Unified English Braille (UEB)

In the past, the braille code for English has had variations from one country to another. Unified English Braille integrates them into a single unified code for all English-speaking countries.

Resources for Learning UEB

Welcome to UEB!  Resources for Learning the New Braille Code
Paths to Literacy
Overview of UEB, including rule and guidelines, tools for remembering changes in the code, online training courses, lessons for teaching braille students UEB, videos and more!

Braille Authority of North America (BANA)
There are many free resources on this site, such as The ABC's of UEB,  as well as current news about the plans to implement UEB.
Northern Illinois University
This free 4-week online training is designed for people who are already proficient in braille who wish to learn UEB.
Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC), Australia
UEB Online is a training program for people who are sighted to learn Unified English Braille (UEB)
Paths to Literacy
This "cheat sheet" is designed to be a quick reference tool that is a handy summary of some of the key differences in UEB (Unified English Braille).  
International Council on English Braille (ICEB)
The rule book for transcribers is available free online.
Hadley School for the Blind
This online course is designed for learners who are already proficient in EBAE (English Braille American Edition).

Other Web-Based Organizations

The purpose of ICEB is "to coordinate and improve standards for braille usage for all English-speaking users of braille."  One of their key initiatives is Unified English Braille.