Following is a list of highly recommended publications on disabilities in higher education. We provide the direct link whenever the publication can be downloaded in full text.
Adelman, P. A., & Vogel, S. A. (1998).
Adults with learning disabilities. In B. Wong (Ed.). Learning about learning disabilities (2nd Ed.) (pp.657- 701). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
Adelman, P. B., & Vogel, S. A. (2003).
Life-style issues of adults with learning disabilities. In S. A. Vogel, G. Vogel, V. Sharoni, & O. Dahan (Eds.), Adults with learning disabilities: International perspectives (pp.315-337). Baltimore, MD: York Press.
Baron-Jeffrey, M., Vogel, S. A., & Baron-Jeffrey, A.(2003).
A support group for adults with learning disabilities. In S. A. Vogel, G. Vogel, V. Sharoni, & O. Dahan (Eds.), Adults with learning disabilities: International perspectives (pp.229-258). Baltimore, MD: York Press.
Bigaj, S. J., Shaw S. F., & McGuire, J. M. (1999).
Community-technical college faculty willingness to use and self-reported use of accommodation strategies for students with learning disabilities. The Journal of Vocational Special Needs Education, 21, 3-14.
Bisagno, J. M., & Haven, R. M. (2002).
Customizing technology solutions for college students with learning disabilities. Perspectives, 28(2), 21-26.
Brinckerhoff, L. C., McGuire, J. M., & Shaw, S. S. (2002).
Postsecondary education and transition for students with learning disabilities (2nd ed.). Austin, TX: PRO-ED, Inc.
Universal design for learning. Retrieved February 5, 2003, from http://www.cast.org/udl
Chelberg, G., Harbour, W., & Juarez, R. L. (1998).
Accessing student life: Steps to improve the campus climate for disabled students.
Downey, D. M., & Snyder, L. E. (2001).
Curricular accommodations for college students with language learning disabilities. Topics in Language Disorders, 21(2), 55-67.
Farone, M. C., Hall, E. W., & Costello, J. J. (1998).
Postsecondary disability issues: An inclusive identification strategy. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 13(1), 35-45.
Fichten, C., Barile, M., Asuncion, J, Judd, D, Alapin, I., Reid, E., et al. (1998).
A comparison of postsecondary students with disabilities and service providers: Views about computer and information technologies. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 13(1), 35-45.
Finn, L. L. (1998).
Students' perceptions of beneficial LD accommodations and services at the postsecondary level. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 13(1), 46-67.
Hall, C. W., Spruill, K. L., & Webster, R. E. (2002).
Motivational and attitudinal factors in college students with and without learning disabilities. Learning Disability Quarterly, 25(2), 79-86.
Henderson, C. (2001).
College freshman with disabilities: A biennial statistical report . Washington, DC: American Council on Education. http://www.gwu.edu/bookstore/pdf/health_resource_directory.pdf
Hendrix, P., & Birkmire, M. (1997).
Adapting web browsers for accessibility. Washington, DC: American Council on Education.
Hill, J. L. (1996).
Speaking out: Perceptions of students with disabilities regarding adequacy of services and willingness of faculty to make accommodations. Journal of Postsecondary, Education and Disability, 12(1), 22-43.
Hitchings, W. E., Luzzo, D. A., Ristow, R., Horvath, M., Retish, P., & Tanners, A. (2001).
The career development needs of college students with learning disabilities: In their own words. Learning Disabilities Research and Practice, 16(1), 8-17.
Illinois Department of Human Services. (2000).
Guidelines for meeting the communication needs of individuals with hearing loss. Springfield, IL: Bureau of Provider Assistance and Correspondence.
Keim, J., McWhirter, J. J., & Bernstein, B.L. (1996).
Academic success and university accommodation for learning disabilities: Is there a relationship? Journal of College Student Development, 37(5), 502-509.
Kincaid, J. M., & Rawlinson, S. J. (1999).
Americans with Disabilities Act: Responsibilities for postsecondary institutions serving deaf and hard of hearing, Questions and Answers . Midwest Center of Postsecondary Outreach and Postsecondary Programs Network.
Lehmann, J. P., Davies, T. G., & Laurin, K. M. (2000).
Listening to student voices about postsecondary education. Teaching Exceptional Children, 32(5), 60-65.
Leyser, Y., Vogel, S. A., Brulle, A., & Wyland, S. (1998).
Faculty attitudes and practices regarding students with disabilities: Two decades after implementation of Section 504. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 13(3), 5-19.
Leyser, Y., Vogel, S. A., Sharoni, V., & Vogel, G. (2003).
Faculty attitude toward students with learning disabilities in higher education in college of education in Israel and the United States: A comparative study. In S. A. Vogel, G. Vogel, V. Sharoni, & O. Dahan (Eds.), Adults with learning disabilities: International perspectives (pp.201-225). Baltimore, MD: York Press.
Miller, M. (1997).
Resilience in university students who have learning disabilities. Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 8(2), 89-95.
National Center for Education Statistics. (2000).
