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NLS-REPORTS  January 2005

NLS-REPORTS January 2005

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Added Entries (v. 32, no. 2--Winter 2004)

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       Added Entries





       Date: Winter 2004
        v. 32, no.2


       The following titles have been selected from materials added to the NLS reference
       collections during fall 2004.  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.__



       __NLS Publications

       NLS flash see Digital Talking Books

       Parent's guide to the development of preschool children with disabilities see
       Children with Disabilites Bibliography_



       ASSISTIVE DEVICES

       What are assistive devices, technologies and related services? Retrieved Oct. 27,
       2004. www.itemcoalition.org/what_are_at.html.

       ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY

       Assistive technology resources, 2004. Washington: The Family Center on Technology
       and Disability. Sponsored by  U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special
       Education Programs (OSEP), 2004. 1 CD. Free. (1825 Connecticut Avenue NW,
       20009).


       ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY ACT OF  2004, P.L. 108-364

       Assistive Technology Act of 2004, P. L. 108-364.  Retrieved Oct. 25, 2004.
       http://thomas.loc.gov/bss/d108/d108laws.html.


       ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER (ADD)/ ATTENTION
       HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD)

       Shaw, Angela. ADD in girls: sugar or spice? EP magazine, v. 34, Oct. 2004: 63-65.


       BIOGRAPHY--LEADERS IN  WORK WITH THE BLIND

       Hall of fame leaders and legends of the blindness field.  Retrieved Jan. 5, 2005.
       www.aph.org/hall_fame/index.html.


       BIRDING

       Whittle, Eric. British bird sounds on CD. New beacon, v. 88, Oct. 2004: 44-46.


       BLINDNESS--DEFINITION

       Bolt, David. Terminology and the psychosocial burden of blindness. British journal of
       visual impairment, v. 22, summer 2004: 52-54.


       BRAILLE--READING

       AFB braille bug travels far in 2004-2005.  DOTS for braille literacy (Development of
       teacher support), v. 10, fall 2004.  Retrieved Nov. 2004.
       www.afb.org/Section.asp?SectionID=6&TopicID=19&DocumentID=2569.


       CEREBRAL PALSY

       Rapp, Clyde E. Cerebral palsy in adulthood. EP magazine, v. 34, Oct. 2004: 67-72.


       CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES--BIBLIOGRAPHY
       *    Library of Congress. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically
       Handicapped.  Parents' guide to the development of preschool children with
       disabilities: resources and services.  Compiled by Ruth Nussbaum and Carol Strauss.
       Washington, 2004. 32p.  Free.  Also available online at
       www.loc.gov/nls/reference/circulars/parents.html.

       COMPUTERS AND PEOPLE WITH  DISABILITES

       Brodwin, Martin G., Tristen Star, and Elizabeth Cardoso. Computer assistive
       technology for people who have disabilities: computer adaptations and modifications.
       Journal of rehabilitation, v. 70, July-Aug.-Sept. 2004: 28-33.


       DIABETES

       Bennett, Helen. Diabetes report: the children's crisis. Review of optometry, v. 141,
       Sept. 15, 2004: 90-92, 94, 96-98.


       DIGITAL TALKING  BOOKS
       *  Libraries for the blind and print disabled meeting. Retrieved Nov. 22, 2004.
       www.daisy.org/publications/docs/20041118175303/ActionItemsandProjects_V4.htm.

       *       Library of Congress. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically
       andicapped. NLS flash. Monthly. Free. Also available online at
       www.loc.gov/nls/newsletters/flash/index.html.

       *       Taylor, John M. Serving blind readers in a digital age. American libraries, v. 35,
       Dec 2004: 49-51.


       DISABILITIES--STATISTICS

       *       Freedman, Vicki A., Linda G. Martin, and Robert F. Schoeni. Disability in
       America. Population bulletin, v. 59, Sept. 2004: 1-32. entire issue.

       Landmark disability survey finds pervasive disadvantages. Retrieved Oct 22, 2004.
       www.nod.org/content.cfm?id=1537.


