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General References (Postsecondary students with disabilities) top

  • Allington, R. L. (2002). You can't learn much from books you can't read. Educational Leadership, 60(3), 16-19.
  • Angeli, M. (June 2009). Access and equity for all students: Meeting the needs of students with disabilities. No. 09-15. Eureka, CA: California Postsecondary Education Commission.
  • Austin-Wells, V., Zimmerman, T., & McDougall, G. J. (2003). An optimal delivery format for presentations targeting older adults. Educational Gerontology, 29(6), 493-501.
  • Calman, L. J., & Tarr-Whelan, L. (2005). Early childhood education for all: A wise investment. Recommendations Arising from a Conference “The Economic Impacts of Child Care and Early Education: Financing Solutions for the Future”, Sponsored by Legal Momentum’s Family Initiative and the MIT Workplace Center.
  • Clark, J. L. (April 9, 2010). Deaf, blind, and deserving of a college degree. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 56(30).
  • Cortiella, C. (2008). What you need to know about NIMAS. Exceptional Parent, 38(2),  38.
  • DaDeppo, L. M. W. (2009). Integration factors related to the academic success and intent to persist of college students with learning disabilities. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice, 24(3), 122-131.
  • Denhart, H. (2008). Deconstructing barrier: Perceptions of students labeled with learning disabilities in higher education. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 41(6), 483-497. doi:10.1177/0022219408321151
  • Englert, S., Zhao, Y., Dunsmore, K., Collings, Y., & Wolbers, K. (2007). Scaffolding the writing of students with disabilities through procedural facilitation: Using an internet-based technology to improve performance. Learning Disability Quarterly, 30(1), 9-29.
  • Fichten, C. S., Asuncion, J. V., Barile, M., Ferraro, V., & Wolforth, J. (2009). Accessibility of e-learning and computer and information technologies for students with visual impairments in postsecondary education. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 103(9), 543-557.
  • Fichten, C. S., Ferraro, V., Asuncion, J. V., Chwojka, C., Barile, M., Nguyen, M. N., Wolforth, J. (2009). Disabilities and e-learning problems and solutions: An exploratory study. Educational Technology and Society, 12(4), 241-256.
  • Frymier, A. B., & Wanzer, M. B. (2003). Examining differences in perceptions of students' communication with professors: A comparison of students with and without disabilities. Communication Quarterly, 51(2), 174-191. doi:10.1080/01463370309370149
  • Gregg, N. (2007). Underserved and unprepared: Postsecondary learning disabilities. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice, 22(4), 219-228.
  • Harrysson, B., Svensk, A., & Johansson, G. I. (2004). How people with developmental disabilities navigate the internet. British Journal of Special Education, 31(3), 138-142. doi:10.1111/j.0952-3383.2004.00344
  • Holloway, S. (2001). The experience of higher education from the perspective of disabled students. Disability & Society, 16(4), 597-615.
  • Hove, M. C., & Corcoran, K. J. (2008). If you post it, will they come? lecture availability in introductory psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 35(2), 91-95. doi:10.1080/00986280802004560
  • Jorgensen, S., Fichten, C. S., Havel, A., Lamb, D., James, C., & Barile, M. (2007). Academic performance of college students with and without disabilities: An archival study. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy/Revue Canadienne De Counseling Et De Psychothérapie, 39(2), 101-117.
  • Joseph, M. A. M. (2010). A phenomenological study exploring the educational, vocational and social experiences of college educated individuals who are visually impaired. (Unpublished PhD). College of Education of Ohio University,
