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16 References and Further Reading


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16.1 Further reading


The Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness contains regular contributions on all aspects of visual impairment and blindness, including reports on developments in assistive technology.

17 Acknowledgements


I would like to thank all those who have helped, directly or indirectly, in the creation of this Web resource. I also owe a great deal to other members of the project team for their useful comments and criticism, to Mick Healey for heading up yet another invaluable contribution to educational best practice, and to Phil Gravestock for his unflagging enthusiasm and unstinting help in all phases of the project. Specific mention should be made of Anne Simpson, at Glasgow University's Special Needs Service, for unearthing the reference to Blind Jack; and to Professor Helen Petrie for explaining the work of the National Centre for Tactile Diagrams.
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