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February 2001 • Volume 95 Number 2

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Journal of visual impairment and blindness

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British Antidiscrimination Legislation and Wayfinding in Buildings in Scotland—Brian S. Robertson, print edition page(s) 69


Interactions in an Inclusive Classroom: The Effects of Visual Status and Setting—Cindy G. McGaha and Dale C. Farran, print edition page(s) 80

Social Skills

Evaluation of a Technology for Teaching Complex Social Skills to Young Adults with Visual and Cognitive Impairments—Thomas P. Gumpel and Hagit Nativ-Ari-Am, print edition page(s) 95

Practice Note

Therapeutic Riding for a Student with Multiple Disabilities and Visual Impairment: A Case Study—Jennifer Lehrman and David B. Ross, print edition page(s) 108

Research Note

Expectations for Visual Function: An Initial Evaluation of a New Clinical Instrument—Anne L. Corn and Steve L. Webne, print edition page(s) 110


Editor's Page, print edition page(s) 67

Book Review

Touch the Top of the World —Reviewed by Deborah Kent, print edition page(s) 117

Technology Notes

The BrailleNote—Jay Leventhal and Deborah Kendrick, print edition page(s) 119

Revisiting Four Video Magnifiers—Mark M. Uslan, Chen-Yung Hsu, and Gary Chan, print edition page(s) 119

America Online 6.0 and MSN Explorer—Crista Earl, print edition page(s) 120

Information Appliances—Mark M. Uslan and Kevin Dusling, print edition page(s) 121

From the Field , print edition page(s) 122

News , print edition page(s) 126

Calendar , print edition page(s) 126

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