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Braille Note Touch Plus Resource Guide

Everything you need to know about the Braille Note Touch!

Learning and using a dedicated braille notetaker can be very challenging, especially during times when contact with a TVI or AT Specialist is inconsistent. This Google Slide presentation contains orientation information to the unit, key command lists, and links to various outside resources.

It can be printed for easy reference, bookmarked, or copied and added to a Google Drive.  Sharing a copy with students, parents, or guardians is encouraged!  For those who prefer a more streamlined and minimalist document, the same content is also available in a Google Doc (which includes direct links, but a minimum of graphics). 

This article is reposted with permission from Wisconsin Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired website.

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