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Disability, Higher education, libraries, teaching and learning bibliography June 2016

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Disability, Higher education, libraries, teaching and learning bibliography June 2016

  1. 1. Disability- higher education, libraries, teaching and learning. Bibliography- June 2016 Identityand stigma Atkins,Liz. Dis(en)abled:legitimatingdiscriminatorypractice inthe name of Inclusion?BritishJournal of Special Education. Mar2016, Vol.43 Issue 1, p6-21. 16p. DOI: 10.1111/1467-8578.12123. Abstract:“This article explorestensionsbetweenthe policiesandpractice of inclusionandthe lived experiencesof disabledyoungpeople ineducation.Drawingonthe narrativesof twoyoungmen whoparticipatedina small pilotstudy,itutilisestheoretical conceptsrelatedtodisability,structure and agency,andpowerand control,as itexploresthe waysinwhichinclusioncancreate subtle (and sometimesnotsosubtle) formsof exclusion“ LSE URL JarkestigBerggren,Ulrika;Rowan,Diana;Bergback,Ewa;Blomberg,Barbro Disabledstudents’experiencesof highereducationinSweden,the Czech Republic,andthe United States– a comparative institutional analysis Disability&societyVOL31; NUMB 3 (2016) pp.339-356 Abstract: “Studentswithdisabilitiesface obstaclesintheirencounterswithhighereducation.The aimof thisstudyisto investigate howthe institutional contextshapesstudents’experiencesof unequal opportunitiesinhighereducation.Incomparingdisabledstudents’experiencesfrom universitiesinSweden,the CzechRepublic,andthe UnitedStates” LSE URL Gabel,SusanL.; Miskovic,Maja Discourse andthe containmentof disabilityinhighereducation:aninstitutional analysis Disability&societyVOL29; NUMB 7 (2014) pp.1145-1158 Abstract:We use a social model of disabilitytoexamine disabilitydiscourse ata regional university inthe mid-westernUnited States.Usinganinstitutional unitof analysisandseveral different informationsources(e.g.interviews,federal regulations,syllabustexts,surveys),we illustratethe waysin whichdisability-as-difference isgovernedbyanarchitecture of containmentatthe university LSE URL Vlachou,Anastasia;Papananou,Ioanna Disabledstudents’narrativesabouttheirschoolingexperiences Disability&societyVOL30; NUMB 1 (2015) pp.73-86 Abstract:An ongoinginterestindisabledlearners’voiceshasbeenreflectedinanumberof studies that explore students’experiencesof schooling,aspartof the questto understandhow inclusive educationcanbe achieved.Thesestudies,however,have beenconductedmainlyinindustrially developedcountries,whileveryfewstudiesexistfromindustriallydevelopingcountriessuch as Greece inwhichdisabledpeople’svoicesare under-representednotonlyinpolitical processesbutin researchas well.The aimof thisstudywas to investigate disabledstudents’educationalexperience, theirsocial interactionswithpeersandteachers, LSE URL
  2. 2. Policy Genova,Angela Barriersto inclusive educationinGreece,SpainandLithuania:resultsfromemancipatorydisability research Disability&societyVOL30; NUMB 7 (2015) pp.1042-1054 Abstract:The aimof thisstudyisto give voice tothree local organisationsof peoplewithdisability and forpeople withdisabilityinSpain,LithuaniaandGreece,discussingthe EUpolicyforinclusive educationinrelationtopersonal experiencesandnational policies,aspartof the Able’20European project. LSE URL Lewthwaite,Sarah Governmentcutsto DisabledStudents’Allowancesmustbe resisted Disability&societyVOL29; NUMB 7 (2014) pp.1159-1163 Abstract:Cuts to essential grantfundingfordisabledstudentsinEnglandwill putdisabledstudents’ studiesatrisk.Proposedcutsto DisabledStudents’Allowances(DSAs) in2015 will redefine disability and damage the validityof equalityindicators.Asaresult,the needsof manydisabledstudentsmay be systematicallyoverlooked,leadingtounequal outcomesforstudents,academiaandwider society. LSE URL: Mutanga, Oliver;Walker,Melanie Towardsa Disability-inclusiveHigherEducationPolicythroughthe CapabilitiesApproach Journal of humandevelopmentandcapabilitiesVOL16; NUMB 4 (2015) pp.501-517 Abstract:Evidence frominternational literatureshowsthatdespiteinterventionsandpolicies, studentswithdisabilitiesface persistentchallengesinhighereducation.The