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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MeForCongress@aol.net ,me,=,congress@aaol4net WilliamShakespeare: @TwitterTheatre Can it be true that you have shortened my plays to 140 characters? #horrifying ,william,%akespe>e3 @a,twitt],!atre ,c x 2 true t y h %ort5$ my plays to #adj "*s8 _?horrify+ Contractions can be used in web and email addresses without causing ambiguity. Short-form words (like braille, across, and tomorrow) are generally not used in electronic addresses because of the overall rules governing when and when not to use them. braille@aol.net braille@aaol4net brl@aol.net brl@aaol4net Numbers The digits are represented the same as in current literary braille. As mentioned above, the decimal point is dots 256. 3,000 miles #c1jjj miles 2.5 kids and a picket fence #b4e kids & a picket f;e After a numeric indicator, no contractions are used until a space or hyphen is encountered. 1st floor #ast floor 5th wheel #eth :eel Need2read@omgmail.com ,ne$#bread@aomgmail4com Overview of Changes from Current Literary Braille to UEB; BANA, March 2013 8

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