Adaptech’s recent publications!

  1. Canadian and international experts weigh in: An annotated list of AI-related resources for college and university students with and without disabilities

    Adaptech Research Network. (2020, May). Canadian and international experts weigh in: An annotated list of AI-related resources for college and university students with and without disabilities. Montreal: Author.

  2. Adaptech "Zooming" ahead in research.

    Wileman, S., & Havel, A. (2020, May 28). Adaptech "Zooming" ahead in research. D News. Retrieved from https://www.dawsoncollege.qc.ca/news/dnews/adaptech-zooming-ahead-in-research/

  3. Exploration de bonnes pratiques pédagogiques pour l'utilisation des téléphones intelligents

    King, L., Legault, A., & Lussier, A. (2020, May 7). Exploration de bonnes pratiques pédagogiques pour l'utilisation des téléphones intelligents. Profweb. Retrieved from https://www.profweb.ca/publications/articles/exploration-de-bonnes-pratiques-pedagogiques-pour-l-utilisation-des-telephones-intelligents

  4. Simple but effective: Using students' smartphones to watch videos

    King. L., Lussier, A., Havel, A., Jorgensen, M., & Fichten, C. (2020, March 19). Simple but effective: Using students' smartphones to watch videos. Montreal: Adaptech Research Network.

  5. Using students' smartphones for collaborative work

    King, L., Harvison, M., Havel, A., Lussier, A., Jorgensen, M., & Fichten, C. (2020, March 9). Using students' smartphones for collaborative work. Montreal: Adaptech Research Network.

  6. Play it again: Using students’ smartphones for audio recordings

    Havel, A., King, L., Lussier, A., Wileman, S., Jorgensen, M., & Fichten, C. (2020, April 6). Play it again: Using students’ smartphones for audio recordings. Montreal: Adaptech Research Network.

  7. Exploring pedagogically sound practices for the use of smartphones

    King, L., Legault, A., & Lussier, A. (2020, Febraury 28). Exploring pedagogically sound practices for the use of smartphones. Profweb. Retrieved from https://www.profweb.ca/en/publications/articles/exploring-pedagogically-sound-practices-for-the-use-of-smartphones

  8. One model to rule them all, one model to bind them? A critique of the use of accessibility-related models in post-secondary education.

    Seale, J. K., Burgstahler, S., & Havel, A. (2020). One model to rule them all, one model to bind them? A critique of the use of accessibility-related models in post-secondary education. Open Learning. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/02680513.2020.1727320

  9. New practices: Promoting the role of ICT in the shared space of transition

    Bühler, C., Burgstahler, S., Havel, A., & Kaspi-Tsahor, D. (2020). New practices: Promoting the role of ICT in the shared space of transition. In J. Seale (Ed.), Improving accessible digital practices in higher education – Challenges and new practices for inclusion (pp. 117-141). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37125-8

  10. New perspectives on stakeholders: Who needs to step up to the plate and how?

    King, L., Burgstahler, S., Fisseler, B., & Kaspi-Tsahor, D. (2020). New perspectives on stakeholders: Who needs to step up to the plate and how? In J. Seale (Ed.), Improving accessible digital practices in higher education – Challenges and new practices for inclusion (pp. 73-94). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37125-8

  11. Accessibility frameworks and models: Exploring the potential for a paradigm shift

    Burgstahler, S., Havel, A., Seale, J., & Olenik-Shemesh, D. (2020). Accessibility frameworks and models: Exploring the potential for a paradigm shift. In J. Seale (Ed.), Improving accessible digital practices in higher education – Challenges and new practices for inclusion (pp. 45-72). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37125-8

  12. Higher Education, information and communication technologies, and students with disabilities: The good and the bad

    Fichten, C., Olenik-Shemesh, D., Asuncion, J., Jorgensen, M., & Colwell, C. (2020). Higher education, information and communication technologies, and students with disabilities: The good and the bad. In J. Seale (Ed.), Improving accessible digital practices in higher education - Challenges and new practices for inclusion (pp. 21-44). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37125-8