Publications

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Moyer, J. (2009). A Family Affair. In Meyer, D. (Ed.). Thicker than Water: Essays of Adult Siblings of People with Disabilities. Bethesda, MD: Woodbine House.

Linsenmeier, C. and Moyer, J. (2006). Reaching Across The Divide: Visual Disability, Childhood, and American History. In Safford, P. l., and Safford, E.J. (Eds.). Children with Disabilities in America: A Historical Handbook and Guide. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Moyer, J. (2005). Losing It, Finding It. In Canfield, J., Hansen, M.V., Carter, C. C., Palomares, S., Williams, L.K., and Winch, B.L. (Eds.). Chicken Soup for the Soul: Stories for a Better World. Deerfield Beach, FL: Health Communications, Inc.

Moyer, J. (2004). The Rules of the ‘Game’. In Klein, S. D., and Kemp, J. D. (Eds.). Reflections From A Different Journey. New York: McGraw Hill.

Eshilian, L., Moyer, J., and Villalobos, P. J. (2002). Empowering Secondary Students to Take the Lead. Creativity and Collaborative Learning. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing.

Harkins, D. and Moyer, J. (1997). Employer Relations: Job Development, Job Retention, and Job Accommodation. In Moore, J.E., Graves, W.H., and

Patterson, J.B. (Eds.) Foundations of Rehabilitation Counseling with Persons Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired. New York: AFB Press.

Numerous other professional articles in refereed journals on employment technology, reasonable accommodation, and visual impairment

Publications with Articles About Jeff Moyer

Greenwald, L. (2007). The Viking. In Heroes with a Thousand Faces: True Stories of People with Facial Deformities and their Quest for Acceptance. Cleveland, OH: Cleveland Clinic Press.

Fleming, M. (2002). A Place at the Table. USA: Oxford University Press.

Itrich, W.D. (2001). Troubadour. In We’re the People, Too: Tales from America’s Largest Minority. Vancouver, WA: Champion Press, Ltd.

Moyer, J. (2000). His Brother’s Keeper. In Waldman, J. and Dworkis, J. L. (Eds.). The Courage to Give. Berkeley, CA: Conari Press.

Long, M.E. (1992). The Sense of Sight. In National Geographic, 182 #5, 3-41.