  • Leu, D. J., Zawilinski, L., Castek, J., Banerjee, M., Housand, B., Liu, Y., & O’Neil, M. (2007). What is new about the new literacies of online reading comprehension? In L. Rush, J. Eakle & A. Berger (Eds.), Secondary school literacy: What research reveals for classroom practices ( pp. 37-68). Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English.
  • Luck, M. (2009). The equal right to inequality: Equality and utility in on-and off-campus subject delivery. Distance Education, 30(3), 443-446.
  • Mallett, R., Runswick-Cole, K., & Collingbourne, T. (2007). Guide for accessible research dissemination: Presenting research for everyone. Disability & Society, 22(2), 205-207.
  • May, A. L., & Stone, C. (2010). Stereotypes of individuals with learning disabilities: Views of college students with and without learning disabilities. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 43(6). 483-499. doi:10.1177/0022219409355483
  • Mendelsohn, S., Edyburn, D. L., Rust, K. L., Schwanke, T. D., & Smith, R. O. (2008). Using assistive technology outcomes research to inform policy related to the employment of individuals with disabilities. Assistive Technology, 20(3), 139-148.
  • Murray, C., Wren, C. T., & Keys, C. (2008). University faculty perceptions of students with learning disabilities: Correlates and group differences. Learning Disability Quarterly, 31(3), 95-113.
  • Orr, A. C., & Hammig, S. B. (2009). Inclusive postsecondary strategies for teaching students with learning disabilities: A review of the literature. Learning Disability Quarterly, 32(3), 181-196.
  • Pace, D., & Schwartz, D. (2008). Accessibility in post secondary education: Application of UDL to college curriculum. US-China Education Review, 5(12), 20-26.
  • Price, L. (2007). Lecturers’ vs. students’ perceptions of the accessibility of instructional materials. Instructional Science, 35(4), 317-341. doi:10.1007/s11251-006-9009-y
  • Sapp, W. (2009). Universal design: Online educational media for students with disabilities. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 103(8), 495-500.
  • Seo, Y., Abbott, R. D., & Hawkins, J. D. (2008). Outcome status of students with learning disabilities at ages 21 and 24. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 41(4), 300-314.  doi:10.1177/0022219407311308
  • Shaw, S. F., Madaus, J. W., & Banerjee, M. (2009). Enhance access to postsecondary education for students with disabilities. Intervention in School and Clinic, 44(3), 185-190.  doi:10.1177/1053451208326047
  • Skinner, M. E. (2007). Faculty willingness to provide accommodations and course alternatives to postsecondary students with learning disabilities. International Journal of Special Education, 22(2), 32-45.
  • Sparks, R. L., & Lovett, B. J. (2009). College students with learning disabilities diagnoses: Who are they and how do they perform? Journal of Learning Disabilities, 42(6), 494-510.  doi:10.1177/0022219409338746
  • Thurlow, M. L., Moen, R. E., Liu, K. K., Scullin, S., Hausmann, K. E., & Shyyan, V. (2009). Disabilities and reading: Understanding the effects of disabilities and their relationship to reading instruction and assessment. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota, Partnership for Accessible Reading Assessment.
  • Troiano, P. F., Liefeld, J. A., & Trachtenberg, J. V. (2010). Academic support and college success for postsecondary students with learning disabilities. Journal of College Reading and Learning, 40(2), 35-44.
  • Williams, P., & Nicholas, D. (2006). Testing the usability of information technology applications with learners with special educational needs (SEN). Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, 6(1), 31-41.  doi:10.1111/J.1471-3802.2006.00057.x
  • Wolfe, G. L., & Lee, C. (2007). Promising practices for providing alternative media to postsecondary students with print disabilities. Learning Disabilities Research & Practice, 22(4), 256-263. doi:10.1111/j.1540-5826.2007.00254.x

