[blindkid] code changes

Steve Jacobson steve.jacobson at visi.com
Sun Dec 22 05:48:14 UTC 2013


Heidi,

I can give you a little information.  The plan is to move to something called Unified English Braille.  For those of us who read braille, it is pretty easy to read.  
Besides the fact that other English speaking countries are moving toward this system, it has some advantages over the existing system.  Some aspects of 
change will not be easy, though.  However, it should make it easier to get good braille translations from electronic texts, for one thing.  

The web site for BANA is

http://www.brailleauthority.org

and there are links about Unified English Braille or UEB there.

Best regards,

Steve Jacobson




On Sat, 21 Dec 2013 18:10:53 -0500 (EST), hpscheffer at aol.com wrote:

>Hi, has anyone heard of the braille code changes that are proposed and will happen in 2016? I like to get information about it, I understand it is the 
Braille Authority, and another question who is the Braille Authority and who made them an Authority? 
>I want to get educated about all of this, if any of you has info it would be a good place to start. I'm surprised this has not come up on the list. 


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