Using Constant Time Delay to Teach Braille and the Nemeth Code for Mathematics and Science Notation to Students Making the Transition from Print to Braille
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Sarah E. Ivy and Jonathan D. Hooper
Retinal Disorders and Sleep Disorders: Are They Genetically Related?
Caitlin Murphy, Nathalie Duponsel, Xi Sheila Huang, Walter Wittich, Robert K. Koenekoop, and Olga Overbury
The Effect of Container Shape on Prescription Drug Label Readability for Adults with Visual Impairments
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Elyse Connors, Helen Lee, Amy B. Curtis, Dae Shik Kim, and Amy Freeland
Use of an Accessible iPad App and Supplemental Graphics to Build Mathematics Skills: Feasibility Study Results
Carole R. Beal and L. Penny Rosenblum
Getting There: Advocating for Access to Community-based Orientation and Mobility Instruction
Jane N. Erin
Contradictory Instruction of Orientation and Mobility within Virginia's Schools
A Comparison of the Handwriting Abilities of Secondary Students with Visual Impairments and Those of Sighted Students
Talitha Harris-Brown, Janet Richmond, Sebastian Della Maddalena, and Alinta Jaworski
Efficacy of ScripTalk Automated Prescription Label Reader and Veterans with Visual Impairments
Tatyana Spektor, Nicole Nikolic, Olga Lekakh, and Bruce Gaynes
NEWS AND FEATURES
Letter to the Editor
This Mattered to Me
"Religious Beliefs of Parents of Children with Visual Impairments," by Jane N. Erin, Dale Rudin, and Michael Njoroge
Recommended by Holly Lawson
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"Religious Beliefs of Parents of Children with Visual Impairments," A Classic Article from 1991
by Jane N. Erin, Dale Rudin, and Michael Njoroge
Visual Analysis in Single-Subject Research
Robert Wall Emerson
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