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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Going to college.
Baltimore, Md. : P.H. Brookes Pub., ©2005
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Elizabeth Evans Getzel; Paul Wehman
|Description:||xx, 314 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||The need and the challenges associated with going to college / Paul Wehman and Satoko Yasuda --
Understanding the regulatory environment / Virginia J. Reilly and Trent Davis --
Self-determination and the transition to postsecondary education / Colleen A. Thoma and Michael L. Wehmeyer --
Preparing for college / Elizabeth Evans Getzel --
The role of disability support services / J. Trey Duffy and John Gugerty --
Implementing universal design for instruction to promote inclusive college teaching / Sally Scott and Joan M. McGuire --
Expanding support services on campus / Elizabeth Evans Getzel and Shannon McManus --
Strategies for students with hidden disabilities in professional school / Shannon McManus and Lisa Donegan Shoaf --
The role of technology in preparing for college and careers / Sheryl Burgstahler --
Training university faculty and staff / Elizabeth Evans Getzel and Donald E. Finn --
Students with psychiatric disabilities / Linda S. Albrecht --
Students with learning disabilities or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder / Michael Hock --
Dual enrollment as a postsecondary education option for students with intellectual disabilities / Debra Hart, Karen Zimbrich, and David R. Parker --
Internships and field experiences / Lori W. Briel and Elizabeth Evans Getzel --
Career planning and placement / Lori W. Briel and Paul Wehman.
|Responsibility:||edited by Elizabeth Evans Getzel and Paul Wehman.|
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