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JVIB: Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness


Año 2002. Número 96 (2)

Orientation and Mobility: Connecting Research on Retinitis Pigmentosa to the Practice of Orientation and Mobility
Duane R. Geruschat and Kathleen A. Turano, print edition pp 69
Abstract: Retinitis pigmentosa (RP) causes restriction of the visual field, progressive vision loss, and night blindness. This article presents an overview of the current management options for O&M and describes the scientific and mobility research on RP that is relevant to the work of O&M instructors
Biomedical Substrates of the Two-point Cane Technique: A Review of Research
Robert Wall, print edition pp 86
Abstract: This article reviews research on the biomechanical elements related to the most commonly used long cane technique: two-point touch. The use of several natural biomechanical tendencies supports the contention that the technique is inherently efficient
Technology: Implementation of Assistive Technology with Students Who Are Visually Impaired: Teachers' Readiness
Gerald H. Abner and Elizabeth A. Lahm, print edition pp 98
Abstract: Teachers of students of visual impairments in Kentucky were surveyed to identify the current assistive technologies their students were using and to identify the teachers' possible unmet training needs. Although the teachers had access to and used computer-based technologies, they lacked the training and support for teaching specific technologies to their students, so only half their students used these technologies
Research Note: Survey of the Use of Assistive Technology by Illinois Students Who Are Visually Impaired
Gaylen Kapperman, Jodi Sticken, and Toni Heinze, print edition pp 106
Practice Note: Home-based Environmental Lighting Assessments for People Who Are Visually Impaired: Developing Techniques and Tools
David H. Slay, print edition pp 109
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