This section contains guides on how to use and work with the RoboBraille service.
This section contains logos, photos and illustrations that can be used to disseminated information about RoboBraille and the RoboBraille service. Subject to proper credits, the material can be used freely. Unless otherwise stated, material should be credited to Sensus.
Welcome to the RoboBraille e-learning course. The e-learning course is designed to take you through the RoboBraille service. It also teaches you how to use RoboBraille to convert a variety of documents into alternative formats such as audio books, e-books, digital large-print and Braille.
The RoboBraille SMART Alternate Media Training Course was developed as part of the RoboBraille SMART Alternate Media project.
On this page, you can find links to apps and applications that you can use in connection with the RoboBraille service:
The teaching guides and catalogue of good inclusion practice below were produced by the Erasmus+ IncluTech project (2015-2017). More information about the project is available at http://www.robobraille.org/project-inclutech
There are currently no technical notes.
RoboBraille SMART Alternate Media - School for the Partially Sighted in Bucharest, Romania (2014)
Video showing how visually impaired students are being introduced to the RoboBraille alternate media solution at the School for the Partially Sighted in Bucharest, Romania.