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Who can participate? This workshop will be of interest to transcribers and teachers of students with visual impairments, as well as advanced braille readers pursuing courses in math and science! Participants must have a good working knowledge of the rules of UEB but familiarity with Technical Material is not necessary.

Workshop Description: UEB Guidelines for Technical Material really can handle everything in Math, Science and Computer Notation. This discussion of additional examples will introduce some of the technical symbols and will clarify the use of grade 1 indicators and braille grouping indicators. Some examples will be taken from senior level curriculum.

The workshop will be moderated by Kim Kilpatrick, member of the BLC Board of Directors.

To register, please send an email to by Tuesday, November 21st. You will receive call-in details and handouts prior to the teleconference. We also recommend that you download the Guidelines for Technical Material in PDF or BRF from the following link:

If you have questions about the material being covered, please send them to and they will be forwarded to Lorraine in advance of the teleconference.

Register today – Space is limited!

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Date: Saturday, November 25th, 2017 Time: 1 PM Eastern, 10 AM Pacific Duration: 1.5 hours Presenter: Lorraine Banks Location: Teleconference Cost: Free!

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