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NLS-REPORTS December 1997

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Added Entries v. 25, no. 1

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Added Entries v. 25, no. 1

Date:  Fall 1997                            =20

The following titles have been selected from materials
added to the NLS reference collections during the
summer of 1997.  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.=20
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.=20
Items are not available from NLS unless specifically
indicated._

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                    NLS Publications

     Learning disabilities: organizations and resources=20
     _see_ LEARNING DISABILITIES

     Reading materials in large print: a resource guide=20
     _see_ LARGE PRINT--BIBLIOGRAPHY

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AGED--DIRECTORIES

     Directory of aging resources.  4th ed.  Silver
          Spring, MD: Business Publ., 1997.  497p.=20
          $97.  (951 Pershing Drive  20910-4464).

AGED--VISUALLY IMPAIRED

     Stuen, Cynthia.  Vision rehabilitation and older
          adults: the prevention of disability.=20
          Technology and disability, v. 6, May 1997:=20
          147-158.

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, P.L. 101-336

*    A guide to disability rights laws.  Washington:
          Disability Rights Section, Civil Rights
          Division, U.S.  Department of Justice, 1997.=20
          14p.  Free.  (P.O. Box 66738  20035).  (Also
          available in large print, braille, cassette,
          and computer diskette formats).

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, P.L. 101-336--BIBLIOGRAPHY

*    Libraries and the ADA: an annotated listing of
          documents in the 1996 ADA Information File.=20
          Topeka, KS: Chief Officers of State Library
          Agencies (COSLA), InterHab, Inc., and Kansas
          State Library, 1996.  32p.  (Capitol
          Building, 300 Southwest Tenth, Room 343N=20
          66612).

BARRIER-FREE ARCHITECTURE--HOME DESIGN

     Beasley, Kim A., and Thomas D. Davies, Jr.=20
          Elevated to new heights.  PN/Paraplegia news,
          v. 51, Aug. 1997: 34-37.

     Wylde, Margaret.  Mod squad.  TeamRehab report,
          v.8, May 1997: 28-31.

BIBLIOTHERAPY

     McCarty, Heidi, and Lynne Chalmers.=20
          Bibliotherapy: intervention and prevention.=20
          Teaching exceptional children, v. 29, July-Aug. 1997: 12-17.

BIOGRAPHY--LEADERS IN WORK WITH VISUALLY IMPAIRED (A-L)

     Bellefontaine, Laurie.  The Crane story.=20
          Vancouver, BC: Crane Resource Centre,
          University of British Columbia, 1997.  95p.=20
          $8.  Also available on cassette.  (1874 East
          Mall  V6R 1Z1  CANADA).

BIOGRAPHY--TALKING BOOK NARRATORS

     Narrator profile: Grover Gardner.  AudioFile, v.6,
          July 1997: 14.

BLINDNESS--DIRECTORIES

*    Directory of services for blind and visually
          impaired persons in the United States and
          Canada, with accompanying CD-ROM.  25th ed.=20
          New York: AFB Press, 1997.  575p.  $150.  (11
          Penn Plaza, Suite 300, NY  10001).

BRAILLE

     Sullivan, Joseph E.  The future of braille.  NBA
          bulletin, v. 33, spring 1997: 16-19.

BRAILLE--INSTRUCTION

     Koenig, Alan J., and Carol Farrenkopf, comps.=20
          Assessment of braille literacy skills (ABLS).=20
          Houston, TX: Region IV Education Service
          Center, 1994.  41p.  $5.  (Special Education
          Department, 7145 West Tidewell  77092-2096).

     Wormsley, Diane P., and Frances Mary D'Andrea.=20
          Instructional strategies for braille
          literacy.  New York: AFB Press, 1997.  451p.=20
          $38.95.  Also available in braille.=20

BRAILLE--READING

*    Castellano, Carol, and Dawn Kosman.  The bridge to
          braille: reading and school success for the
          young blind child.  Baltimore, MD: National
          Organization of Parents of Blind Children,
          1997.  191p.  $12.  (1800 Johnson Street=20
          21230).


BRAILLE MUSIC

     McCann, Bill.  Automating braille music
          transcription with the GOODFEEL braille music
          translator.  Tactic, v. 13, spring 1997: 4-8.

