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APH Email Directory
APH product availability, services, product repair, and general questions about products and services for the blind.
Reviews and edits high stakes, standardized assessments for accessibility issues related to low vision and blindness.
Custom large print and braille textbooks.
Braille Textbooks: email@example.com
Large Print Textbooks: firstname.lastname@example.org
APH InSights Art
Annual art competition and exhibition for visually impaired and blind artists.
For questions and comments about APH Press books, or information about submitting a book proposal.
Braille Reader’s Digest
A program that offers free print/braille books for preschoolers who are blind and visually impaired.
Consumer communications and product engagement materials.
Braille, Tactile Graphics, Audio Recording, Enlarged Print.
Donations and Planned Giving
General inquiries about donations, planned giving, or major gifts.
Educational products ideas
Factory and Museum Tour Program
Information on booking a tour of the APH Factory and Museum.
Museum of the American Printing House for the Blind
National Instructional Materials Access Center (NIMAC)
NIMAC is a national repository of K-12 materials in the XML-based NIMAS format. These files are used by states and the organizations they designate (including APH) in the production of accessible formats such as braille, large print, digital text, and audio. Contact us if you have any questions about how to obtain a NIMAS file, or questions about working with this format.
Research & Development
Educational research and product development.
Questions about the Louis Database, the availability of books in accessible formats, or the APH File Repository and Accessible Media Producers (AMP) Database.
Tactile Graphic Image Library (TGIL)
The Tactile Graphic Image Library (TGIL) is a database of free, downloadable templates to aid in the creation of custom tactile graphics.
Computer technology, and general information about software and hardware accessibility.