As the global COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact all of our lives, you may want to look for more remote educational options to stay safe. Many schools are offering hybrid services and include distance e-learning as part of their programs. These services offer people choices for their education during the pandemic. Fortunately, e-learning for blind students is also available and you may find it to be an excellent educational alternative.

If you search online, you will discover many opportunities for e-learning for blind and visually impaired students. If you belong to a school program, be sure to inquire about online classes hosted by  your school. Braille Institute pivoted to offering remote online classes and workshops, and one-on-one over the phone consultations during the pandemic to keep students safe. View our catalog of classes available free to students.

The many free workshops and short-term courses that are also available are great options for non-students. These workshops are another form of e-learning that can be beneficial during this pandemic. While remaining safely indoors in the comfort of your home, you can learn about a wide variety of topics that are relevant to your daily living such as “how to use grocery shopping apps” or “how to download books.”  Check out the latest workshops Braille Institute is offering.image of a laptop with library shelves on the screen and a blue book coming off the shelf and out of the screen

 If you would like to experience the many benefits of e-learning for blind students, or for anyone with any degree of vision loss, Braille Institute is a great place to start!  Learn more about our remote service offerings!  

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