Division on Visual Impairments

DVI Quarterly Volume 58(1)

A quarterly newsletter from the Council for Exceptional Children's Division on Visual Impairments containing practitioner tips for Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments, Certified Orientation and Mobility Specialists, and other professionals.

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Quotation Marks In general, quotation marks will appear as they do in current braille, except for the single closing quotation mark which has been changed as mentioned above. However, for times when it may be necessary, there will now be a way to represent the different kinds of quotation marks which appear in print, such as the directional quotes. Here are examples: quotation marks, nonspecific, opening and closing 8 0 quotation marks, double, opening and closing ^8 ^0 quotation marks, single, opening and closing ,8 ,0 Spacing A, and, for, of, the, and with will no longer be joined together. They will be spaced apart from each other as they are in print. [Note: since the contractions for to, into, and by have been eliminated, these words are spelled out and spaced as they are in print. The "in" in into will still be contracted.] He ran into the cellar with the rest of a box of chocolates. ,he ran 9to ! cell> ) ! re/ ( a box ( *ocolates4 Period, Decimal, Dot, Ellipsis The period, dot, and decimal will always be shown as dots 256. The ellipsis is shown as three of these in a row. Therefore: 1.5 million people will vote. #a4e million p w vote4 www.loc.gov www4loc4gov The escargot is on sale for $28.50. ,! esc>got is on sale = @s#bh4ej4 We upgraded to version 15.2. ,we upgrad$ to v].n #ae4b4 Overview of Changes from Current Literary Braille to UEB; BANA, March 2013 3

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