[nFBMI-Talk] SASS Article Fwd: [Nfbnet-members-list] National Federation of the Blind Publishes New Issue of The Journal of Blindness Innovation and Research
jj at bestmidi.com
Tue Dec 18 05:54:37 UTC 2018
Signal boosting this to point out that our own SASS program is
represented here, thanks to the tireless work of Lydia Schuck who wrote
the included article. Her name should really be first on that article,
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Subject: [Nfbnet-members-list] National Federation of the Blind
Publishes New Issue of The Journal of Blindness Innovation and Research
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2018 19:30:39 +0000
From: Blake, Lou Ann via NFBNet-Members-List
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Reply-To: Blake, Lou Ann <LBlake at nfb.org>
To: nfbnet-members-list at nfbnet.org <nfbnet-members-list at nfbnet.org>
The National Federation of the Blind (NFB) published Volume 8, Number 2
of The Journal of Blindness Innovation and Research (JBIR) on December
13, 2018. You can access the table of contents and articles in this
issue at JBIR Vol. 8 No.
Research manuscripts included in this issue are:
* The Impact of Attitudes and Access to Mentors on the Interest in STEM
for Teens and Adults who are Blind. Edward C. Bell, Ph.D., and Arielle
M. Silverman, Ph.D.
* Improving Student Self-Efficacy: The Role of Inclusive and Innovative
Out of School Programming for Students with Blindness and Visual
Impairments. Kathleen M. Farrand, Natalie Shaheen, Tiffany Wild, Julia
Averil, and Danene Fast.
* Experiences of Students who are Visually Impaired Receiving Services
by Disabilities Support Services (DSS) Offices in Higher Education
Institutions. Silvia M. Correa-Torres, Paula Conroy, Amber Rundle-Kahn,
and Tara Brown-Ogilvie.
Professional practice articles included in this issue are:
* Field Classes in Residential Adjustment to Blindness Training
Programs. Justin M. Salisbury, MA, NOMC, NCRTB, NCUEB.
* Transportation Accessibility: Exploring the Input of Individuals Who
are Blind to Create an In-Service Training for Bus Drivers. Danene K. Fast.
Other scholarly work included in this issue:
* Evaluation Report: Sensational Activities in Summer Science 2017.
Donna Posont, Jason Meddaugh, Fred Wurtzel, and Lydia Schuck
JBIR is the NFB's free, open-access, online-only professional journal
that publishes peer-reviewed, original research manuscripts, and
professional practice articles that deal with all aspects of blindness
other than the medical. Practice-based articles that share the author's
expertise in how best-practices can improve education and rehabilitation
outcomes are strongly encouraged. To learn more about JBIR and how to
become an author or peer reviewer, please visit the JBIR Home
Lou Ann Blake, J.D.
Deputy Executive Director, Jernigan Institute
200 East Wells Street, Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 659-9314, extension 2221| lblake at nfb.org<mailto:lblake at nfb.org>
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