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April 2009 • Volume 103 Number 4

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Orientation & Mobility

Does Knowledge of Spatial Configuration in Adults with Visual Impairments Improve with Tactile Exposure to a Small-scale Model of Their Urban Environment?

Delphine Picard and René Pry

Assistive Technology

Effectiveness of Assistive Technologies for Low Vision Rehabilitation: A Systematic Review

Jeffrey W. Jutai, J. Graham Strong, and Elizabeth Russell-Minda

Research Reports

A Study of Multifunctional Document Centers That Are Accessible to People Who Are Visually Impaired

Lee A. Huffman, Mark M. Uslan, Darren M. Burton, and Caesar Eghtesadi

Filling the Gaps for Indoor Wayfinding

David A. Ross and Gary W. Kelly

The Effect of an Educational Program for Persons with Macular Degeneration: A Pilot Study

Theresa Marie Smith, Kimberly Thomas, and Katherine Dow

Practice Report

Unique Considerations for Assessing the Learning Media of Students Who Are Deaf-Blind

Amy R. McKenzie


Editor's Page

Braille Celebration

The Difference the Dots Make: A Personal History with Braille

Marc Maurer

This Mattered to Me

"Increasing the Braille Reading Rate," by Emerson Foulke

Recommended by Sunggye Hong

Web Special Feature

Increasing the Braille Reading Rate

A classic article from 1979 by Emerson Foulke

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