Date: Spring 2000
v. 27, no. 3
The following titles have been selected from materials added
to the NLS reference collections during the winter of 2000.
Entries are arranged according to subject headings developed
and used by the NLS Reference Section for its collections.
Wherever possible, prices of publications have been
included. Full publishers' addresses are included when they
are not readily obtainable through libraries and bookstores.
Items marked with an asterisk are especially recommended for
basic reference collections in libraries serving visually
and physically handicapped readers.
__Requests for materials listed should be sent directly to
the publishers or sources cited with each entry. Items are
not available from NLS unless specifically indicated.__
Kleege, Georgina. Sight unseen. New Haven, CT: Yale
University Press, 1999. 233p. $25.
Rogers, Priscilla, and Alberta L. Orr. Establishing a
national service delivery program for older people who are
blind or visually impaired. RE:view, v. 31, fall 1999: 103-
Hager, Ronald M. Funding of assistive technology: state
vocational rehabilitation agencies and their obligation to
maximize employment. Washington: Assistive Technology
Funding and Systems Change Project (ATFSCP); and Buffalo,
NY: National Assistive Technology Advocacy Project, 1999.
28p. Single copy free. Also on the Internet at
(ATFSCP, United CerebralPalsy Associations, Suite 700,
1660 L Street NW, DC 20036).
AccessWorld: technology for consumers with visual
impairments. Bimonthly. $29.95/year. Braille,
cassette, large print, and electronic access:
AFB Press, 450 Fame Avenue,
Hanover, PA 17331.
Mates, Barbara T. Adaptive technology for the Internet:
making electronic resources accessible to all. Chicago, IL:
American Library Association, 2000. 191p. $36. (ALA Order
Fulfillment, 155 North Wacker Drive, 60606-1719).
Fleming, Joel. Take me out to the ballgame! Active
living, v. 8, Nov.-Dec. 1999: 50-51.
Carreiras, Manuel, and Carlos J. lvarez. Comprehensive
processes in braille reading. Journal of visual
impairment and blindness, v. 93, Sept. 1999: 589-595.
Hill, E.W., J.F. Hill, and M.J. Tobin. Braille: oral and
silent reading speeds. New beacon, v. 83, Nov. 1999:
CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION (CCTV)
Miles, Scarlett. Low vision and low income: so you
cannot afford a CCTV.
Dialogue, v. 38, fall 1999: 113-116.
duChossois, Georgeann. Striking the match: finding the
right college for students with learning
disabilities. Exceptional parent, v. 29, Sept. 1999: 77-82.
Fox, Douglas. The famished road. New scientist, v. 164,
Nov. 13, 1999: 38-43.
Oakes, Elizabeth H., and John Bradford, eds. Resources
for people with disabilities: a national directory. Chicago, IL:
Ferguson Publ. Co., 1998. 2v. $69.95.
Lift every voice: modernizing disability policies and
programs to serve a diverse nation. Executive
summary of the National Council on Disability, July 26,
1999. Retrieved Oct. 15, 1999.
Tessler, Linda G. How to make books on tape your best
friends. LDA newsbriefs, v. 34, Sept.-Oct. 1999:
Kapperman, Gaylen, G., and Carol Love. An analysis of
federal and state identification of students who are blind and
visually impaired. RE:view, v. 31, fall 1999: 139-143.
Are you looking for a few good workers? New York:
American Foundation for the Blind, 1999. 7p. Free. [pamphlet].
Also available on computer diskette. (11 Penn Plaza, Suite 300,
O'Day, Bonnie. Employment barriers for people with
visual impairments. Journal of visual impairment and
blindness, v. 93, Oct. 1999: 627-642.
INDIVIDUAL EDUCATION PROGRAM (IEP)
Reed, Penny, and Gayl Bowser. Assistive technology and
the IDEA: new revisions mean a greater role for technology in IEPs.
Exceptional parent, v. 29, Nov. 1999: 54-55, 57-58.
INSTITUTE OF MUSEUM AND LIBRARY SERVICES
Gregory, Gwen. The Library Services and Technology Act:
how changes from LSCA are affecting libraries.
Public libraries, v. 38, Nov.-Dec. 1999: 378-382.
Finding disability information on the Internet: a guide
for newbees. Disability resources monthly, v. 3,
Nov. 1999: 5-6.
Johnson, Doris J. Helping young children with learning
disabilities at home. LDA newsbriefs, v. 34, Sept.-
Oct. 1999: 11-13.
McLeskey, James, Daniel Henry, and Michael I. Axelrod.
Inclusion of students with learning disabilities: an
examination of data from Reports to Congress. Exceptional
children, v. 66, fall 1999: 55-66.
Library Service to Aging Population Committee of the
Management and Operation of User Services Section of Reference and
User Services Association. Library services to older adults
guidelines, revised 1999. Reference and user services
quarterly, v. 39, fall 1999: 25-27.
Golinker, Lewis, and James R. Sheldon. Medicare, managed
care, and AAC devices: obtaining an augmentative and alternative
communication (AAC) device through Medicare. Washington:
Assistive Technology Funding and Systems Change Project (ATFSCP); and
Buffalo, NY: National Assistive Technology Advocacy Project, 1999. 23p.
Single copy free. (ATFSCP, United Cerebral Palsy
Associations, Suite 700, 1660 L Street NW, DC 20036).
MOBILITY--STUDY AND TEACHING
Perla, Fabiana, and Walter D. Ducret. Guidelines for
teaching orientation and mobility to children with
multiple disabilities. RE:view, v. 31, fall 1999: 113-119.
Kelley, Melinda. Just what is MS? PN/Paraplegia news,
v. 53, Oct. 1999: 19-21.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION--VISUALLY IMPAIRED
Lieberman, Lauren J., and Cathy Houston-Wilson.
Overcoming the barriers to including students with
visual impairments and deaf-blindness in physical education.
RE:view, v. 31, fall 1999: 129-138.
SOCIAL SECURITY PROGRAMS
Gashel, James. Social security, SSI, and Medicare facts
for 2000. Braille monitor, v. 42, Dec. 1999: 945-948.
SPECIAL EDUCATION--TEACHER EDUCATION
Corn, Anne L., and Rosanne K. Silberman. Personnel
preparation programs in visual impairments: a status
report. Journal of visual impairment and blindness, v. 93,
Dec. 1999: 755-769.
Gill, John. Telecommunications: guidelines for
accessibility. London, England:
Royal National Institute for the Blind, 1999. 18p.
Free. [booklet]. (224 Great Portland Street, W1N 611).
Annual toy review. Exceptional parent, v. 29, Oct. 1999:
34-36, 38-40, 44, 46, 48, 50-56.
Di Paolo, Mario. Ready for take-off. Active living,
v.8, Nov.-Dec. 1999: 34-36.
VISUAL EXPERIENCES--VISUALLY IMPAIRED
Tinti, Carla, and others. Interactive auditory and
visual images in persons who are totally blind.
Journal of visual impairment and blindness, v. 93, Sept.