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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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Tips for Classroom Accommodations

by Jeff Schwartz and Leslie Weilbacher, APH Outreach Specialists The end of the school year is quickly approaching, and for...

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Eat All the Colors of the Rainbow with MyPlate

We all know it’s important to eat healthily, but we also know following through can be tricky, especially when there...

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Wayne Price Joins APH Team as Vice President of Production and Logistics

APH continues to find the right people to assist in removing barriers to education and employment, ensuring the future does,...

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APH Behind the Scenes: The Talking Book Studio

Have you ever wondered how talking books are produced for people who are blind and have low vision? We spoke...

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Establishing a New Braille File Standard with the eBRF

Imagine reading an interesting article or editing a hefty document with no way to navigate by page or heading, only...

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​Congratulations to the 2022 APH Scholars

Since 2003, Ex Officio Trustees (EOT’s) throughout the United States are asked to nominate someone whom they feel provides outstanding...

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Making a Difference with the National Prison Braille Network

Did you know that many braille textbooks for students K-12 are produced in prisons across the United States? Since 2002,...

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Introducing APH ABIDE

What is APH ABIDE? Accessibility. Belonging. Inclusion. Diversity. Equity. These are the tenets that guide the work we do at...

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What Does Health Education Mean to You?

Remember your health education classes in middle and high school? For many of us, they evoked a combination of curiosity...

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2022 National Coding Symposium for Students

The free 2022 National Coding Symposium is back for the second year of coding fun and information! Our goal is...

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An Artist’s InSight: An Interview with Amanda Stephens

Art is a form of self-expression that helps everyone showcase their interpretation of the world. We spoke with APH InSights...

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Reimagining The Caterpillar Book

APH is on a mission to modernize the storybooks in our On the Way to Literacy (OTWL) series, which was...

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