1998: Refereed Conference Presentations

Using mainstream and “free” computer, information and adaptive technologies to teach students with disabilities

Fichten, C. S., Généreux, C., Asuncion, J., Lavers, J., Guimont, J. P., Barile, M., & Alapin, I. (1998, June). Using mainstream and “free” computer, information and adaptive technologies to teach students with disabilities. Presentation at the annual conference of the Association pour les applications pédagogiques de l’ordinateur au postsecondaire (APOP), Ste-Foy, Quebec.
1998: Refereed Conference Presentations

Enabling technologies and students with disabilities in post-secondary education (Research in progress)

Asuncion, J. (1998). Enabling technologies and students with disabilities in post-secondary education (Research in progress). Presentation at the Concordia University Education Students Symposium ’98: Beyond the classroom – Education for a new millennium, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.
1998: Refereed Conference Presentations

Selected computer, information and adaptive technologies for students with disabilities: A demonstration

Asuncion, J., Lavers, J., Barile, M., Maggiore, V., Guimont, J.P., Schipper, F., & Fichten, C.S. (1998, February). Selected computer, information and adaptive technologies for students with disabilities: A demonstration. Presentation at the EvNet Conference, Montreal, Quebec.
1997: Refereed Conference Presentations

Access to health care in a bilingual setting.

Lamb, D. (1997, May). Access to health care in a bilingual setting. Presentation at the Aging and Disability… They Said We’d Never Make It Conference, Manly, New South Wales, Australia.
1997: Refereed Conference Presentations

Postsecondary students with disabilities: Opportunities and abilities.

Fichten, C.S. (1997, July). Postsecondary students with disabilities: Opportunities and abilities. Presentation at the Second Japan Conference of the Association on Higher Education And Disability (AHEAD), Tokyo, Japan.
1997: Refereed Conference Presentations

Computer and information technologies for postsecondary students with disabilities: Research in progress.

Barile, M., & Fichten, C.S. (1997, May). Computer and information technologies for postsecondary students with disabilities: Research in progress. Presentation at the annual convention of the Association pour la recherche au collégial, Montreal, Quebec. Abstracted in 9e colloque de l’ARC: Programme, 9.
1996: Refereed Conference Presentations

Interaction with Disabled Persons Scale: A comparison between Canada and Australia.

Gething, L., & Fichten, C.S. (1996, August). Interaction with Disabled Persons Scale: A comparison between Canada and Australia. Presentation at the XXVI International Congress of Psychology, Montreal. Quebec, Abstracted in International Journal of Psychology, 31(3 & 4), 59. (#154.88).
1996: Refereed Conference Presentations

Nondisabled individuals’ reactions toward people with disabilities.

Fichten, C.S. (1996, August). Nondisabled individuals’ reactions toward people with disabilities. In D. Dunn, & T. Elliott (Co-Chairs), Advancing psychosocial theory in disability: The rehabilitation and social-personality psychology interface. Symposium at the American Psychological Association annual convention, Toronto. Abstracted in Rehabilitation Psychology, 1996, 41(2), 166.