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May 2011 • Volume 105 Number 5

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Journal of visual impairment and blindness

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Children's Perceptions of Learning Braille: Qualitative and Quantitative Findings of the ABC Braille Study

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Sharon Z. Sacks, Cheryl K. Hannan, and Jane N. Erin

Orientation & Mobility

The Effects of Truncated Dome Detectable Warnings on Travelers Negotiating Curb Ramps in Wheelchairs

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Helen Lee

Low Vision

Students with Low Vision Describe Their Visual Impairments and Visual Functioning

Amy R. Guerette, Sandra Lewis, and Cameron Mattingly

Research Report

The Accuracy of Talking Pedometers When Used During Free-Living: A Comparison of Four Devices

Carolyn Albright and Gerald J. Jerome


Editor's Page

Practice Perspectives

How Ditching the School Van in Favor of the City Bus Created Endless Learning Opportunities for a Class of Visually Impaired Students with Multiple Disabilities

Jane N. Erin

Becoming Commuters: Teaching Students Traveling to Work Using Public Transportation

Jake Feinberg

Book Reviews

Getting Ready for College Begins in Third Grade: Working Toward an Independent Future for Your Blind/VI Child, Pre-K to Middle School, by Carol Castellano

Reviewed by Stuart H. Wittenstein

Focus on Music 2: Exploring the Musicality of Children and Young People with Retinopathy of Prematurity, by Adam Ockelford and Christina Matawa

Reviewed by William R. McCann

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