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March 2010 • Volume 104 Number 3

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Journal of visual impairment and blindness

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Orientation & Mobility

Assessment of Indoor Route-finding Technology for People Who Are Visually Impaired

Amy A. Kalia, Gordon E. Legge, Rudrava Roy, and Advait Ogale

Personnel Preparation

Profile of Personnel Preparation Programs in Visual Impairment and Their Faculty

Grace Ambrose-Zaken and Laura Bozeman


Exploring the Relationship Between Access Technology and Standardized Test Scores for Youths with Visual Impairments: Secondary Analysis of the National Longitudinal Transition Study 2

Amy L. Freeland, Robert Wall Emerson, Amy B. Curtis, and Kieran Fogarty

Research Report

Forms of Social Support in the Workplace for Individuals with Visual Impairments

Doxa Papakonstantinou and Konstantinos Papadopoulos


Editor's Page


Reflections on the Olympic Torch Experiences of Students with Visual Impairments in Toronto

Robin Stewart

This Mattered to Me

"Reading Comes Naturally: A Mother and Her Blind Child's Experiences," by Diane D. Miller

Recommended by Anna M. Swenson

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Reading Comes Naturally: A Mother and Her Blind Child's Experiences A classic article from 1985

by Diane D. Miller

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