       DRIVING AND  PEOPLE WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENTS

       Huss, Chuck, and Anne Corn. Low vision driving with bioptics: an overview. Journal
       of visual impairment and blindness, v. 98, Oct. 2004: 641-653.

       Marta, Mary R., and Duane Geruschat. Equal protection, the ADA, and driving with
       low vision: a legal analysis. Journal of visual impairment and blindness, v. 98, Oct.
       2004: 654-667.

       Poirot, Lissa. Get it in gear. Arthritis today, v. 18, Nov.-Dec. 2004: 70-77.


       DYSLEXIA

       Reading disabilities or learning disabilities?  Retrieved Nov. 10, 2004.
       www.ldonline.org/ld_indepth/reading/reading_approaches.html.


       EDUCATION TESTING AND PEOPLE WITH  DISABILITES

       MacArthur, Charles A., and Albert R. Cavalier. Diction and speech recognition
       technology as test accommodations. Exceptional children, v. 71, fall 2004: 43-58.

       Ysseldyke, Jim, and others. What we know and need to know about the consequences
       of high-stakes testing for students with disabilities. Exceptional children, v. 71, fall
       2004: 75-94.


       EMPLOYMENT AND  PEOPLE WITH  DISABILITIES

       Roessler, Richard T., Phillip D. Rumrill, and Shawn M. Fitzgerald. Factors affecting
       the job satisfaction of employed adults with multiple sclerosis. Journal of
       rehabilitation, v. 70, July-Aug.-Sept. 2004: 42-50.


       EYE DISABILITIES

       Guide to retinal disease. Review of optometry, supplement, v. 141, Nov. 2004: 1-22
       entire issue.


       INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITES EEDUCATION ACT (IDEA), P. L.101-
       476

       Congress passes IDEA reauthorization bill. Words from Washington, v. 108, Nov.
       2004. Retrieved Nov. 22, 2004. www.afb.org/Section.asp?DocumentID=2610.


       LOW VISION

       Mogk, Lylas, and Gregory Goodrich. The history and future of low vision services in
       the United States. Journal of visual impairment and blindness, v. 98, Oct. 2004: 585-
       600.

       Scanlan, Judith M., and Joan E. Cuddeford. Low vision rehabilitation: a comparison
       of traditional and extended teaching programs. Journal of visual impairment and
       blindness, v. 98, Oct. 2004: 601-611.


       MACULAR DEGENERATION

       Wong, Elaine Y.H., and others. The experience of age-related macular degeneration.
       Journal of visual impairment and blindness, v. 98, Oct. 2004: 629-640.


       MONOCULAR   VISION

       Buys, Nicholas, and Jorge Lopez. Experience of monocular vision in Australia.
       Journal of visual impairment and blindness, v. 98, Sept. 2004: 519-533.


       PRINT-BRAILLE BOOKS

       Amato, Sheila, and Ellen Trief. Print-braille books for young children who are blind
       or visually impaired. EP magazine, v. 34, Sept. 2004: 60-63.


       SPOKEN-WORD  RECORDINGS

       Crabb, Nolan. Exploring the future of audiobooks. Dialogue, v. 43, summer 2004:
       56-64.


       TACTILE  ARTS

       Norman, Jackie.  If I remember rightly--tactile illustrations enable greater access to
       books. British journal of visual impairment, v. 22, summer 2004: 71-73.


       TOYS FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

       Schwartz, Sue.  The new language of toys: teaching communication skills to children
       with special needs: a guide for parents and teachers. 3rd ed. Bethesda, MD: Woodbine
       House, 2004. 332p. $18.95. (6510 Bells Mill Road, 20817).

       Tortoreto, Maria, comp. Toys for all, 2004. EP magazine, v. 34, Oct. 2004: 22-27.


       WHEELCHAIRS

       Pass, Amy, and Ken Thompson. Oversized/overweight mobility aids: status of the
       issue. Retrieved Nov. 4, 2004.  www.projectaction.easterseals.com/site/
       DocServer?docID=7803.

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