As promised, we’ve been working around the clock to make this year’s virtual conference in November as special as possible. The conference this year will be an entire week because we’re conducting one workshop at a time, rather than simultaneously. If you’re just hearing about the conference for the first time, you’ll want to check…

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The Summer 2020 BULLETIN: Vol. 56, No. 2 is now available for current NBA Members to download right from our website! Once you’re logged in, navigate to the “My Account” using the link at the very top of your screen. Then you’ll find a link to the Bulletin page. Both PDF and BRF files are…

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If you’re not already aware, our website features a technical support forum for braille transcribers and teachers of the visually impaired. Our Ask An Expert forum has been providing online support for over a decade! Many people are familiar with the forum, but we’ve been hearing lately that people didn’t realize there was a braille…

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For the month of September, we’ll be hosting three, 15-minute length webinars. The webinars last on average about fifteen minutes and are intended to touch on an area of instruction that allows an attendee to learn a new skill (or, update an old one) without needing to commit an extended amount of time during their…

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For someone that isn’t familiar with braille transcription, the process of learning how to get something transcribed into braille can be daunting. Here at the National Braille Association, we often get questions from the public about how to get something transcribed. Since we no longer have a transcribing or production facility at NBA, we often…

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Looking to start off the New Year learning a few new tricks? Our three webinars this January are sure to get you engaged and on track for 2018! Though only current NBA members have full access to the archive of recorded webinars, we invite anyone to join us at no cost as they happen live.…

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The National Braille Association is thankful for the countless men and women who have dedicated their lives to ensuring that individuals who are blind receive high quality braille. In 2011, we began to honor these individuals by presenting them with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Each year, one individual is selected to receive the NBA Lifetime Achievement Award. For 2017,…

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