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Nuances of Graphics, in Braille

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Nuances of Graphics, in Braille

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Nuances of Graphics, in Braille

Nuances of Graphics, in Braille

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Computer technology has made it easier for blind students to learn, but teachers still rely on Braille textbooks for their daily lessons. Independent producer Amy Mayer reports on Braille graphics transcribers, who provide schools with these very specialized teaching materials.

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