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References and Recommended Readings

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Byrnes, M., & Majors, M. (2002). Staff development designed to improve the achievement of students with disabilities (reports-descriptive, speeches/meeting papers No. ED 476 556). Boston, MA: Annual Meeting of the National Staff Development Council.

Caffarella, R. S., & Zinn, L. F. (1999). Professional development for faculty: A conceptual framework of barriers and supports. Innovative Higher Education, 23(4), 241-254.

Campbell, B. S. (2002). Faculty attitudes toward students with disabilities at a regional university. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma.

Carnevale, D. (August 12, 2005). Lawsuit charges online university does not accommodate learning-disabled students. The Chronicle of Higher Education, p. 6.

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Sweener, K., Kundert, D., May, D., & Quinn, K. (2002). Comfort with accommodations at the community college. Journal of Developmental Education, 25(3), 6.

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