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The Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness is the essential professional resource for information about visual impairment (that is, blindness or low vision). The international peer-reviewed journal of record in the field, it delivers current research and best practice information, commentary from authoritative experts on critical topics, News From the Field, and a calendar of important events.

Practitioners and researchers, policymakers and administrators, counselors and advocates rely on JVIB for its delivery of cutting-edge research and the most up-to-date practices in the field of visual impairment and blindness. Available in print and online 24/7, JVIB offers immediate access to information from the leading researchers, teachers of students with visual impairments (often referred to as TVIs), orientation and mobility (O&M) practitioners, vision rehabilitation therapists (often referred to as VRTs), early interventionists, and low vision therapists (often referred to as LVTs) in the field.

Whether you're a reader, aspiring author, prospective advertiser, or would like to become a peer reviewer, you can find all the information you need in JVIB.

Read JVIB and Earn CEs

The Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Education Professionals (ACVREP) and the Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired (AER) have partnered to provide you with ACVREP-approved continuing education hours (CEs) that can be earned by reading JVIB articles! Every issue of JVIB offers at least two articles that can be read to earn CEs. Simply go to AER's Continuing Education page to see the latest CE opportunities.

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Subscribe today and find information and news to help you work effectively in today's fast-paced world! You can also connect with a dynamic interactive learning community of readers like you by commenting on JVIB articles and connecting with other readers to discuss topics that interest you. Take an in-depth look at hot topics challenging the field in JVIB's annual special issues.