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October 2001 • Volume 95 Number 10

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Journal of visual impairment and blindness

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Distance Education

The Evolution of a Distance Delivery System That Supports Content, Students, and Pedagogy—Kay Alicyn Ferrell, Kay A. Persichitte, Nathan Lowell, and Stephanie Roberts, print edition page(s) 597

Personnel Preparation

Web-based Teacher Preparation in Visual Impairment: Course Development, Teaching, Learning, and Quality Assurance—Susan M. Bruce and Tom T. Hwang, print edition page(s) 609


Sources of Stress in Mothers of Young Children with Visual Impairments—Heinrich Troster, print edition page(s) 623

Short Report

The UAB Distance Model in West Virginia and Iowa—Mary Jean Sanspree, print edition page(s) 638


Editor's Page, print edition page(s) 595

Book Review

Promoting Learning Through Active Interaction: A Guide to Early Communication with Young Children Who Have Multiple Disabilities —reviewed by Irene L. Topor, print edition page(s) 644

Technology Note, print edition page(s) 646

From the Field , print edition page(s) 646

News , print edition page(s) 650

Calendar , print edition page(s) 652


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