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New POD braille printer opens at SA school library

A new braille printer installed at the South Australian School for Vision Impaired in Adelaide will be used to print textbooks, fiction titles and other tactile books for vision-impaired students across the state, reports the ABC. The $30,000 printer replaces the school’s embosser, cutting the printing time in half and...

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Category: Library news