The United States is the only ICEB country to adopt UEB and also keep its former mathematics code--all other countries that have adopted UEB are using it in all contexts (that is, for both "literary" and technical materials) and for all grade levels, the way it was designed to be used.
A provisional guidance document has been developed by BANA to illustrate how to use Nemeth symbols in a UEB context by use of a "switching symbol" that has been adopted by ICEB and added to the UEB Rulebook 2013.
Logistics--A Pathway Towards 'Sustainable' Competitive Advantage for the Multinational Enterprise", on CD ROM Proceedings, ICEB
2003 and in The Third International Conference on Electronic Business (ICEB
2003), NUS, 597-599.
The Unified English Braille (UEB) code was approved in 2004 by the International Council on English Braille (ICEB
) as a viable code worthy of adoption by the seven ICEB
countries: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Nigeria, South Africa, United Kingdom, and the United States.