Friday, May 11, 2012
When to use what research design is a tool to help you figure out which research design method to use based on a particular research question. The book is systematic and practical focusing on weighing the advantages and disadvantages of various methods. Useful features include:
*Easy-to-navigate part and chapter structure.
*Engaging research examples from a variety of fields.
*End-of-chapter tables that summarize the main points covered.
*Detailed suggestions for further reading at the end of each chapter.
*Integration of data collection, sampling, and research ethics in one volume.
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Thursday, May 10, 2012
Possibilities is a video series from the Developmental Disabilities Institute at Wayne State University in Michigan. The video highlights the lives of Emily, Abby, Liz & Greta--four women with disabilities who each have succeeded in their own way in living fulfilling lives through advocacy, support, and most of all--careful planning. Each 4 to 7 minute video highlights one individual's journey, along with their family and friends, and shows the myriad possibilities and options that all people have as they grow up, become independent, and pursue their life's dreams and goals.
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Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Can a twelve-year-old with a severe learning disability make a new life for herself in a small town in rural West Virginia? Read Close to Famous and find out! Written for children in grades 5-8.
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Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Occupational Science: Society, Inclusion, Participation is a resource for occupational therapists, occupational scientists, students and researchers. Beginning with a review of the current literature, the book discusses reasons for the field's limited impact, its psychological view of occupation, and its narrow focus on socially approved occupations. Written by an internationally renowned team of contributors, this book offers a truly comprehensive critique of the field.
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Monday, May 7, 2012
Looking for an app that will turn your iPad into a writing machine? Take a look at Abilipad. It has been named one of "the best iPad apps for special needs kids." This app "combines the functionality of a notepad with word prediction, text-to-speech, and a customizable keyboard." Take notes, create lesson plans, import photos and design customized keyboards. Want to know more? Visit: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/abilipad/id435865000?mt=8