Paths to Literacy

for students who are blind or visually impaired

New Issue of DOTS for Braille Literacy (Fall, 2012) now available

A photograph of the outside of Louis Braille's home in Coupvray, France

The Fall issue of DOTS for Braille Literacy is now available online.  Published by AFB (American Foundation for the Blind) three times each year, DOTS (Development of Teacher Support) for Braille Literacy is a  free newsletter that provides information about new braille products, strategies for teaching, and resources for teachers, parents, family members, and anyone interested in braille literacy. Available in braille and via e-mail.

The latest issue includes a look at Louis Braille's home in France, news from NFB (National Federation of the Blind), National Braille Press and more.


Posted on December 14, 2012
Updated on: February 8, 2018