2018: Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Graduation prospects of college students with specific learning disorder and students with mental health related disabilities

Jorgensen, M., Budd, J., Fichten, C. S., Nguyen, M. N., & Havel, A. (2018). Graduation prospects of college students with specific learning disorder and students with mental health related disabilities. International Journal of Higher Education, 7(1), 19-31. doi:10.5430/ijhe.v7n1p19
2018: Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Are you in or out? Canadian students who register for disability-related services in junior/community colleges versus those who do not

Fichten, C. S., Havel, A., King, L., Jorgensen, M., Budd, J., Asuncion, J., Nguyen, M. N., Amsel, R., & Marcil, E. (2018). Are you in or out? Canadian students who register for disability-related services in junior/community colleges versus those who do not. Journal of Education and Human Development, 7(1), 166-175. doi:10.15640/jehd.v7n1a19
2017: Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Access and perceived ICT usability among students with disabilities attending higher education institutions.

Heiman, T., Fichten, C. S., Olenik-Shemesh, D., Keshet, N. S., & Jorgensen, M. (2017). Access and perceived ICT usability among students with disabilities attending higher education institutions. Education and Information Technologies. Advance online publication. doi:10.1007/s10639-017-9623-0
2017: Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Comment bien utiliser les TIC au collégial : le point de vue des étudiants.

King, L., Fichten, C. S., Jorgensen, M., Budd, J., Havel, A., Nguyen, M. N., Lussier, A., Asuncion, J., Amsel, R., Raymond, O., & Poldma, T. (2017). Comment bien utiliser les TIC au collégial : le point de vue des étudiants. Pédagogie collégiale, 31(1), 27-33.
2017: Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

“Give me a job, give me security, give me a chance to survive:” A preliminary study of employment among postsecondary graduates with disabilities

Marcil, E., King, L., Havel, A., Fichten, C. S., Jorgensen, M., & Budd, J. (2016/2017). “Give me a job, give me security, give me a chance to survive:” A preliminary study of employment among postsecondary graduates with disabilities. International Journal of Disability, Community and Rehabilitation, (15)1.
2017: Popular Press Articles: Magazines, Newsletters, Reports, Web Sites, Webinars, Social Media

Get down to work: An exploratory study of employment among post-secondary graduates with disabilities.

Marcil, E., King, L., Havel., A., Fichten, C. S., Jorgensen, M., & Budd, J. (2017). Get down to work: An exploratory study of employment among post-secondary graduates with disabilities. Inspirations, 10(1), 11. Retrieved from http://www.inspirationsnews.com/pdf/Editions/Inspirations_fall2017-web-Nov16.pdf
2017: Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

The best use of information and communication technologies in college: The students’ perspective

King, L., Fichten, C. S., Jorgensen, M., Budd, J., Havel, A., Nguyen, M. N., Lussier, A., Asuncion, J., Amsel, R., Raymond, O., & Poldma, T. (2017). The best use of information and communication technologies in college: The students’ perspective. Pédagogie collégiale, 31(1), 1-7. Retrieved from http://aqpc.qc.ca/ sites/default/files/revue/king-vol.31-1_eng.pdf
2016: Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Theory of Planned Behavior predicts graduation intentions of Canadian and Israeli postsecondary students with and without learning disabilities / attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

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.