Legal top

  • Brady, K. P. (2004). Section 504 student eligibility for students with reading disabilities: A primer for advocates. Reading & Writing Quarterly, 20(3), 305-329. doi:10.1080/10573560490446349
  • Cope, D. D. (2005). The courts, the ADA, and the academy. Academic Questions, 19(1), 37-47. doi:10.1007/s12129-005-1051-8
  • Flygare, T. J. (2000). Students with learning and psychiatric disabilities: New challenges for colleges and universities. Washington, D.C.: National Association of College and University Attorneys.
  • House judiciary subcommittee on the constitution, civil rights, and civil liberties hearing - achieving the promise of the Americans with disabilities act in the digital age - current issues, challenges, and opportunities: House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties, House of Representatives, (2010).
  • Holler, R. A., & Zirkel, P. A. (2008). Section 504 and public schools: A national survey concerning “Section 504-only” students. NASSP Bulletin, 92(1), 19-43. doi:10.1177/0192636508314106
  • Jones, N. L. (2010). The Americans with disabilities act: Application to the internet. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service.
  • Jones, N. L. (2010). The Americans with disabilities act: Final ruling amending title II and title II regulations. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service.
  • Jones, N. L. (2010). The Americans with disabilities act: Statutory language and recent issues. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service.
  • Jones, N. L. (2010). The ADA amendments act: P.L. 110-325. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service.
  • Jones, N. L. (2010). The ADA amendments act: Judicial decisions relating to testing accommodation. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service.
  • Jones, N. L. (2010). Section 504 of the rehabilitation act of 1973: Prohibiting discrimination against individuals with disabilities in programs or activities receiving federal assistance. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service.
  • Jones, N. L. (2010). The individuals with disabilities education act (IDEA): Selected judicial developments following the 2004 reauthorization. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service.
  • Jones, N. L. (2008). The Americans with disabilities act: Supreme court decisions. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service.
  • Jones, N. L. (2008). The Americans with disabilities act: The definition of disability. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service.
  • Jones, N. L., & Toland, C. J. (2010). Education of individuals with disabilities: The individuals with disabilities education act (IDEA), section 504 of the rehabilitation act, and the Americans with disabilities act (ADA). Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service.
  • Jones, N. L., & Toland, C. J. (2010). Individuals with disabilities education act (IDEA): Supreme Court decisions. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service.
  • Kaufman, H. E. (2005). Access to institutions of higher education for students with disabilities. Washington, D.C.: National Association of College and University Attorneys.
  • Madaus, J. W., & Shaw, S. F. (2004). Section 504: Differences in the regulations for secondary and postsecondary education. Intervention in School and Clinic, 40(2), 81-87. doi:10.1177/10534512040400020301
  • McMenamin, M. M., & Zirkel, P. A. (2003). OCR rulings under section 504 and the Americans with disabilities act: Higher education student cases. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 16(2), 55-62.
  • Naughton, B. A. (2008). A primer on the higher education act (HEA). Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service.
  • Scott, R. E. (1999). OCR letter: California state college, long beach. Retrieved from http://people.rit.edu/easi/law/lbeach.htm.
  • Stoll, A. (2005). The higher education act: Reauthorization status and issues. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Research Service.
  • Thomas, S. B. (2000). College students and disability law. The Journal of Special Education, 33(4), 248-257. doi:10.1177/002246690003300408
  • United States Department of Education. (2010). Electronic book reader dear colleague letter: Questions and answers about the law, the technology, and the population affected. Retrieved from http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/504-qa-20100629.html.
  • United States Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division. (2010). Speeches, statements & testimony of the office of the assistant attorney general. Retrieved from http://www.justice.gov/crt/speeches/.
  • Walker, C. J. (2006). Adequate access or equal treatment: Looking beyond the IDEA to section 504 in a post-schaffer public school. Stanford Law Review, 58, 1563-1622.

Legislative top

  • Higher education opportunity act of 2008 (H.R. 4137) P.L. 110-315.
  • Higher education opportunity act of 2008 (H.R. 4137) congressional report (110-500.)
  • Higher education opportunity act of 2008 (H.R. 4137) congressional report (110-803.)
  • Higher education opportunity act of 2008 (H.R. 4137) bill tracking.
  • Individuals with disabilities education act of 2004 (H.R. 1350) P.L. 108-446.
  • Individuals with disabilities education act of 2004 (H.R. 1350) congressional report (108-077.)
  • Individuals with disabilities education act of 2004 (H.R. 1350) congressional report (108-779).
  • Higher education opportunity act of 2008 (H.R. 4137) legislative history.
  • Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 4137) to amend and extend the higher education act of 1965, and for other purposes (H.R. 956) congressional report (110-523).
  • ADA amendments act of 2008 (H.R. 3195) P.L. 110-325.
  • ADA amendments act of 2008 (H.R. 3195) legislative history.
  • Higher education amendments of 2005 (S. 1614).
  • Higher education amendments of 2005 (S. 1614) senate report (109-218).
  • Higher education amendments of 2005 (S. 1642).
  • Higher education amendments of 2005 (S. 1642) senate report (110-231).
  • Twenty-first century communications and video accessibility act of 2010 (H.R. 3101).

