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Publications

Kelley, L. M. & Joseph, B. C. (2012).  Rethinking higher education for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: The importance of adult transitions.  The Council for the Study of Community Colleges.

Presentations 

The Learning Commons Academic Tutors and Academic Coaches at Bowling Green State University, Understanding students with Autism on campus, Bowling Green, Ohio, March 2013.  

College Reading and Learning Association Conference at The University of Houston, Presenter, Rethinking higher education for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: The importance of adult transitions, Houston, Texas, November 2012 

Service-Learning and Community Engagement Conference at The Ohio State University, Presenter, Enhancing Student Engagement in a First Year Experience course through Service Learning, Columbus, Ohio, October 2012 

Change Conference at Lourdes University, Co-Presenter, Rethinking higher education for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: The importance of adult transitions, Sylvania, Ohio, August 2012.

International First Year Experience Conference, Co-Presenter, Rethinking higher education for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: The importance of adult transitions.  Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, July 2012.

Owens Community College, Presenter, Faculty Training on Blackboard 9.1, eLearning Professional Development, Toledo, Ohio, 2011
 
Owens Community College, Presenter, Easing the Transition to College for First Year Students, Campus Wide Faculty Professional Development Training Day, Toledo, Ohio, 2010
 
Owens Community College, Presenter, Teaching First Year Experience Face to Face, Faculty Professional Development Training, Toledo, Ohio, 2010

Owens Community College, Presenter, Assessing Evidence of Learning through Portfolios, Bridge to Success Training, Toledo, Ohio, 2010


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