Added Entries v. 24, no. 2 Date: Winter 1997 The following titles have been selected from materials added to the NLS reference collections during the fall of 1996. 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 Copyright law amended _see_ COPYRIGHT Sources of braille reading materials _see_ BRAILLE--READING--BIBLIOGRAPHY ____________________________________________________________ ADJUSTMENT--VISUALLY IMPAIRED * Sacks, Sharon Zell, and Anne L. Corn. Students with visual impairments: do they understand their disability? Journal of visual impairment and blindness, v. 90, Sept.-Oct. 1996: 412-422. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, P.L. 101-336 ADA guide for small businesses. Washington: Disability Rights Section Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice, 1996. 15p. Free. (P.O. Box 66738 20036). AUDIO DESCRIPTION Peli, Eli, Elisabeth M. Fine, and Angela T. Labianca. Evaluating visual information provided by audio description. Journal of visual impairment and blindness, v. 90, Sept.-Oct. 1996: 378-385. Snyder, Joel. Audio description--the visual made aural. Vision enhancement, v. 1, Oct. 1996: 5-11. BRAILLE--READING Malinski, Margaret. Why parents should learn braille. Future reflections,v. 15, summer 1996: 30-34. BRAILLE--READING--BIBLIOGRAPHY * Library of Congress. National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. Sources of braille reading materials. Compiled by Carol Strauss. Washington, 1996. 36p. (Reference circular 96-02). Free. COLLEGE STUDENTS--DISABLED--ADJUSTMENT Albrecht, Abby. School daze: what I wish I had known before I started college. Exceptional parent, v. 26, Sept. 1996: 64-67. Gartin, Barbara C., Phillip Rumrill, and Riqua Serebreni. The higher education transition model: guidelines for facilitating college transition among college-bound students with disabilities. Teaching exceptional children, v. 29, Sept.-Oct. 1996: 30-33. COPYRIGHT * Copyright law amended. News (National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped), v. 27, Oct.-Dec. 1996: 1-5. CYCLING--DISABLED Axelson, Peter. Geared for action. Sports 'n spokes, v. 22, Sept.-Oct. 1996: 26-36. DISABILITIES--STATISTICS Kraus, Lewis E., Susan Stoddard, and David Gilmartin. Chartbook on disability in the United States, 1996. Washington: National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, U.S. Department of Education, 1996. 64p. Available from InfoUse, 2560 Ninth Avenue, Suite 216, Berkeley, CA 94710. DYSLEXIA Shaywitz, Sally E. Dsylexia. Scientific American, v. 275, Nov. 1996: 98-104. EDUCATION--DISABLED--LEGISLATION The Education of children and youth with special needs: what do the laws say? NICHCY news digest, interim update, Oct. 1996: 1-16 (entire issue). EMPLOYMENT--DISABLED--FEDERAL GOVERNMENT Saab, Tracie D., and Ryan D. Kittle. A central source for accommodation information: the job accommodation network works for you. Closing the gap, v. 15, Oct.-Nov. 1996: 27, 30, 37. GOLF--DISABLED O'Leary, Jack. Golf: equal rights and fair ways. Sports 'n spokes, v. 22, Nov.-Dec. 1996: 12-18. HEARING AIDS D'Agostino, Debra. A sound solution: determining the best hearing device for your child. Exceptional parent, v. 26, Nov. 1996: 58, 60-61. INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT (IDEA), P.L. 101-476 Heumann, Judith E. Dispelling the myths about special education: a message for parents. Exceptional parent, v. 26, Sept. 1996: 54-57. INTERNET--DISABLED Balas, Janet. Library ergonomics: serving special needs. Computers in libraries, v. 16, Sept. 1996: 32-34. Grant, Carl. The role of computer companies in ensuring an accessible Internet. Interface, v. 18, fall 1996: 1-4. LEARNING DISABILITIES Reiff, Henry B., Paul J. Gerber, and Rick Ginsberg. What successful adults with learning disabilities can tell us about teaching children. Teaching exceptional children, v. 29, Nov.