The National Federation of the Blind is committed to participating in forums like the M-Enabling Summit that foster independence through accessible technology and design.
This might come as a surprise to you, but on Election Day, there are actually a few things we can all agree on. We all want the right to a private ballot, for example. We all want to ensure accurate election results. And we all want to eliminate errors that could potentially make our votes invalid. These are some of the benefits of using ballot marking devices, or BMDs.
Like the Victor Reader Stream and other similar devices, the GuideReader Pod lets you download and read books from various online libraries or from a local flash drive or microSD card.
Blind actors are rarely given the opportunity to play blind characters in movies, on TV, or on stage.
Prior to my experience as a scholarship finalist, I was only familiar with the National Federation of the Blind through communications with several friends of mine.
In the quest for cheaper Braille displays, a company called Innovision has a contender called Braille Me.
Welcome! We’re excited to announce that the National Federation of the Blind launched a newly redesigned website today. Our previous site, which was built in 2005, served us well, but it was time for an upgrade.
The Best of Both Worlds: The QBraille XL Almost Perfectly Blends a Braille Display and a USB Keyboard
Have you ever found yourself struggling to remember the series of commands needed to perform a keyboard shortcut on your display? Have you ever needed to do a command that isn’t configured on your display? Have you found yourself switching back and forth between your computer keyboard and your display to accomplish your work?
On December 12, I wrote a letter to fifty of the country’s top chemistry programs with American Chemical Society membership to alert the universities to accessibility barriers perpetuated by the American Chemical Society Division of Chemical Education Examinations Institute (ACS Exams).
I never thought I would be selected as a scholarship finalist, but I can say, without hesitation, that the experience changed my life.