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The Functional Performance of the BrainPort V100 Device in Persons Who Are Profoundly Blind

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Patricia Grant, Lindsey Spencer, Aimee Arnoldussen, Rich Hogle, Amy Nau, Janet Szlyk, Jonathan Nussdorf, Donald C. Fletcher, Keith Gordon, and William Seiple

Health Care

Preventive Service Utilization among People Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision

Kevin J. Bennett, Suzanne McDermott, Joshua R. Mann, and James W. Hardin

Physical Activity

Development and Evaluation of the Walk for Health Program: A Physical Activity Intervention for Adults with Visual Impairments

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Elizabeth Ackley-Holbrook, Minsoo Kang, and Don W. Morgan

Practice Report

Introduction of 3D Printing Technology in the Classroom for Visually Impaired Students

Wonjin Jo, Jang Hee I, Rachel Ananda Harianto, Ji Hyun So, Hyebin Lee, Heon Ju Lee, and Myoung-Woon Moon

Research Reports

The Use of the Library of Video Excerpts (L.O.V.E.) in Personnel Preparation Programs

Ellen Trief and L. Penny Rosenblum

Reflections of Teachers of Visually Impaired Students on Their Assistive Technology Competencies

Paul M. Ajuwon, Melanie Kalene Meeks, Nora Griffin-Shirley, and Phoebe A. Okungu


Editor's Page

Book Reviews

O&M for Independent Living: Strategies for Teaching Orientation and Mobility to Older Adults, by Nora Griffin-Shirley and Laura Bozeman, Editors

Reviewed by Kevin Hollinger

Making Life More Livable: Simple Adaptations for Living at Home after Vision Loss, Third Edition, by Maureen A. Duffy

Reviewed by Lachelle E. Smith

Statistical Sidebar

Statistical Power: A Reflection of Reality

Robert Wall Emerson

News From the Field


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The Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness (JVIB)--the international, interdisciplinary journal of record on blindness and visual impairment that publishes research and practice
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