Braille course accessible over the Internet based on motion graphics, designed for sighted individuals interested in learning and understanding braille.
Educational resource for the visually-impaired, their families, and educators. Highlights the importance of braille literacy and offers strategies for using braille in everyday life.
Noncommercial site dedicated to developing new ideas for learning and presenting braille. Emphasizes the need for a free and open source braille software.
National Braille Week
Presents an introduction to the braille reading and writing system, videos, news, and contact information.
Site created by the National Federation of the Blind to facilitate the exchange of braille books via a community-run library. Presents a catalog of books arranged by author and category.
Provides comprehensive information about the braille system including images of corresponding braille dot patterns for letters, punctuations, numerals, and special signs.
Washington Talking Book & Braille Library
Free public library service offering informational and recreational reading materials for low vision and blind individuals who are unable to access standard print formats.