Description of Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness (JVIB) September-October 2014 Vol. 108., No. 5
"The range of tests described in this issue demonstrate that the professionals in the field of visual impairment need to be at least minimally aware of a broad range of analysis techniques," writes JVIB Associate Editor for Research Rob Wall Emerson in his Guest Editorial, in which he talks about how the journal hopes to make the results sections of articles more approachable by resurrecting the Statistical Sidebar feature. Look for the Statistical Sidebar feature in future issues!
This issue also includes a Book Review on Basic Spanish for Orientation and Mobility: A Phrase Book and Dictionary, by Brenda J. Naimy and Matthew W. Hogel, Editors, and a This Mattered to Me and accompanying Web Special Feature in which JVIB Associate Editor Steven La Grow discusses the groundbreaking orientation and mobility research first reported by Blasch and De l'Aune in the journal in 1992 and shares the significance this article still holds for him and other researchers today. This issue also offers two opportunities for individuals to earn CEUs from the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Education Professionals.