Wireless Braille Embossers and BrailleNote Touch Notetaker
Imagine sending files from a variety of mobile devices to an embosser that will translate and print
Braille documents. Everyday devices such as your Smart phones, iPhones, iPads, Android tables, etc. Or, a Braille Notetaker that is built on an Android tablet.

On November 16th, 12pm to 2:30pm we invite you to look over these devices; help test some of these features; and get some "hands on" experience with them.

Teachers of the visually impaired, students with Braille experience and currently use Braille Notetakers or Braille displays, special education teachers, administrators, parents, and other support staff can attend. Please submit your invitation right away since this event will be limited to 30 people. Your confirmation after registering will be confirmed by email with additional instructions regarding directions and checking in with our security officer to get your ID badge.

It will be held at the Kansas State School for the Blind library, 1100 State Ave, Kansas City, Kansas 66102. For further information, contact Judy Imber 913-645-5324 or Aundrayah Shermer 913-209-0986.

Sign up by completing the form below to reserve a space.
Student using a BrailleNote Touch to emboss wirelessly
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