 4/1997) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Braille Paper, models 04-02-10 to 04-02-17, is paper that is designed to be strong enough to with stand a braller or slate and stylus for individuals who are visually disabled.
The Braille Paper Pad, model 24-0108-1, is braille paper designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. Sheets have three punched holes to fit the Howe Press Small Loose-Leaf Pocket Notebook (see separate entry).
DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To Enable a teacher to mark errors in Braille text for correction. To mark errors in spelling, place a vertical in the space immediately before and immediately after the word to be corrected.