The following resources are available to help you understand your rights as a student with a disability and the guidelines set out to help you achieve academic success.

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Government policies:

You can request the above information in a variety of formats including:

  • IBM-compatible computer disk
  • Audio tape
  • Large print

Resources on the web:


  • Barrier-Free Design, Canadian Standards Association (1995)
  • Issues in Educating Students With Disabilities (The Lea Series on Special Education and Disability), Lloyd, J., Kameenui, E.J., Chard, D (1997), Lawrence Earlbaum
  • Moores, Donald F. (2001), Educating the Deaf: Psychology, Principles, and Practices, Houghton Mifflin Co.
  • Rose, David H., Meyer, A., Strangman, N., and Rappolt, G. (2002), Teaching Every Student in the Digital Age: Universal Design for Learning, Atlantic Centre of Research Access and Support for Students with Disabilities
  • Tanguay, Pamela, B. and Thompson, Sue. (2002), Nonverbal Learning Disabilities at School: Educating Students with NLD, Asperger Syndrome and Related Conditions, Jessica Kingsley Publishing
  • Taylor, George, R., and Harrington, Frances, E. (2003), Educating the Disabled: Enabling Learners in Inclusive Settings, Scarecrow Press


Selected resources available at the Campus Library:

  • Office for Disability Issues Strategic Plan, 2002-2007, HD 7256 .C3 O35 2002
  • Handbook of Learning Disabilities, LC 4704 .H364 2003
  • Roffman, Arlyn J. Meeting the Challenge of Learning Disabilities in Adulthood, LC 4818.5 .R64 2000
  • Bryant, Diane Pedrotty. Assistive Technology for People with Disabilities, RM 950 .B79 2003
  • Journal of Learning Disabilities; available through the library website in electronic format through EBSCO-Academic (Jan. 1975- ), PROQUEST Nursing (May 1997-), and in paper beginning with Jan/Feb. 2004