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Braille Proofreading Aid

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Braille Proofreading Aid

DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To Enable a teacher to mark errors in Braille text for correction. To mark errors in spelling, place a vertical in the space immediately before and immediately after the word to be corrected. If the error is the omission of a word or punctuation, place two staples, one after the other, in the space between words. Bracket incorrect punctuation with two staples. This technique can also be used when grading tests with single-letter or one-word answers. Incorrect an

Braille Sense Polaris

The Braille Sense Polaris is a notetaker designed for users who are blind, visual impaired, or have low vision disabilities. The device combines a key soft and braille literacy of a traditional note taker with the efficiency and power of a modern tablet. Additionally, the device supports Google Apps, making it easy to utilize Google services like Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides.

BrailleNote Apex BT 32 Braille Notetaker

BrailleNote Apex BT 32 Braille Notetaker is designed for people visual impaired and low vision maximize their digital communications. The Braille Apex has evolved to address the needs of students, professionals, and consumers. BrailleNote Apex assures that the user stay connected on the go, utilizing built-in options to access web pages, download e-mails, or retrieve files from a wireless or Ethernet network. Other features include:

BrailleNote Touch

The BrailleNote Touch is a notetaker designed for students and professionals who are blind, visual impaired or have low vision disabilities that require an intelligent device that combines a note taker with a modern smartphone or tablet. The BrailleNote Touch is a certified braille tablet providing Play Store access. It combines the benefits of KeySoft and braille literacy of a traditional note taker with the efficiency and power of a modern tablet. The BrailleNote Touch is driven by KeySoft, w

HIMS BrailleSense Polaris MINI

Parent Category: Tactile and Braille
 
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