Percentage of undergraduates who reported a disability or difficulty and among those who did, the percentage of distribution, by type of disability. Retrieved January 27, 2003, from http://nces.ed.gov/surveys/npsas/table_library/tables/npsas49.asp
National Center for Education Statistics. (2000).
Percentage of 1999-2000 undergraduates who reported a disability or not, their average age, and percentage of distributions (by columns) of demographic characteristics, according to disability status. Retrieved January 27, 2003, from http://nces.ed.gov/surveys/npsas/table_library/tables/npsas106.asp
National Center on Deafness. (1998).
Focus on faculty: Effective pedagogy with students who are deaf and hard of hearing. Northridge, CA: California State University, Western Region Outreach Center & Consortia.
Postsecondary Education Programs Network. (2002).
Using technology to enhance educational services for students who are deaf or hard of hearing in postsecondary education . St. Paul, MN: St. Paul Technical College, Midwest Center for Postsecondary Outreach.
Raskind, M. H., & Higgins, E. L. (1998).
Assistive technology for postsecondary students with learning disabilities: An overview. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 31(1), 27-40.
Reis, S. M., Neu, T. W., & McGuire, J. M. (1997).
Case studies of high-ability students with learning disabilities who have achieved. Exceptional Children, 63(4), 463-479.
Rosenfeld, S. J. (2003).
Rouse, V. (1999).
Making the web accessible. Computers in Libraries, 19(6) 48-50, 52-53.
Schroeder, P. (1998).
Access to multimedia technology by people with sensory disabilities. National Council on Disability, (PDF file) Washington DC.
Scott, S. S., & Gregg, N. (2000).
Meeting the evolving education needs of faculty in providing access for college students with LD. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 33(2), 158-167.
Senge, J. C., & Dote-Kwan, J. (1998).
Responsibilities of colleges and universities to provide print access for students with visual impairments. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 92(5), 269-275.
Shaw, R. A. (1999).
The case for course substitutions as a reasonable accommodation for students with foreign language learning disabilities. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 32(4), 320-328, 349.
Sweener, K., Kundert, D., May, D., & Quinn, K. (2002).
Comfort with accommodations at the community college level. Journal for Developmental Education, 23(3), 12-18, 42.
Thomas, S. B. (2000).
College students and disability law.
The Journal of Special Education, 33(4), 248-257.
Thompson, A. R., Bethea, L., & Turner, J. (1997).
Faculty knowledge of disability laws in higher education: A survey . Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 40(3) 166-181.
U. S. Department of Education. (2002).
Students with disabilities preparing for postsecondary education: Know your rights and responsibilities.
Washington, DC: Government Printing Office.
U. S. Department of Justice. (2001).
A guide to disability rights laws. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office.
U. S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. (2001).
The Americans with Disabilities Act: Questions and Answers. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office.
Vickery, L. J., & McClure, M. D. (1998).
The 4 P's of accessibility in post-secondary education: Philosophy, policy, procedures, and programs.
Vogel, S. A. (2000).
College students with learning disabilities: A handbook for college students, admissions officers, faculty, and administrators (7th ed.). Self-published. Available through Learning Disabilities Association of America, Pittsburgh, PA.
Vogel, S. A.(2003).
Foreward thinking: Adults with learning disabilities/dyslexia in the new millennium. In S. A. Vogel, G. Vogel, V. Sharoni, & O. Dahan (Eds.), Adults with learning disabilities: International perspectives (pp.371-377). Baltimore, MD: York Press.
Vogel, S. A. (2001).
The challenge of international research in learning disabilities. In D. Hallahan, & B. Keogh (Eds.), Research and global perspectives in learning disabilities Essays in honor of William M. Cruickshank
(pp. 329-336). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publisher.
Vogel, S. A., & Adelman, P. K. (Eds.).(1993)
Success for college students with learning disabilities . New York: Springer-Verlag.
Vogel, S. A., Leonard, F., Scales, W., Hayeslip,E., Hermanson,J., & Donnells,L. (1998).
The National Learning Disabilities Postsecondary Data Bank: An overview. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 31(3), 234-247.
Vogel, S. A., Leyser, Y., Wyland, S., & Brulle, A. (1999).
Students with learning disabilities in higher education: Faculty attitude and practices. Learning Disabilities Research and Practice, 14(3), 173-186.
Vogel, S. A., & Reder, S. (1998).
Educational attainment of adults with learning disabilities. In S. A. Vogel and S. Reder (Eds.), Learning disabilities, literacy, and adult education (pp. 5-28). Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes.
Vogel, S. A., & Reder, S.(2001).
International perspectives on dyslexia. In A. Fawcett (Ed.), Dyslexia: Theory and good practice (pp. 218-227). London, England: Whurr.
Vogel, S. A., Vogel, G., Sharoni, V., & Orit, D., (Eds).(2003).
Adults with learning disabilitities and beyond: An international perspective. Baltimore MD: York Press.
Wolanin, T. R., & Steele, P.E. (2004).
Higher education opportunities for students with disabilities: A Primer for policymakers. Retrieved August, 2004, from http://www.ihep.com/Pubs/PDF/DisabilitiesReport2004.pdf
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