THE BRAILLE MONITOR

Vol. 42, No. 8 October, 1999

Barbara Pierce, Editor

 

Published in inkprint, in Braille, and on cassette by

THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND

MARC MAURER, PRESIDENT

 

National Office
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Baltimore, Maryland 21230
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ISSN 0006-8829

Vol. 42, No.8 October, 1999

Contents

Victory in South Dakota

Message from Guide Dogs for the Blind, Inc.
by Debra Barnes

Role Models in Reverse?
by Mary Ellen Gabias

With Strength, Knowledge, and Passion: The Future Is Ours
by Alan Tu

The 2000 National Federation of the Blind Scholarship Program

The Road Runner(R), A Review
by Richard Ring

A Teacher's Perspective
by Sheila Koenig

Braille Readers Are Leaders Contest Form

Please Don't Be Offended If I Refuse Your Offer of Help
by Donna Blake

Expanding the View: a Technology Access Conference
by Betsy Zaborowski

Technology Replacing Braille

Seminar at Sea
by Donald J. Morris

Nebraska Orientation Center for the Blind Celebrates Its Twenty-fifth Anniversary
by Fatos Floyd

In Memory and Celebration of Donald Drapinski
by Allen Harris

Recipes

Monitor Miniatures

  Braille Monitor, October, 1999 Complete Issue

Copyright (C) 1999 National Federation of the Blind

 

                   Picture of Patti Schonlau
      

         Patti Schonlau,Braille teacher at the
        Missouri School for the Blind, stands
        with Barbara Cheadle, NOPBC President.
        The Missouri School was the 1999 winner
        of the Outstanding Participation Award,
        presented by the National Association to
        Promote the Use of Braille.

 

bm991002.jpg (9923 bytes)            Photo of John Miller and Arthur Given reading Braille.

    Alex Kaiser of New Jersey reads                      John Miller and Arthur Given,
         Braille at a table.                                        both of Missouri, read Braille while
                                                                             Betty Walker stands behind them.

 Photo of Macy McClain reading Braille

   Macy McClain of Ohio sits on
      the floor reading Braille.

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