Copyright top

  • Adler, A. (2009). RE: Comments in response to notice of inquiry on facilitating access to copyrighted works for the blind or persons with other disabilities.
  • Delfs, E.,& Adler, A. Copyright issues – AAP position paper presented at AHEAD 2004. Retrieved from http://www.ahead.org/resources/e-text.
  • Nelson, E. (2009). Copyright and distance education: The impact of the technology, education, and copyright harmonization act. AACE Journal, 17(2), 83-101.

E-Books and Online Education top

  • Anderson-Inman, L. (2009). Supported eText: Literacy scaffolding for students with disabilities. Journal of Special Education Technology, 24(3), 1-8.
  • Ash, K. (2010), Textbooks in transition. I.  Retrieved from http://www.edweek.org/dd/articles/2010/10/20/01digtextbooks.h04.html
  • Badge, J. L., Dawson, E., Cann, A. J., & Scott, J. (2008). Assessing the accessibility of online learning. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 45(2), 103-113.
  • Berg, S. A., Hoffmann, K., & Dawson, D. (2010). Not on the same page: Undergraduates' information retrieval in electronic and print books. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 26(6), 518-525
  • Crow, K. L. (2008). The legal environment of accessible postsecondary online learning. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 9(2), 169-179.
  • de Jong, M. T., & Bus, A. G. (2003). How well suited are electronic books to supporting literacy? Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 3(2), 147-164. doi:10.1177/14687984030032002
  • Douglas, K. H., Ayres, K. M., Langone, J., Bell, V., & Meade, C. (2009). Expanding literacy for learners with intellectual disabilities: The role of supported eText. Journal of Special Education Technology, 24(3), 35-44.
  • Grant, J. M. A. (2004). Are electronic books effective in teaching young children reading and comprehension? International Journal of Instructional Media, 31(3), 303-308.
  • Heider, K., Laverick, D. A., & Bennett, B. (2009). Digital textbooks: The next paradigm shift in higher education? AACE Journal, 17(2), 103-112.
  • Horney, M. A., Anderson-Inman, L., & Terra, F. (2009). Exploring the effects of digital note taking on student comprehension of science texts. Journal of Special Education Technology, 24(3), 45-61.
  • Irwin, M. M., & Gerke, J. D. (2004). Web-based information and prospective students with disabilities: A study of liberal arts colleges. Educause Quarterly, 27(4), 51-59.
  • Izzo, M. V., Yurick, A., & McArrell, B. (2009). Supported eText: Effects of text-to-speech on access and achievement for high school students with disabilities. Journal of Special Education Technology, 24(3), 9-20.
  • Kang, Y. Y., Wang, M. J. J., & Lin, R. (2009). Usability evaluation of E-books. Displays, 30(2), 49-52. doi:10.1016/j.displa.2008.12.002
  • Korat, O., & Shamir, A. (2007). Electronic books versus adult readers: Effects on children's emergent literacy as a function of social class. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 23(3), 248-259. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2729.2006.00213.x
  • Pomerantz, S. (2010). The availability of e-books: Examples of nursing and business. Collection Building, 29(1), 11-14.
  • Richardson, J. T. E. (2010). Course completion and attainment in disabled students taking courses with the open university UK. Open Learning: The Journal of Open and Distance Learning, 25(2), 81-94. doi:10.1080/02680511003787263
  • Richardson, J. T. E. (2006). Perceptions of academic quality and approaches to studying among students with print disabilities enrolled in distance education. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 19(1), 56-70.
  • Shepperd, J. A., Grace, J. L., & Koch, E. J. (2008). Evaluating the electronic textbook: Is it time to dispense with the paper text? Teaching of Psychology, 35(1), 2-5. doi:10.1080/00986280701818532
  • Sprague, N., & Hunter, B. (2008). Assessing e-books: Taking a closer look at e-book statistics. Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services, 32(3-4), 150-157.
  • Zucker, T. A., Moody, A. K., & McKenna, M. C. (2009). The effects of electronic books on pre-kindergarten-to-grade 5 students' literacy and language outcomes: A research synthesis. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 40(1), 47-87.

