American Printing House is a nonprofit organization that creates accessible learning experiences through educational products and services for people who are blind and visually impaired through Federal Quota Funds. Annual registration of eligible individuals determines a per capita amount of money designated for the purchase of instructional materials produced by APH. These funds are credited to Federal Quota accounts, which are maintained and administered by APH and its Ex Officio Trustees, who is Robin King for the state of Louisiana.
APH Access Academy
Access Academy provides training and webinars about the APH products and services. From tutorials on new products and hacks on how to get the most from your beloved tech, to information on resources, services, and programs: APH goal is to give you the info you need for home, the classroom, and the workplace.
A virtual platform that contains free eLearning opportunities. “Bee” sure to buzz over to the APH Hive and browse through a variety of bite-size courses related to visual impairment, relevant to serving students from birth through graduation.
Tactile Graphic Image Library (TGIL)
APH’s TGIL contains a collection of templates to aid with the creation of tactile graphics. Visit APH and register for free to access the Image Library and find templates for your needs.
Braille Blaster is a braille transcription program developed by the American Printing House for the Blind to help transcribers provide braille. This program has the ability for formatting, creating tables, nemeth, splitting volumes, and much more…
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