Published by the American Foundation for the Blind. This journal is available electronically in several different databases. CINAHL has the most complete coverage, going back to 1996. WMU Libraries also have a paper subscription. Paper volumes for 1977-1983 are kept in storage and may be requested. Volumes for 1984 to the present are available at the Waldo Library. Some print volumes are also available at the Resource Center in the HHS building.
This is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed publication concerned with social research, policy, and practice. Subject content includes articles on visual impairment relevant to education, health, welfare, employment and the application of technology. Electronic full text available back to 1999.
Published by the Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired. Replaces the AER Journal. Articles are indexed in Medline, as well as Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts. Electronic full text is available starting in 2011.
Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HF) is a bimonthly peer-reviewed journal presenting original works of scientific merit that contribute to the understanding and advancement of the systematic consideration of people in relation to machines, systems, tools, and environments. Human Factors highlights fundamental human capabilities, limitations, and tendencies, as well as the basics of human performance, with the goal of promoting improvements in the human-system interface that lead to safer and more effective use
JRRD is a publication of the VA Office of Research and Development. Subject areas include: prosthetics, amputations, orthotics, and orthopedics; spinal cord injury and other neurological disorders (with particular interest in traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, and restorative therapies); communication, sensory, and cognitive aids; geriatric rehabilitation; and functional outcomes research.