Accommodations top

  • Bourke, A. B., Strehorn, K. C., & Silver, P. (2000). Faculty members' provision of instructional accommodations to students with LD. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 33(1), 26-32. doi:10.1177/002221940003300106
  • Burgstahler, S., & Moore, E. (2009). Making student services welcoming and accessible through accommodations and universal design. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, 21(3), 155-174.
  • Cormier, D. C., Altman, J., Shyyan, V., & Thurlow, M. L. (2010). A summary of the research on the effects of test accommodations: 2007-2008. (Technical No. Technical Report 56). Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota, National Center on Educational Outcomes.
  • Elliott, S. N., Kratochwill, T. R., McKevitt, B. C., & Malecki, C. K. (2009). The effects and perceived consequences of testing accommodations on math and science performance assessments. School Psychology Quarterly, 24(4), 224-239.
  • Farnsworth, C. R., & Luckner, J. L. (2008). The impact of assistive technology on curriculum accommodation for a braille-reading student. RE: View: Rehabilitation and Education for Blindness and Visual Impairment, 39(4), 171-187.
  • Gal, E., Schreur, N., & Engel-Yeger, B. (2010). Inclusion of children with disabilities: Teachers' attitudes and requirements for environmental accommodations. International Journal of Special Education, 25(2), 89-99.
  • Gregg, N., & Nelson, J. M. (2010). Meta-analysis on the effectiveness of extra time as a test accommodation for transitioning adolescents with learning disabilities: More questions than answers. Journal of Learning Disabilities.
  • Higgins, E. L., & Raskind, M. H. (1995). Compensatory effectiveness of speech recognition on the written composition performance of postsecondary students with learning disabilities. Learning Disability Quarterly, 18(2), 159-174.
  • Lazarus, S. S., Thurlow, M. L., Lail, K. E., & Christensen, L. (2009). A longitudinal analysis of state accommodations policies: Twelve years of change, 1993–2005. The Journal of Special Education, 43(2), 67-80. doi:10.1177/0022466907313524
  • Lindstrom, J. H. (2010). Mathematics assessment accommodations: Implications of differential boost for students with learning disabilities. Intervention in School and Clinic, 46(1), 5.
  • Lovett, B. J. (2010). Extended time testing accommodations for students with disabilities: Answers to five fundamental questions. Review of Educational Research. doi: 10.3102/0034654310364063
  • Mallett, R., Runswick-Cole, K., & Collingbourne, T. (2007). Guide for accessible research dissemination: Presenting research for everyone. Disability & Society, 22(2), 205-207.
  • Raskind, M. H., & Higgins, E. (1995). Effects of speech synthesis on the proofreading efficiency of postsecondary students with learning disabilities. Learning Disability Quarterly, 18(2), 141-158.
  • Sireci, S. G., Li, S., & Scarpati, S. (2003). The effects of test accommodation on test performance: A review of the literature. No. Report no. 485). Amherst, MA: National Center for Educational Assessment Research.
  • Thurlow, M., Tindal, G., Powers, R., Lewis, P., Laitusis, C. C., & Breslin-Larson, J. (2007). Research on AT outcomes and large scale assessments. Assistive Technology Outcomes and Benefits, 4, 11-27.
  • Zenisky, A. L., & Sireci, S. G. (2007). No. Technical Report 47). Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota, National Center on Educational Outcomes.
  • Zhang, D., Landmark, L., Reber, A., Hsu, H. Y., Kwok, O., & Benz, M. (2010). University faculty knowledge, beliefs, and practices in providing reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities. Remedial and Special Education, 31(4), 276-286. doi:10.1177/0741932509338348

