Clements, B., Douglas, G. And Pavey, S. (2011). Which factors affect the chances of paid employment for individuals with visual impairment in Britain? WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation, 39, 1, 21-30
Douglas, G., McLinden, M., McCall, S., Pavey, S., Ware, J., and Farrell, A. (2011). Access to print literacy for children and young people with visual impairment: findings from a review of literature. European Journal of Special Needs Education, 26, 1, 25-38.
Douglas, G., McLinden, M., Farrell, A., Ware, J., McCall, S., and Pavey, S., (2011). Access to print literacy for children and young people with visual impairment: implications for policy and practice. European Journal of Special Needs Education, 26, 1, 39-46.
Douglas, G., Pavey, S., Corcoran, C. and Eperjesi, F. (2010). Individuals' recollections of the experiences in eye clinics and understanding of their eye condition: results from a survey of visually impaired people in Britain. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 30, 6, 748-757
Douglas, G., McCall, S., McLinden, M., Pavey, S. Ware, J. and Farrell, A. (2010) International review of the literature of evidence of best practice models and outcomes in the education of blind and visually impaired children. National Council for Special Education, Ireland. 192pp. http://www.ncse.ie/
Douglas, G. Weston, A., Whittaker, J., Morley-Wilkins, S. and Robinson, D. (2009) An investigation of embossed Braille dot height for labelling on pharmaceutical products, Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 103, 10, 662-667.
Clements, B. and Douglas, G. (2009) Network 1000 Survey 1: Comparing the General and Registered Visually Impaired Populations. Peterborough: RNIB
Douglas, G. Pavey, S., Corcoran, C. and Clements, B. (2009) Visually impaired people’s access to employment. University of Birmingham, February.
Many research reports are available on the VICTAR website (http://www.education.bham.ac.uk/research/victar/research.shtml) Graeme was also the co-author of some specialist software including “Centre Touch Typing Tutor”, a software programme which was designed to assist teaching touch typing skills to visually impaired children. It was first designed and written in the 1990s within VICTAR at the University of Birmingham. Still popular, it is now available as freeware. http://epapers.bham.ac.uk/173
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