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September 2009 • Volume 103 Number 9

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Journal of visual impairment and blindness

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Orientation & Mobility

Drop-off Detection with the Long Cane: Effects of Different Cane Techniques on Performance

Dae Shik Kim, Robert Wall Emerson, and Amy Curtis


Home Environments and Perceived Needs of Anglo and Latino Families of Young Children with Visual Impairments

Jamie Dote-Kwan, Deborah Chen, and Margaret Hughes


Accessibility of e-Learning and Computer and Information Technologies for Students with Visual Impairments in Postsecondary Education

Catherine S. Fichten, Jennison V. Asuncion, Maria Barile, Vittoria Ferraro, and Joan Wolforth

Research Reports

The History and Current Status of Low Vision Services in Scandinavian Countries

Jörgen Gustafsson and Krister Inde

Assistive Technology in Teacher-Training Programs: A National and International Perspective

Mohammad Y. Safhi, Li Zhou, Derrick W. Smith, and Pat Kelley

Practice Report

Space Unseen: A Case Study of Renovations to a Shared Living Space by Four People with Visual Impairments in Taiwan

Chih-Ming Shih and Kuang-Hsu Huang


Editor's Page

Louis Braille Celebration

Braille and Revolution, Diderot and Enlightenment, and the Pursuit of Happiness

Stuart H. Wittenstein

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