Bratislava – Following a year of development and localisation, the RoboBraille service becomes available to Slovak users with a need to convert documents into digital Braille, audio books, digital large print and e-books.
Prague – Following a year of development and localisation, the RoboBraille service becomes available to Czech users with a need to convert documents into digital Braille, audio books, digital large print and e-books.
With the assistance of Bangor University, the RoboBraille web form and other user interface components have been translated into Welsh.
Today, Václav Pícl, Deputy Minister for General, Vocational and Further Education at the Czech Ministry of Education kicked off a three-year RoboBraille project at seminar in Prague.
Today, a three-year RoboBraille project was launched at a kick-off event in Bratislava.
To support Welsh speakers and language learners in Wales, throughout the UK and elsewhere, RoboBraille has added support for male and female voices to its document conversion service.
Following a successful pre-study to the Czech Republic and Slovakia in 2015, the VELUX Foundation has approved a project application by RoboBraille Outreach.
In competition with more than 400 international policies and practices, the Danish RoboBraille service was awarded for its innovative contributions to support inclusion in mainstream education.
The RoboBraille Team is happy to annouce that four new high-quality Lithuanian voices has been added to the service. The voices replace an older Lithuanian voice in RoboBraille.
This year, members of the RoboBraille team were invited to chair a special track on Universal Access to Alternate Med
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