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Tag Archives: portability
By Sarah Cranston Contributing Writer For years, blind students have had several ways of reading electronic textbooks. Many scan their books and read them using a computer. Others use notetakers and read them in Braille. Still others read books using … Continue reading
By Karen Keninger Contributing Writer I’ve been using a BrailleNote-based GPS system from Sendero for the past several years, and I love it–mostly. I find myself using it in three distinct ways: navigating in the car, planning routes in unfamiliar … Continue reading