DISABILITIES--STATISTICS

     Trupin, Laura and others.  Trends in labor force
          participation among persons with
          disabilities, 1983-1994.  Disability
          statistics report 10. Washington: U.S.
          Department of Education, National Institute
          on Disability and Rehabilitation Research,
          1997.  p. 1-39 (entire issue).

DOG GUIDES

     Young, J. Lynne.  Positive experiences with dogs:
          an important addition to the curriculum for
          blind and visually impaired children.=20
          RE:view, v. 29, summer 1997: 55-61.

HOME STUDY

     Directory of accredited institutions, 1997-98.=20
          Washington: Distance Education and Training
          Council, 1997.  (brochure).  Free.  (1601
          18th Street NW, DC  20009-2529).=20

INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT,
  P.L. 101-476--AMENDMENTS 1997

     The IDEA amendments of 1997.  NICHCY news digest,
          v. 26, Aug. 1997: 1-39.  (entire issue).

     IDEA questions and answers.  Retrieved June 1997,         =20
http://www.ed.gov/offices/OSERS/IDEA/qanda.html

     Library of Congress. Congressional Research
          Service. Individuals with Disabilities
          Education Act reauthorization legislation: an
          overview.  Compiled by Steven R. Aleman and
          Nancy Lee Jones.  Washington: 1997.  14p.=20
          (CRS Issue Brief 97-535 EPW).  Single copies
          available free from members of the U.S.
          Senate or the U.S. House of Representatives.

=0C
LARGE PRINT--BIBLIOGRAPHY

*    Library of Congress. National Library Service for
          the Blind and Physically Handicapped.=20
          Reading materials in large print: a resource
          guide.  Compiled by Gillian Mendle.=20
          Washington: 1997.  23p.  (Reference circular
          97-02).  Free.


LEARNING DISABILITIES

*    Library of Congress. National Library Service for
          the Blind and Physically Handicapped.=20
          Learning disabilities: organizations and
          resources.  Compiled by Gillian Mendle.=20
          Washington: 1997.  26p.  (Reference circular
          97-01).  Free.

LIBRARY SERVICES--DISABLED--CHILDREN

     Robinson, Cynthia A., and Frances Smardo Dowd.=20
          Public library services to disabled children:
          a national survey of large systems.  Journal
          of youth services in libraries, v. 10, spring
          1997: 283-290.

LIBRARY SERVICES--VISUALLY IMPAIRED--FOREIGN
  COUNTRIES--DIRECTORIES

*    King, Sue, ed.  International agencies for blind
          and partially sighted people.  London: IT
          Services and Systems Development, Royal
          National Institute for the Blind, 1997.  1v.=20
          =9C24.  (224 Great Portland Street  ENGLAND=20
          W1N 6AA).

SPECIAL EDUCATION--TEACHER EDUCATION

     Crutchfield, Margie.  Who's teaching our children
          with disabilities? NICHCY news digest, v. 27,
          Aug. 1997: 1-23.  (entire issue).


SPINAL CORD INJURY

     Lyman, Patty, and Steven A. Stiens.  Heart disease
          and SCI: are you at risk?  PN/Paraplegia
          news, v. 51, Aug. 1997: 40-43.

     Spinal cord injury: part 3.  American
          rehabilitation, spring 1997: 1-28.  (entire
          issue).

SPOKEN WORD RECORDINGS

     Tolkoff, Esther.  The original audiobook fans.=20
          AudioFile, v. 6, July 1997: 10-13.

VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION--VISUALLY IMPAIRED

     Kirchner, Corinne, Gil Johnson, and Don Harkins.=20
          Research to improve vocational
          rehabilitation: employment barriers and
          strategies for clients who are blind or
          visually impaired.  Journal of visual
          impairment and blindness, v. 91, July-Aug.
          1997: 377-392.=20

WOMEN AND DISABILITY

     Fisher, Louise.  Wise words for women.=20
          PN/Paraplegia news, v. 51, July 1997: 28-31.

     Hays, Nancy.  Women, age, and disabilities.=20
          TeamRehab report, v. 8, May 1997: 33-34, 36. =20

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