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This article suggests that advisory services for visually handicapped children are not offering an adequate level of support to pupils within mainstream schools. Because of the wide differences in the number of peripatetic teachers in each team, in the size of their individual caseloads, and in...
This article outlines the setting up o f a Talking Book Service in Ireland and the range o f options from which to choose, It reports on a meeting in Dublin in which the main talking book providers agreed to co-operate in future research and development.
Despite the increasing use of information technology in the education of the visually impaired, braille remains the only effective means by which those unable to see print can become literate. This article discusses American and British experiments which have demonstrated that many people can be...
This article details the aims and procedure of a two-day course designed to meet the job-seeking needs of blind and partially sighted students in higher education. The content of sessions is described, along with the combination of methods used in the course.
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