Vol 8, No 2 (2018)

Table of Contents

Research Manuscripts

The Impact of Attitudes and Access to Mentors on the Interest in STEM for Teens and Adults who are Blind HTML BRF
Edward C. Bell, Ph.D., and Arielle M. Silverman, Ph.D.
Improving Student Self-Efficacy: The Role of Inclusive and Innovative Out of School Programming for Students with Blindness and Visual Impairments HTML BRF
Kathleen M. Farrand, Natalie Shaheen, Tiffany Wild, Julia Averil, and Danene Fast
Experiences of Students who are Visually Impaired Receiving Services by Disabilities Support Services (DSS) Offices in Higher Education Institutions HTML BRF
Silvia M. Correa-Torres, Paula Conroy, Amber Rundle-Kahn, and Tara Brown-Ogilvie

Professional Practice

Field Classes in Residential Adjustment to Blindness Training Programs HTML BRF
Justin M. Salisbury, MA, NOMC, NCRTB, NCUEB
Transportation Accessibility: Exploring the Input of Individuals Who are Blind to Create an In-Service Training for Bus Drivers HTML BRF
Danene K. Fast

Other Scholarly Work

Evaluation Report: Sensational Activities in Summer Science 2017 HTML BRF
Donna Posont, Jason Meddaugh, Fred Wurtzel, and Lydia Schuck

The Journal of Blindness Innovation and Research is copyright (c) 2018 to the National Federation of the Blind. ISSN: 2155-2894