Two articles from the British Journal of Visual Impairment vol 22 number 2 2004 which our excellent librarian brought to my attention. If I remember rightly - tactile illustrations enable greater access to books by Jackie Norman Very good article. I believe she has written an earlier article printed in RNIBs Visability about the need for tactile books
and a book review of Touching for Knowing. Cognitive Psychology of Haptic Manual Perception by Y. Hatwll, Arlette Streri and Edouard Gentaz (eds.) publ. John Benjamins Publ. Co., ISBN 9 02725 186 X review written by Mike McLinden
and reminder for those interested in Tactile Graphics 2005 The third international conference on tactile diagrams maps and pictures. to register their interest. Was at the last one. Was excellent!
Lisa Yayla Huseby Kompetansesenter Oslo Norway lisa.yayla@xxxxxxxxxx
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