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July 2012 • Volume 106 Number 7

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Journal of visual impairment and blindness

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Transition to Employment for Students with Visual Impairments: Components for Success

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Adele Crudden

A Systematic Review of Transition Interventions Affecting the Employability of Youths with Visual Impairments

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Brenda Cavenaugh and J. Martin Giesen

Experiences of Students with Visual Impairments in Canadian Higher Education

Maureen Reed and Kathryn Curtis

Research Report

Identifying Raised-Line Drawings by Touch: A Hard but Not Impossible Task

Delphine Picard and Samuel Lebaz


Editor's Page

Book Review

The Cognitive Neuroscience of Blindness and Why It Should Matter to People in the Blindness and Blind Rehabilitation Communities: A Review of the Book Blind Vision, by Zaira Catteneo and Tomaso Vecchi

Reviewed by John J. Rieser and David A. Guth

This Mattered to Me

"A Survey of the Current Status of Visually Impaired Students in Secondary Mathematics," by Donald W. Rapp and Audrey J. Rapp

Recommended by Derrick Smith

Web Special Feature

"A Survey of the Current Status of Visually Impaired Students in Secondary Mathematics," A classic article from February 1992

by Donald W. Rapp and Audrey J. Rapp

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