Adaptech's recent publications!

1) Jorgensen, M., Havel, A., Fichten, C., King, L., Marcil, E., Lussier, A., Budd, J., & Vitouchanskaia, C. (2017). "Simply the best" : Professors nominated by students for their exemplary technology practices in teaching. Education and Information Technologies. Advance online publication. doi:10.1007/s10639-017-9594-1

2) Havel, A. (2017, February). The alphabet soup of universal design. Newsroom - Dawson College. Retrieved from https://www.dawsoncollege.qc.ca/news/wp-content/uploads/sites/130/Alphab...

3) Thomson, R., Fichten, C., Havel, A., Budd, J., & Asuncion, J. (2017, February). Tips for using UD and ICTs to create inclusive learning. Newsroom - Dawson College. Retrieved from https://www.dawsoncollege.qc.ca/news/wp-content/uploads/sites/130/UDforD...

4) Fichten, C., King, L., Budd, J., Havel, A., Marcil, E., Vo, C., & Jorgensen, M. (2016, June 7). Hidden treasures: Free and Inexpensive information and communication technologies for college students. Profweb [online]. Retrieved from http://www.profweb.ca/en/publications/articles/hidden-treasures-free-and...

5) King, L., Fichten, C. S., Havel, A., & Jorgensen, M. (2016, February 16). Making the grade: College students with disabilities and academic success. Profweb [online]. Retrieved from http://www.profweb.ca/en/publications/articles/making-the-grade-college-...

6) Vo, C., Marcil, E., Jorgensen, M., & Fichten, C. (2016). Registering for access services in college: A focus on immigrant students with disabilities. Inspirations, 8(2), 30. Retrieved from http://www.inspirationsnews.com/pdf/Editions/Inspirations_summer-160418

7) Budd, J., Fichten, C. S., Jorgensen, M., Havel, A., & Flanagan, T. (2016). Postsecondary students with specific learning disabilities and with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder should not be considered as a unified group for research or practice. Journal of Education and Training Studies, 4(4), 206-216. doi:10.11114/jets.v4i4.1255

8) Fichten, C. S., Heiman, T., Jorgensen, M., Nguyen, M. N., Havel, A., King, L., Budd, J., & Amsel, R. (2016). Theory of Planned Behavior predicts graduation intentions of Canadian and Israeli postsecondary students with and without learning disabilities / attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. International Journal of Higher Education, 5(1), 208-219. doi:10.5430/ijhe.v5n1p208

9) Fichten, C. S., Heiman, T., Havel, A., Jorgensen, M., Budd, J., & King, L. (2016). Sustainability of disability-related services in Canada - Israel: Will the real universal design please stand up? Exceptionality Education International, 26(1), 19-35.

10) Fichten, C. S., Nguyen, M. N., Asuncion, J., Martiniello, N., Jorgensen, M., Budd, J., Amsel, R., & Libman, E. (2016). An exploratory study of college and university students with visual impairment in Canada: Grades and graduation. British Journal of Visual Impairment, 34(1), 91– 100. doi:10.1177/0264619615616259

11) Fichten, C., Amsel, R., Jorgensen, M., Nguyen, M. N., Budd, J., Havel, A., King, L., Jorgensen, S., & Asuncion, J. (2016).Theory of Planned Behavior: Sensitivity and specificity in predicting graduation and drop-out among college and university students? International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research, 15(7), 38-52.

12) Jorgensen, M., Marcil, E., Budd, J., Havel, A., King, L., & Lussier, A. (2016). ICT and College Professor Interviews - Coding Manual. Montreal, Quebec: Adaptech Research Network.