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In Celebration of JVIB's Centennial

The year 2006 marked the centennial of the Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness (JVIB). Originally entitled Outlook for the Blind, and later New Outlook for the Blind, JVIB has always kept professionals up-to-date on all the major developments and trends of the field of visual impairment and blindness, serving as the cornerstone of the field's literature for a century. The following is a list of the free excerpts from past issues, and commentary from leaders in the field on subject areas such as braille, low vision, O&M, employment.

December 2006

A Look Back

Celebrating 100 Years of Knowledge: A Review and Future Perspective—Michael Bina

November 2006

A Look Back

100 Years of Literature on Low Vision—Duane R. Geruschat and Anne L. Corn

October 2006

A Look Back


September 2006

A Look Back

100 Years of Professionalism in Services for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired —Richard L. Welsh

August 2006

A Look Back

100 Years of Trends and Issues in Employment, Rehabilitation, and Legislation —J. Elton Moore

July 2006

A Look Back


June 2006

A Look Back

100 Years of Education—Jane N. Erin

May 2006

A Look Back


April 2006

A Look Back

100 Years of Braille and Communication Media—Stuart H. Wittenstein

March 2006

A Look Back


February 2006

A Look Back

100 Years of History—Susan Jay Spungin

January 2006

Editor's Page

Comment

Touching History in New York—Sheila Amato

A Look Back

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