-Dec. 1996: 10-16. LIBRARY SERVICES--DISABLED Turner, Ray. Library patrons with disabilities. San Antonio, TX: White Buffalo Press, 1996. 288p. $55. (5306 King George 78229). LOW VISION Corn, Anne L., and Alan J. Koenig, eds. Foundations of low vision: clinical and functional perspectives. New York: AFB Press, 1996. 474p. $51.95. MAINSTREAMING IN EDUCATION--BIBLIOGRAPHY Klauber, Julie, and Avery Klauber. Inclusion and parent advocacy: a resource guide. Centereach, NY: Disability Resources, Inc., 1996. 135p. $15. (Four Glatter Lane 11720). MAINSTREAMING IN EDUCATION--VISUALLY IMPAIRED Castellano, Carol. The blind child in the regular elementary classroom. Future reflections, v. 15, summer 1996: 2-16. MUSEUMS--DISABLED Smithsonian guidelines for accessible exhibition design. Washington: The Accessibility Program, Smithsonian Institution, 1996. 1v. Free. Also available in braille, audiocassette, and on computer diskette. (Arts and Industries Building, Room 1410 MRC 410, DC 20560). NATIVE AMERICANS--DISABLED D'Alonzo, Bruno J., Gerard Giordano, and Wayne Oyenque. American Indian vocational rehabilitation services: a unique project. American rehabilitation, v. 22, spring 1996: 20-26. Hassin, Jeanette. After substance abuse treatment, then what? The NARTC-Oregon tribal and vocational rehabilitation project. American rehabilitation, v. 22, spring 1996: 12-19. Lachowicz, Joseph. Developing a VR program on the Tohono O'Odham Reservation. American rehabilitation, v. 22, summer 1996: 29-30. Locust, Carol, and Jerry Lang. Walking in two worlds: Native Americans and the VR system. American rehabilitation, v. 22, spring 1996: 2-11. PARENTS--DISABLED Herman, Anne. Bringing up Donald: challenges and solutions for parents with disabilities. New mobility, v. 7, Sept. 1996: 40-44, 46-47. Jacobs, Sydney. "My mom can't walk": a child's perspective on parents with disabilities. New mobility, v. 7, Sept. 1996: 50-53. REHABILITATION--VISUALLY IMPAIRED Ponchillia, Paul E., and Susan V. Ponchillia. Foundations of rehabilitation teaching with persons who are blind or visually impaired. New York: AFB Press, 1996. 415p. $48.95. SPINAL CORD INJURY Hudgins, Lisa. The status of research: effects of SCI. PN-parapelegia news, v. 50, Oct. 1996: 68-72. SPOKEN-WORD RECORDINGS Annichiarico, Mark. To make a long story short: abridged audio at 10. Library journal, v. 121, Nov. 15, 1996: 32-34. SWIMMING--DISABLED Elliott, Gregg. Underwater equity. Sports 'n spokes, v. 22, Nov.-Dec. 1996: 45-48. TRANSITION FROM SCHOOL TO WORK Lindstrom, Lauren E., Michael R. Benz, and Michael D. Johnson. Developing job clubs for students in transition. Teaching exceptional children, v. 29, Nov.-Dec. 1996: 18-21. Whitney-Thomas, Jean, and Cheryl Hanley-Maxwell. Packing the parachute: parents' experiences as their children prepare to leave high school. Exceptional children, v. 63, fall 1996: 75-87. TRANSPORTATION--DISABLED Travel training for youth with disabilities. NICHCY transition summary, v. 9, June 1996: 1-24 (entire issue). VETERANS--DISABLED Nardizzi, Steven. What is vocational rehabilitation? EPVA action, Sept. 1996: 12-13. VISION Katz, Joanne, and James M. Tielsch. Visual function and visual acuity in an urban adult population. Journal of visual impairment and blindness, v. 90, Sept.-Oct. 1996: 367-377.