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Deanna Lambert smiles in a well-lit room where plants and a yellow sofa are visible behind her.

The Dot Experience Cast of Characters: Denna Lambert

Denna Lambert has always set her sights high. As the Inclusive Innovation Lead for Early Stage Innovation and Partnerships, in...

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Deanna Lambert smiles in a well-lit room where plants and a yellow sofa are visible behind her.

The Dot Experience Cast of Characters: Denna Lambert

Denna Lambert has always set her sights high. As the Inclusive Innovation Lead for Early Stage Innovation and Partnerships, in...

A student uses both hands to touch a tactile graphic of an apple displayed on the Monarch's multiline refreshable braille display.

Monarch Student Pilot Project Takes Flight

Earlier this year, APH focused on training more than 200 teachers across the country on the Monarch. They, in turn,...

A close up view of an abstract flower constructed with strips of paper and found objects, including buttons and yarn, sprouting from the center of the flower against a backdrop of soothing yellow, blue, and green watercolor paints.

An Artist’s InSight: An Interview with Tavish Gillian

Every year since 1992, blind and low vision artists across the globe send impressive artworks to the American Printing House...

Two hands use the Monarch's Perkins-style keyboard while a tactile graphic depicting a map of the United States is displayed on the Monarch’s multiline refreshable braille display.

Supplement Geography Lessons with the Monarch and TGIL

Understanding the world around you can be difficult when you cannot see it clearly. A tactile globe and atlas are...

A man speaks to a group seated at a conference room table, each with a Monarch multiline refreshable braille display and a small monitor in front of them. Behind the man is a large screen displaying a star, which is also appearing on the small monitors and as a tactile graphic on the Monarch.

Soaring Across the Globe: Teacher Trainings Take Monarch to Canada and the UK

Soaring across the globe, the Monarch renders braille and tactile graphics on the same surface, allowing students to have access...

A segment of an illustration on a Blind Roosevelt Graves album cover. The black and white line drawing features two men on a wooden porch playing guitars. One man has a mustache and is leaning back in his chair on the porch, and the other man is wearing a hat and seated on the steps of the porch. There is a filigree border on both sides of the illustration.

Blind Roosevelt Graves and the First Recorded Rock & Roll

Did you know that the first recorded rock n’ roll is attributed to a blind musician? The musical group, Blind...