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Library patron receiving books from the Perkins Library

More than meets the eye: Vision impairment is just one factor that makes Perkins Library patrons eligible for free talking books

Readers don’t need to be blind to receive free talking books at the Perkins Library

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2014 June - Kevin Bright

Shining Bright: Meet the Hollywood showman behind Perkins' Gala

The executive producer of the TV sitcom "Friends" turns students into stars at the annual fundraiser

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Score: The music was in his head. Braille let the world tune in

Braille was second string when it came to music – until it came time to write the tunes down


Blind Date: Perkins students practice the art of making a connection

Dating is one way students practice the art of making a connection

Q and A

Learning takes place in virtually every corner of Perkins’ campus. At the Student Center, a sun-filled space inside the Grousbeck Center for Students & Technology, students of all ages participate in a range of activities designed to strengthen vocational and social skills while introducing them to accessible technology. Samuel Shaw, who leads programming at the Student Center, discussed with Perspectives how these technology initiatives are transforming education at Perkins.

Meet Samuel Shaw 

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