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Blista brailler, first developed in Germany like the Picht brailler.

A braille note-taker, demonstrated by Richard Marsolais at the CNIB, Ottawa office.

Council of Canadians with Disabilities' National Award given to Sharlyn Ayotte, AEBC, "in recognition of your valued contributions to the Disability Rights Movement in Canada," 2012

CSTM-CNIB PerkinsRepair1.jpg
Specifications of a Perkins brailler, included within a CNIB training manual on how to repair a brailler at home.

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A manual intended to help users repair a Perkins brailler, written by Howard Knapman, CNIB volunteer

Joint Label.pdf
Combined logo representing the Carleton CUDRG collaboration with Liverpool Hope CCDS

The first prototype of Roland Galarneau's Converto-Braille, a computerized device that could transcribe written text into braille.

The second generation of the Converto-Braille, invented by Roland Galarneau, which was purchased by Telesensory System Inc. in 1982. By 1986, it was being distributed globally as the Versapoint Printer.
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