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In a meeting room, people sit at long tables arranged in rows and covered in white tablecloths. Several of the people are examining the Monarch multiline braille displays in front of them.

From Dream to Reality: An Interview with Karen Anderson

Karen Anderson, Education Programs Coordinator at the National Federation for the Blind (NFB), says her first impression of the Monarch...

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In a meeting room, people sit at long tables arranged in rows and covered in white tablecloths. Several of the people are examining the Monarch multiline braille displays in front of them.

From Dream to Reality: An Interview with Karen Anderson

Karen Anderson, Education Programs Coordinator at the National Federation for the Blind (NFB), says her first impression of the Monarch...

A young boy with glasses and another young child play on a Reach & Match mat. Behind them, a faux brick building facade with the PNC Bank logo at the top, mimicking a sign, can be seen.

Connect the Dots Sets the Stage for The Dot Experience

Churchill Downs, Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Muhammad Ali Center, and many more are on a long list of attractions...

A student uses the Monarch's orange zoom out button while viewing a braille document. The top of a tactile graphic is visible at the bottom of the refreshable braille display. In the background a blue tactile solar system can be seen.

eBraille: Inception to Reality

A new file standard will soon be available for braille readers! Created by APH and partners around the world, eBraille...

A woman with long hair types on the Monarch at a desk in an office.

APH’s Jessica Minneci Discovers a Literary World on the Monarch

Jessica Minneci, APH’s Communications Associate, composes blogs during work and spends her nights drafting novels. One-line braille displays assist with...

A woman sits at a desk with her face illuminated by an unseen screen. She has a focused expression on her face.

Celebrating Global Accessibility Awareness Day with APH’s Danielle Burton

Celebrated annually on the third Thursday of May, Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) recognizes digital access and inclusion for those...

Four rows of smiling people, most sitting behind long tables each covered by a white tablecloth, and a few standing, hold their Monarch boxes up.

Soaring to New Heights: Monarch Teacher Trainings Spread Across North America

A new piece of access technology is soaring across the United States and will be coming soon to a classroom...