8-dot Braille Slate
A writing slate to make 8-dot braille.Education
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This slate was designed with UW-Whitewater physics student Chris Marshall as part of Spring 2015 student research funding by the UW-Whitewater Provost's office.
This is a printable slate for writing 8-dot braille. It has two pieces, a lower piece with indentations, and an upper guide. The upper guide includes a centimeter ruler on the bottom end and an inch ruler on the top. The two pieces may be connected by inserting a straightened paper clip through the holes on the left side to create a hinge. This was developed as a way to write 8-dot braille code for writing mathematic and scientific notation.
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