Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications
McDonnall, M. C., Sergi, K., & Steverson, A. (2023). Comparison of assistive technology use and beliefs among employed and unemployed people who are blind. The New RE:View. Advance online publication.
McDonnall, M. C., Cmar, J. L., & McKnight, Z. (2023). How degree major and demographic factors influence employment and earnings for college graduates with visual impairments. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin. Advance Online Publication.
McDonnall, M.C., Steverson, A., Trinkowsky, R. S., & Sergi, K. (2023). Assistive technology use in the workplace by people with blindness and low vision: Perceived skill level, satisfaction, and challenges. Assistive Technology. Advance Online Publication.
Crudden, A., McDonnall, M, & Tatch, A. (2023). Unable to work? Characteristics of people with blindness and low vision who are out of the labor force. Disability and Health Journal, 16(3), 101438.
Antonelli, K., Steverson, A., & Cmar, J.L. (2023). Usability of 4to24: A transition application for parents of students with visual impairments. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 117(1), 19-29.
Crudden, A. & McKnight, Z. (2022). Out of labor force due to health reasons? An analysis of the Survey of Income and Program Participation regarding persons with visual impairments. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 45(3), 237-242.
McDonnall, M. C., Cmar, J. L., & McKnight, Z. S. (2022). The impact of WIOA on agency-level vocational rehabilitation outcomes for adults and youths with blindness and low vision. Journal of Disability Policy Studies. Advance online publication.