Skip to Content


Home  >  JVIB



Low Vision

Patients' Perceptions of the Need for Low Vision Devices—Joan A. Stelmack, Alfred A. Rosenbloom, Carl S. Brenneman, and Thomas R. Stelmack, print edition page(s) 521


The Benefits of and Barriers to Computer Use for Individuals Who Are VisuallyImpaired—Elaine Gerber, print edition page(s) 536


Quality of Life of Visually Impaired Adults Who Are Employed in Extended-Employment Programs in Israel—Arie Rimmerman and Hanna Morgenstern, print edition page(s) 551

Practice Report

Managing Knowledge in the Business Enterprise Program—Kelly Schaefer, print edition page(s) 562


Editor's Page, print edition page(s) 515

Speaker's Corner

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA): Past and Present—Susan LaVenture, print edition page(s) 517


Blindness and the Problems of Terminology—David Bolt, print edition page(s) 519

Book Review

Long Time, No See —reviewed by Deborah Kent, print edition page(s) 567

From the Field, print edition page(s) 569

News, print edition page(s) 571

Calendar, print edition page(s) 572


"If . . . , Then . . ."—Mark Richert, print edition page(s) 576


Exciting News from AccessWorld

Beginning in January 2004, AccessWorld: Technology and People with Visual Impairments, will be re-launched as a FREE, web-based magazine. While AccessWorld has always been available online, the new web-based version will offer multiple options for reading and sharing content, including a braille embosser-ready file, a printer-friendly version, and an "email this article to a friend" option. You'll also enjoy:

  • More timely access to cutting edge product evaluations
  • Sophisticated search capabilities
  • Free access to all back issues of AccessWorld

Tell your students and colleagues--help them stay informed about the latest news in technology and visual impairment!

(end advertisement)

The Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness (JVIB)--the international, interdisciplinary journal of record on blindness and visual impairment that publishes research and practice
and serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas, airing of controversies, and discussion of issues--is copyright Copyright © 2018 American Foundation for the Blind. All rights reserved.


If you would like to give us feedback, please contact us at


services iconComment on JVIB Articles

Sign in to use the new comment-on-this-article feature!

services iconAdvertising

Reach and Match: Keeping in Touch.  Empowers children with all abilities and promotes inclusion.

Low Vision Simulators Plus VSRT (Pepper) Test LUV Reading Workbook

New! Orientation and Mobility Techniques, Second Edition

Foundations of Education, Third Edition

College Bound: A Guide for Students with Visual Impairments, 2nd Edition