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April 2011 • Volume 105 Number 4

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Journal of visual impairment and blindness

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Personnel Preparation

Assistive Technology for Students with Visual Impairments: Challenges and Needs in Teachers' Preparation Programs and Practice

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Li Zhou, Amy T. Parker, Derrick W. Smith, and Nora Griffin-Shirley

A National Study of Parents' Perspectives on Dual-Certified Vision Professionals

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Eric S. Grimmett, Rona L. Pogrund, and Nora Griffin-Shirley

Orientation & Mobility

Comparing Tactile Maps and Haptic Digital Representations of a Maritime Environment

Mathieu Simonnet, Ste├ęphane Vieilledent, R. Daniel Jacobson, and Jacques Tisseau

Research Report

The Use of Assistive Technology by High School Students with Visual Impairments: A Second Look at the Current Problem

Stacy M. Kelly

Around the World

Low Vision Services in Nepal: An Overview

Ajit Kumar Thakur


Editor's Page

Book Review

Visual Impairment in Children Due to Damage to the Brain: Clinics in Developmental Medicine, by Gordon Dutton and Martin Bax

Reviewed by Darick Wright

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