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A girl with glasses writes with a pencil.

Writing 2006, SERC Library

By Charlotte Cushman
A teenage boy with headphones sits at a computer.

Technologies of Resistance/Resisting Technology: Braille, Computers, and Literacy for the Visually Impaired

By Charlotte Cushman
Image of Mountbatten braillewriter

Technology and Early Braille Literacy: Using the Mountbatten Pro Brailler in Primary-grade Classrooms

By Charlotte Cushman
A teacher speaks to a boy wearing glasses

Blind Children's Representations of Complex Scenes in a Narrative

By Charlotte Cushman
A study to determine how blind children conceptually represent the temporal and spatial relationships
Teenage girl with fingers on computer keyboard

Assessing Writing Software Tools for People with Vision Impairment, Learning Disability, and/or Low Literacy

By Charlotte Cushman
Logo of Signs of Literacy Project

Signs of Literacy Project: Gallaudet University

By Charlotte Cushman
A young child looks at a book with the letter D and a picture of a duck.

Research-to-Practice: Center for Early Literacy Learning (CELL)

By Charlotte Cushman
Girl with glasses uses an adapted keyboard and computer

Toward Positive Literacy Outcomes for Students with Significant Developmental Disabilities

By Charlotte Cushman
A boy with glasses draws on a piece of paper.

A Survey on Literacy Instruction for Students with Multiple Disabilities

By Charlotte Cushman
A young boy watches attentively as adult signs to him.

The Role of the TVI in Literacy Instruction for Students who are Deafblind

By Charlotte Cushman
Two boys look at a book of picture symbols together.

The NCDB Outcomes and Performance Indicators: Literacy

By Charlotte Cushman
A teenage boy uses a Braille Note.

Instruction of Keyboarding Skills: A Whole Language Approach to Teaching Functional Literacy Skills to Students who are Blind and Have Additional Disabilities

By Charlotte Cushman
A boy wearing headphones looks at a computer keyboard.

Word Reading and Processing of the Identity and Order of Letters by Children with Low Vision and Sighted Children

By Charlotte Cushman
A girl uses a handheld magnifier to read a bus schedule.

Reading by Children with Low Vision

By Charlotte Cushman

Low Vision Meta-Analysis

By Charlotte Cushman
Examination of the research evidence on low vision stimulation, development, and devices.
Girl uses an adapted keyboard to access a computer

Low Vision Affects the Reading Process Quantitatively But Not Qualitatively

By Charlotte Cushman
Boy uses handheld magnifier to read a line of print.

Literacy Skills of Children with Low Vision

By Charlotte Cushman
A boy with glasses looks at a line of print with his teacher.

Literacy and Australians with Low Vision

By Charlotte Cushman
Two boys read braille books together.

Social Experiences of Beginning Braille Readers in Literacy Activities: Qualitative and Quantitative Findings of the ABC Braille Study

By Charlotte Cushman
A young girl looks at a book with her parents.

Literacy in Early Intervention for Children with Visual Impairments: Insights from Individual Cases

By Charlotte Cushman

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