braillist

braillist

(ˈbreɪlɪst)
n
a person who transcribes or creates Braille
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A trained braillist must know the rules of braille appropriate to the country and language and be aware of the appropriate braille authorities.
Wanda was also a certified Library of Congress Braillist, transcribing many books for individuals around the country for many years.
Kay was motivated by a variety of activities, including reading flashcards to me or to a braillist and counting as the stack of words she knew grew when compared to those that still "needed practice.
We're pleased to be able to have done it," said Lynn Pembroke, a professional braillist and chair of the service.
She worked as a Braillist for the Eugene School District.
As a former Braillist, I was surprised to see the Braille upside down and rave reviews about the cover design noted at the bottom of the page.
Taesch has chaired the Guitar Department at the Conservatory since 1976 and is certified as a music and literary Braillist by the Library of Congress.
The braillist pushes different combinations of these keys to form a braille letter or word.
The authors chose to use the term transcriber to refer to individuals who selected either braillist or transcriber as their job role in the original survey.
The braille displays on screen exactly as it will look when embossed, and the braillist can edit and correct errors in the files.
In addition, a braillist produced materials in braille and served as an on-site paraeducator; and a specialist in the field of hearing impairment, from the University of Kansas, served pro bono as an advisor.