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- Wikipedia: Braille
Overview of braille, the reading and writing system for the blind. Includes the Braille alphabet, transcription, and different types of braille, including the Japanese and Korean forms.
- International Braille Research Center (IBRC)
Resource for the Braille reading and writing system, with facts, an electronic braille book library, a resource library, and information on the decrease of braille use.
- Braille Bug
Educational site for children to learn more about Braille, with a parent and teacher section. From the American Foundation for the Blind.
- Omniglot: Braille
Describes the three different Grades of Braille and provides the basic and accented letter, punctuations, numerals, special signs, and words and abbreviations in braille.
- How Braille Began
A detailed history of braille's origins and the people who supported and opposed the reading and writing system for the blind.
- Web Directory: Braille on the Internet
Links to Braille sites on the Internet. Topics include: Description and History, Louis Braille biographies, Legislative Initiatives, Organizations and Advocacy.
- Louis Braille School
Private day school for blind or partially sighted children in kindergarten through the eighth grade. Located in Edmonds, Washington.
- History of Reading Codes for the Blind
Provides a brief history of the Braille reading and writing system with major persons involved in its advancement, including Louis Braille. Also has examples of the British and American Modified systems.
- Bits of Braille
Lesson plan for fourth through sixth grades utilizing the Braille alphabet and information on Helen Keller.
- American Foundation for the Blind: Braille
Resource on Braille with articles, FAQs, braille literacy, and related links.
- NLS Reference Circular: Sources of Braille Reading Materials
Lists United States sources of Braille books and magazines available for loan, purchase, rental, or free distribution. Issued September 1996.
- Braille Alphabet Card
Download a free Braille alphabet card as a PDF file or have an embossed card mailed.