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Braille Formats 2011 Advanced Formatting Techniques CTEBVI Workshop 702. Presented by: Amanuensis Braille Presenter : Robert Roldan [email protected] Introduction. How to apply the Braille Formats Principals of Print-to-Braille Transcription, 2011

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Braille formats 2011 advanced formatting techniques ctebvi workshop 702

Braille Formats 2011 Advanced Formatting TechniquesCTEBVI Workshop 702

Presented by: Amanuensis Braille

Presenter: Robert Roldan

[email protected]


Introduction
Introduction

  • How to apply the Braille Formats Principals of Print-to-Braille Transcription, 2011

  • What to do when what you see in print isn’t covered in the Braille Formats guidelines

  • Braille examples using the new formats guidelines


How to apply braille formats
How to Apply Braille Formats

  • Identify what you are looking at

  • Base the format for each type of material identified on the most difficult one in the book

  • Find the Guidelines that apply

  • Adjust your decisions based on clarity

  • Use guidelines that closest fit the situation when something is not covered in the code


Pre formatting
Pre-Formatting

  • Review the front matter, back matter, and text for material that should be transposed or placed in a separate volume.

    • Preliminary Volume

    • Supplementary Volume

    • Notes Volume

    • End of P pages

      • Pronunciation Key

      • Exercises or Test at the back of the book

      • Charts, Formulas, Symbols, Abbreviations, etc. on or inside the cover

      • Repeated Cast of Characters


Sidebar

3/1 Paragraph with no italics


Braille format examples
Braille Format Examples

Centered heading

Bold

Highlighted Text

Technical Text

Cell-5 Heading

Sidebars, boxed

Icon


Foreign glossary
Foreign Glossary

Cell-5 heading followed by a 1/3 list

Box

Centered heading

3/1 Paragraph

Math Symbols

Pronunciation Key Format

Omit dot showing division between multiple word entries. Explain in TN.

Omit print running heads

Use foreign language symbols and uncontracted braille

English entries in 1/5

Spanish entries in 3/5


Sidebar headings and bulleted lists
Sidebar, Headings, and Bulleted Lists

Centered heading

Sidebar

Cell-5 Headings

Bulleted List


Exercise material
Exercise Material

Lettered Exercise Direction

Displayed Material

Item Number

Lettered answer choices


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