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Author

Audience

Year

Format

Title

US Equal Opportunity Employment Commission: Disability Discrimination

Author

US Equal Opportunity Employment Commission

Audience

Adults, Grades 9-12

Year

 2018

Format

Website

Title

National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability

Author

NCWD

Audience

Adults, Grades 9-12

Year

 2018

Format

Website

Title

Using Children's Picture Books About Autism as Resources in Inclusive Classrooms

Author

Sigmon, Miranda

Audience

Adults, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades PreK-2

Year

 2017

Format

Audiobook

Title

Knowing Joseph

Author

Mammay, Judith

Audience

Grades 3-5

Year

 2008

Format

Book

Title

A short list of science fiction and fantasy that celebrates disability

Author

Sjunneson-Henry, Elsa

Audience

Adults, Grades 9-12

Year

 2017

Format

Audiobook

Title

People with Disabilities Are About to Destroy Science Fiction

Author

Broverman, Aaron

Audience

Adults, Grades 9-12

Year

 2018

Format

Audiobook

Title

Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction

Author

Various

Audience

Adults, Grades 9-12

Year

 2017 to current

Format

Infographic

Title

Lights, camera, disaster

Author

Dionne, Erin

Audience

Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8

Year

 2018

Format

Book

Title

What is Assistive Technology (A.T.)?

Author

AssistiveTech RSL

Audience

Adults, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12

Year

 2013

Format

Webinar

Title

Visual attention in children: theories and activities

Author

Lane, Kenneth A.

Audience

Adults

Year

 2012

Format

Book

Title

Understanding Assistive Technology: Simply Said

Author

PACER Simon Technology Center

Audience

Adults, Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12

Year

 2010

Format

Webinar

Title

Neurodiversity in the classroom: Strength-based strategies to help students with special needs

Author

Armstrong, Thomas

Audience

Adults

Year

 2012

Format

Book

Title

Know Your Neighborhood: A Community Needs Assessment Primer

Author

Kropp, Lisa G.

Audience

Year

 2018 (October 10)

Format

Audiobook

Title

Kids Count

Author

Annie E. Casey Center

Audience

Adults

Year

 2018

Format

Website

Title

Jay and Ben

Author

Delacre, Lulu

Audience

Grades PreK-2

Year

 2011

Format

Book

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