The French-language publication, Découvrir, features Adaptech Research Network Co-Director, Catherine Fichten, and long-time research partner, Joan Wolforth, Director of the Office for Students with Disabilities at McGill University. The focus is on our various research activities. The article is titled Dialogos : Technologies de l’information – Surmonter les Handicaps and can be found in volume […]
You can see demonstrations of some of the free and inexpensive software featured in our Resources section by watching a brief video we produced.
An article profiling co-director Catherine Fichten has appeared in Pédagogie collégiale. It is available in English and French in PDF. Download: Putting Research Into Practice: Passion and vitality Download: La pratique de la recherche : Passion et vitalité
We recently completed an archival study looking at the relationship between standardized grades of 9406 recent Dawson College graduates with and without disabilities and their perceptions of academic obstacles and facilitators. Project Details: Registering for Disability Related Services and Academic Outcomes of College Graduates
The Adaptech Research Network in collaboration with our partners recently completed three studies whose goal was to explore obstacles and facilitators to college studies and examine what happens to college graduates with and without disabilities a year after graduation. Project Details: Obstacles and Facilitators of Student Success: Cegep Students with Disabilities
“Disability Matters”, the CBC’s English Language web-based column on disability issues profiles Adaptech Research Network Co-Director Maria Barile. – CBC ‘Disability Matters’ Article (HTML) – CBC ‘Disability Matters’ Article (PDF)
Interview with Adaptech Co-Director Catherine Fichten recently published in the journal: Teaching of Psychology. – Overcoming Unintentional Barriers With Intentional Strategies: Educating Faculty About Student Disabilities (PDF) – Overcoming Unintentional Barriers With Intentional Strategies: Educating Faculty About Student Disabilities (MS Word)