This month a lot of our webinars will be continuations from previous trainings. If you’re planning to attend any of these webinars, be sure to check out the videos of the previous webinars from that same series so you’ll be all caught up. You can find those in the Webinars Archive after signing in with your member account.
Nemeth Code for Math and Science
Superscripts and Subscripts, Part 2
Presenter: Lindy Walton, member, Nemeth Code for Math and Science Committee
Date: Thursday, February 4 at 2:00p ET
Description: A closer look at the rules regarding maintaining the level
in effect when superscripts and subscripts contain items that return the
reader to the baseline, such as spaces, multipurpose indicators, and
Presenter: Lynnette Tayler, member, Braille Formats/Textbook Committee
Date: Friday, February 5 at 1:00p ET
Description: Section 10 A discussion of charts and tables as they appear in exercises. There are few guidelines for tables in exercises so the webinar will show common sense solutions.
Keyboard Instruments, Part 4
Presenter: Kathleen Cantrell, chair, Music Braille Committee
Date: Monday, February 8 at 1:00p ET
Description: In this webinar we will continue to look at Section 29 and learn how to transcribe music printed on more than one staff for piano, organ, and other keyboard instruments.
Unified English Braille Literary
Web Addresses: Dividing Long Web Addresses, and the Continuation Indicator
Presenter: Amy Furman, vice chair, Unified English Braille – Literary Committee
Date: Wednesday, February 17 at 1:00p ET
Description: For Part 3, we will be looking at long web addresses, with numbers, and how to divide them to make them readable. There will be real-world examples that will illustrate how to divide, and how the UEB Rules can govern how we transcribe these addresses.