January 2005 Issue  Volume 6  Number 1

In This Issue . . .

Editor's Page

Letters to the Editor

The Next Generation: A Review of Personal Digital Assistants, Part 1

Packed with features and numerous options for connecting with other devices, these small products can play a large role in organizing your life--Jim Denham, Jay Leventhal, and Heather McComas

A Packed Day with My PAC Mate

Find out how a high school student who is blind keeps up with peers who seem to have been born clutching a cell phone--Kolby Garrison

Science Is Golden: Interviews with Four Scientists Who Are Visually Impaired

The stories of an oceanographer, an astronomer, a physicist, and a chemist show that when it comes to employment for people who are blind or visually impaired, the sky is the limit--Janet Ingber

More than a Perkins Brailler: A Review of the Mountbatten Brailler, Part 1

It's a brailler, it's a printer, and more. Read the first part of an in-depth examination of this multifaceted device--Frances Mary D'Andrea

Diabetes Management and Visual Impairment: Are People Aware of Accessible Home Blood Pressure Monitors?

Why aren't more diabetics with visual impairments using accessible devices to monitor their medical conditions? This article presents one answer--Taine Duncan and Darren Burton

On the Move with MuVo

This tiny, accessible MP3 player is a good option for taking your music and audio books on the road with you--Deborah Kendrick

The Assistive Technology Act of 2004

Thinking of buying a new CCTV or braille printer? Read about the leading source of financial assistance for assistive technology--Joy Relton

AccessWorld News


Entire Issue

Editor in Chief Jay Leventhal
Contributing Editors Paul Schroeder, Founding Editor
Deborah Kendrick, Senior Features Editor
Crista Earl
Mark Uslan
Managing Editor Ellen Bilofsky
Associate Editor Rebecca Burrichter

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