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An Inside Look at the TGIL

The Tactile Graphics Image Library (TGIL) is a free online resource that puts tactile graphics at your fingertips. Teachers, students,...

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Building Your Tactile Literacy Toolkit

Tactile literacy is one of the cornerstones of education. Students who build their tactile literacy skills will be more successful...

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Take the Challenge: How the Braille Challenge Promotes Literacy

In honor of Braille Literacy Month in January, we wanted to highlight a contest that encourages all students to show...

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Meet the APH Outreach Services Team

Our Outreach Services department is growing! We’re excited to offer more opportunities and support to families, educators, and professionals across...

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APH Behind the Scenes: Our Shipping Process

Packages come in and out of APH everyday. We sat down with Tim Bryant, Supervisor for Logistics and Warehousing, to...

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Brenda Stivers Joins APH as Customer Service Call Center Supervisor

APH is pleased to announce the hiring of Brenda Stivers as the new Customer Service Call Center Supervisor. Under the...

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Students and Teachers ‘Count’ on APH’s Accessible Math Materials

An Interview with Nabiha Mujahid, TVI and APH Scholar Math is a challenging subject to teach and learn. Those difficulties...

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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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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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Gifts for Everyone on Your List

The holidays will soon be here. Are you having trouble finding a perfect gift for a child or adult who...

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APH Hive Celebrates One Year

The APH Hive is far more than just a buzz of activity. It’s a place to grow professionally for FREE!...

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Cross the River into Fun with Reach & Match

Are you a teacher looking for activities your students with and without visual impairments can do together? If you want...

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Adapting Physical Education Classes to Meet Student Needs

How do you make physical education (PE) classes accessible for students who are blind and visually impaired? We spoke with...

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Meet APH Scholar Stacey Gibbins

APH is proud to recognize Stacey Gibbins, nominated by Ex Officio Trustee (EOT), Scott McCallum, as one of our 2021-2022...

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