I wonder how many people, outside of those in professional organizations, knew about the survey. I certainly would have responded, had I known. How does one join the Braille Revival League? Regards, Paula ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jill O'Connell" <jillocon@xxxxxxxxxxxx> To: <bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Wednesday, July 07, 2004 4:04 PM Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: braille contractions > You need to be a member of the Braille Revival League to receive the > magazine. However, much of the material contained in Kim's article is also > on their web site that I mentioned previously. For those of us who really > care about braille, we need to be especially vigilant and knowledgeable and > let our voices be heard where they may do some good, not just complain to > each other on lists. Materials in braille have been circulated in the past > for anyone interested explaining the changes if adopted and also how they > would affect math and chemistry notation. A surprisingly small number of > people took advantage of this opportunity or responded to the survey, so if > it weren't for the opposition of the national organizations, I'm sure UEBC > would probably be adopted by now in the U.S. as well.