Stakeholder Surveys top

  • Aptara. (2010). eBooks - a second look - assessing the impact of ebooks on the publishing market. Aptara.
  • Aud, S., Hussar, W., Planty, M., Snyder, T., Bianco, K., Fox, M., Drake, L. (2010). The condition of education 2010. No. NCES 2010-028). Washington, D.C.: National Center for Education Statistics, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education.
  • Berkner, L., Choy, S., & Hunt-White, T. (2008). Descriptive summary of 2003–04 beginning postsecondary students: Three years later. No. NCES 2008-174). Washington, D.C.: National Center for Education Statistics, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education.
  • Bowes, R. (2006). AAP—alternative format solutions initiative. Unpublished manuscript.
  • Briddon, J., Chelin, J., Ince, G., Redman, J., Sleat, A., & Williams, E. (2009). “E-books are good if there are no copies left”: A survey of e-book usage at UWE library services. Library and Information Research, 33(104), 45-65.
  • Bursuck, W. D., Rose, E., Cowen, S., & Yahaya, M. A. (1989). Nationwide survey of post secondary education services for students with learning disabilities. Exceptional Children, 56(3), 236-245.
  • Croft, R., & Davis, C. (2010). E-books revisited: Surveying student E-book usage in a distributed learning academic library 6 years later. Journal of Library Administration, 50(5), 543-569. doi:10.1080/01930826.2010.488600
  • Gregory, C. L. (2008). But I want a real book: An investigation of undergraduates' usage and attitudes toward electronic books. Reference and User Services Quarterly, 47(3), 266-273.
  • Harbour, W. S. (2008). The 2008 biennial AHEAD survey of disability services and resource professionals in higher education. Huntersville, NC: Association on Higher Education and Disability.
  • Harbour, W. S. (2004). The 2004 AHEAD survey of higher education disability services providers. Huntersville, NC: Association on Higher Education and Disability.
  • Hernon, P., Hopper, R., Leach, M. R., & Saunders, L. L. (2007). E-book use by students: Undergraduates in economics, literature, and nursing. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 33(1), 3-13.
  • Horn, L., & Nevill, S. (2006). Profile of undergraduates in U.S. postsecondary education institutions: 2003–04: With a special analysis of community college students. No. NCES 2006-184). Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics.
  • Jamali, H. R., Nicholas, D., & Rowlands, I. (2009). Scholarly e-books: The views of 16,000 academics: Results from the JISC national E-book observatory. Aslib Proceedings, , 61(1) 33-47.
  • Kilmurray, L., Faba, N., Alphonse, L., & Smith, F. (2005). Access to academic materials for post-secondary students with print disabilities. Carleton, Ontario: National Educational Association of Disabled Students.
  • Knapp, L. G., Kelly-Reid, J. E., Ginder, S. A., & Miller, E. (2007). Postsecondary institutions in the united states: Fall 2006 and degrees and other awards conferred: 2005-06. No. NCES 2007-166). Washington, D.C.: National Center for Education Statistics, Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education.
  • Lee, J. M., & Rawls, A. (2010). The college completion agenda: 2010 progress report. Washington, D.C.: The College Board.
  • Levine-Clark, M. (2007). Electronic books and the humanities: A survey at the university of denver. Collection Building, 26(1), 7-14.
  • National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports. (2000). National survey of educational support provision to students with disabilities in postsecondary education settings: A technical report. No. H133B980043).
  • Newman, L., Wagner, M., Cameto, R., Knokey, A. M., & Shaver, D. (2010). Comparisons arcoss time of the outcomes of youth with disabilities up to 4 years after high school. A report of findings from the national longitudinal transition study (NTLS) and the national longitudinal transition study-2 (NTLS2). No. NCSER 2010-3008). Menlo Park, CA: SRI International.
  • Nicholas, D., Rowlands, I., Clark, D., & Huntington, P. (2009). UK scholarly e-book usage: A landmark study. Aslib Proceedings: New Information Perspectives, 60(4), 311-334.
  • Rose, R. M., & Blomeyer, R. L. (2007). Access and equity in online classes and virtual schools. Vienna, VA: North American Council for Online Learning.
  • Rowlands, I., Nicholas, D., Jamali, H. R., & Huntington, P. (2007). What do faculty and students really think about e-books? Aslib Proceedings, 59(6) 489-511.
  • Schonfeld, R. C., & Housewright, R. (2010). Faculty survey 2009: Key strategic insights for libraries, publishers, and societies. Ithaka S+R.
  • Shelburne, W. A. (2009). E-book usage in an academic library: User attitudes and behaviors. Library Collections, Acquisitions, and Technical Services, 33(2-3), 59-72.
  • Student Monitor. (2010). Lifestyle and media - spring 2010. Ridgewood, NJ: Student Monitor LLC.
  • Student Monitor. (2009). Lifestyle and media - fall 2009. Ridgewood, NJ: Student Monitor LLC.
  • Thurlow, M., Johnstone, C., Timmons, J., & Altman, J. (2009). Survey of teachers of students with visual impairments: Students served and their access to state assessments of reading. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota, Technology Assisted Reading Assessment.
  • Woody, W. D., & Baker, C. A. (2010). E-books or textbooks: Students prefer textbooks. Computers & Education, 55, 945-948.

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