capabilitiesapproach can take us forwardin addressingthese challenges.BasedonSouthAfrica. LSE URL LearningDisabilityEnglandlaunched. Thisnewcampaigningorganisationbringstogetherpeoplewithlearningdisabilities,theirfamilies and interestedprofessionalstostrengthenthe voice of people withlearningdisabilities. http://www.disabilityrightsuk.org/news/2016/june/new-organisation-makes-voice-people-learning- disabilities-stronger-and-louder Assistive technology/accessibility NestaInclusive technologyprize Projectsenteringlistedwithdescriptionsonwebsite http://www.nesta.org.uk/project/inclusive-technology-prize FinalistsannouncedforAbilityNetTech4GoodAwards2016 - https://www.abilitynet.org.uk/news-blogs/finalists-announced-abilitynet-tech4good-awards-2016 Five TopTips to Make Your Website More Accessible AbilitynetblogPost https://www.abilitynet.org.uk/news-blogs/five-top-tips-make-your-website-more-accessible
  3. 3. Employability Nolan,Clodagh;Gleeson,Claire;Treanor,Declan;Madigan,Susan Highereducationstudentsregisteredwithdisabilityservicesandpractice educators:issuesand concernsfor professional placements International journalof inclusive educationVOL19;NUMB 5 (2015) pp.487-502 Abstract:The aimof thisstudywasto identifythe issuesandconcernsof practice educators(PEs) in bothsupportingstudentswithdisabilitiesandexploringthe concernsforstudentswithdisabilities on professional courses.StudyrelatestoIreland. LSE URL Dudley,Cicely,McEnhill LibbyandSteadman,Karen Is welfare towork,workingwell?Improvingemploymentratesforpeople withdisabilitiesandlong- termconditions- Work Foundationreport Abstract:In reviewingcurrentnational andlocal provision,we identifygoodpractice,andconcerns and challenges –withthe WorkProgramme inparticularhighlightedasnotworkingforpeople with healthconditions –before makingrecommendationsforchangeswhichwe believewillimprove supportand employmentoutcomesforthe 1 in 3 workingage people withlong-termhealth conditionsinthe UK today. Openaccess at http://www.theworkfoundation.com/Reports/405/Is-welfare-to-work-working-well- Improving-employment-rates-for-people-with-disabilities-and-longterm-conditions McEnhill,Libby,Steadman,KarenandBajorek,Zofia Peersupportforemployment:areviewof the evidence Peerswhoshare experience of healthconditionsanddisabilitiescan promote hope andbeliefinthe possibilityof recovery,empowerindividuals,increase self-esteemandself-management,aswell as social networks.Whilsttheseoutcomeshave advantagesontheirown,theyare alsoassociatedwith improvedemploymentoutcomes. Work Foundationreportopenaccess. http://www.theworkfoundation.com/Reports/404/Peer- support-for-employment-a-review-of-the-evidence Russak,Susie;Daniel Hellwing,Ariella A follow-upstudyof graduateswithlearningdisabilitiesfromacollege of education:impactof the disabilityonpersonalandprofessionallife Australianjournal of learningdifficultiesVOL20; NUMB 2 (2015) pp.185-200 Abstract:The presentstudyexaminedthreeissuesconnectedtothe experiencesof graduateswith learningdisabilities(LD) fromacollege of education(N =45): supportservicesthathadbeenmost beneficial duringstudies,positive andnegative effectsof the disabilityonpersonal,andprofessional life.Australia. LSE URL Shrewsbury,Duncan Disabilityandparticipationinthe professions: examplesfromhigherandmedical education Disability&societyVOL30; NUMB 1 (2015) pp.87-100 Abstract:Learnerswithdisabilitiesremainunder-representedinhighereducationandcourses,such as medicine,thatgrantaccessto ‘the professions’.National andprofessional legislation,policyand guidance have changedoverthe lastfewdecadesinresponse toreformsinthe waydisabilityis viewedandvaluedbysociety.Principlesof equal rightsandequalityof opportunityinformthe negotiationof widenedparticipationinthe professions.However,drawingonthe exampleof
  4. 4. medical education,itispossible tosee thatwideningparticipationagendasmaybe insensitive tothe needsof learnerswithdisabilities.Analysingthe developmentof practice andpolicyfroma participationperspective suggeststhattokenismmayhave playedarole indeprioritisingthe voices of individualswithdisabilities, LSE URL

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