The Effect of Career Mentoring on Employment Outcomes for College Students Who Are Legally Blind
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Jamie O'Mally and Karla Antonelli
An Artificial Intelligence Tutor: A Supplementary Tool for Teaching and Practicing Braille
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Tessa McCarthy, L. Penny Rosenblum, Benny G. Johnson, Jeffrey Dittel, and Devin M. Kearns
The Current Experiences of Physical Education Teachers at Schools for Blind Students in the United States
Justin A. Haegele and Lauren J. Lieberman
Fitness Wearables and Youths with Visual Impairments: Implications for Practice and Application
Joanna C. Colgan, Melissa J. Bopp, Brooke E. Starkoff, and Lauren J. Lieberman
Theory of Mind and Cognitive Function in Adults with Alström or Usher Syndrome
Cecilia Henricson, Hans-Erik Frölander, Claes Möller, and Björn Lyxell
Mastering Technology Through Practice and Process, Regardless of Age and Experience
Jane N. Erin
Teaching the iPhone with VoiceOver Accessibility to People with Visual Impairments
Brian M. Celusnak
NEWS AND FEATURES
I-M-ABLE: Individualized Meaning-Centered Approach to Braille Literacy Education, by Diane P. Wormsley
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"Essential Experiences to Undergird the Early Development of Literacy," by Alan J. Koenig and Carol Farrenkopf (A classic article from 1997)
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Essential Experiences to Undergird the Early Development of Literacy (A classic article from 1997)
Parametric Tests, Their Nonparametric Alternatives, and Degrees of Freedom Measuring Change: Pitfalls in Research Design
Robert Wall Emerson
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