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The Changing History of APH’s Annual Meeting

Photo shows the audience for the 1993 Keynote Address, held in the Brown Hotel in Louisville, KY.   Maybe you...

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Mantis and Chameleon Software Updates

1.2 Update for Mantis Q40 and Chameleon 20 This is a reminder to always keep your Mantis Q40 and Chameleon...

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APH Annual Meeting Presents Four Prestigious Awards

At our 153rd Annual Meeting, we presented four prestigious awards to leaders in the field of blindness and visual impairment....

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Math Accessibility Through History

I like numbers. I think the way they dance around and make different, almost mystical combinations is cool. (Hang with...

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Looking Forward: Our Braille Technology Roadmap

The future of braille technology at APH is bright and we’re so excited to get to share our plans with...

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LEGO® Braille Bricks On-Demand Learning Course

The Power of Learning Through Play More than a year ago, we partnered with the LEGO Foundation to provide LEGO®...

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Piney Woods Country Life School

For a small exhibit this fall I researched two Hall of Fame recipients, Dr. Laurence C. Jones and Martha Morrow...

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The Cleveland Guardians and the Helen Keller Archives

I was born in Indianapolis and have always been a Cleveland fan, just like my grandfather before me. I could...

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APH’s Road to Code

A thread of possibilities, including career opportunities in the ever-expanding computer science field, will unravel as students learn to code....

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