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A Survey on the Use of Mobile Applications for People Who Are Visually Impaired

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Nora Griffin-Shirley, Devender R. Banda, Paul M. Ajuwon, Jongpil Cheon, Jaehoon Lee, Hye Ran Park, and Sanpalei N. Lyngdoh


Audible Image Description as an Accommodation in Statewide Assessments for Students with Visual and Print Disabilities

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Kay Alicyn Ferrell, Silvia M. Correa-Torres, Jennifer Johnson Howell, Robert Pearson, Wendy Carver, Amy Spencer Groll, Tanni L. Anthony, Deborah Matthews, Bryan Gould, Trisha O'Connell, Kathryn D Botsford, Hong Phangia Dewald, Catherine A. Smyth, and Aaron John Dewald


A Customized Transportation Intervention for Persons with Visual Impairments

Adele Crudden, Karla Antonelli, and Jamie O'Mally


The Experience of a Randomized Clinical Trial of Closed-Circuit Television Versus Eccentric Viewing Training for People with Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Susan J. Leat, Francie Fengqin Si, Deborah Gold, Dawn Pickering, Keith Gordon, and William Hodge

Research Report

An Assessment of the Tinder Mobile Dating Application for Individuals Who Are Visually Impaired

Gaylen Kapperman, Stacy M. Kelly, Kylie Kilmer, and Thomas J. Smith

Practice Perspectives

Who Should Be Served? A Dilemma in the Field of Blindness and Visual Impairment

Rona L. Pogrund

Should Individuals Who Do Not Fit the Traditional Definition of Visual Impairment Be Excluded from Visual Impairment Services?

Mary T. Morse

Practice Reports

The Value of Nonmeasurable Goals in Vision Rehabilitation: Two Case Studies from the Virginia Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired

Gregg Baldwin

Creative Description: Audio Describing Artistic Films for Individuals with Visual Impairments

Agnieszka Walczak


Editor's Page

Book Review

The Untold Story of the Talking Book, by Matthew Rubery

Reviewed by Gil Johnson

Statistical Sidebar

The χ2 (Chi-Square) Statistic

Robert Wall Emerson

News From the Field


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