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Attention: Tiger Software Suite is Upgrading!

If you own a PixBlaster embosser, you are probably already familiar with Tiger Software Suite (TSS) since your embosser came...

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From the Archive: Reparative Description and the Power of Language

Note to the reader: this blog contains outdated historical terms for schools for the blind which are now deemed offensive....

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APH Outreach Attends Southeastern Deafblind Collaborative Conference

As APH’s Outreach Specialist for the Southeast, I attended and participated in the first Connections: Learning from Each Other Conference....

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LDQR Literacy Products for Young Learners

Get in touch with literacy through tactile books and games produced for APH by the French tactile book publisher, Les...

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A Birthday Gift With a History

When Helen Keller celebrated her fourteenth birthday at the home of Alexander Graham Bell on June 27, 1894, she received...

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Games to Support Braille Literacy

Learning braille can be fun for all students. Reinforce braille letter recognition and teach vocabulary words with the following games...

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Mantis and Chameleon Software Updates

2.0 Update for Mantis Q40 and Chameleon 20 This is a reminder to always keep your Mantis Q40 and Chameleon 20 braille displays up-to-date!...

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Louis Website Gets New Look, Improved Search

Did you know our Louis Database contains information on over 240 thousand accessible books available from over 75 agencies across...

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Meet the Staff: Guide Dogs of APH

Guide dogs are known to be mobility assistants, trusted confidantes, skilled navigators, and loving friends. We have several faithful companions...

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Meet APH Scholar Stacey Chambers

APH is proud to recognize Stacey Chambers, nominated by Ex Officio Trustee (EOT), Emily Coleman, as one of our 2022-2023...

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STEM Scholarship Opportunities for Students with Visual Impairments

There is an increasing demand for advanced technologies and for people who know how to make and use them. But...

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The Wacky World of Flexible Records

If you’re old enough to remember begging your mom to buy breakfast cereal so that you could get the phonograph...

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Take Action Today! 2022 GAAD Social Tips

Let’s take awareness into action for Global Accessibility Awareness Day. We’ve put together a list of tips for you to...

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Museum Events: May-July

Over the years, our Museum has offered some great Saturday events. Through our Bards & Storytellers program, we’ve hosted performances...

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From the Archive: Gender Discrimination in the Creation of the Chemistry Code

When I was working with a small collection from APH’s Editorial Department, I came across correspondence from the late 1960s...

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