This page from the Research Process LibGuide offers a reminder about the differences in academic, popular, and trade publications. Note the video at the bottom of the page. These distinctions may help you in this week's assignment.
Aamlid, C., & Brownfield, K. (2019). We are not different; we just sit: A case study of the lived experiences of five college students in wheelchairs. Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 13(3), 155–168. This article examines the experiences of college students with mobility impairments, particularly as they relate to the time and effort dealing with the intersection as well as social and independence issues.
Barger, T. S. (2016). ADA compliance across the campus: Providing accommodations to level the playing field for students with both visible and invisible disabilities. University Business, 7, 41. This article provides an overview of some of the compliance laws as well as some best practices for universities to consider.
Dunkel, N. W., Schuh, J. H., & Chrystal-Green, N. E. (2014). Advising student groups and organizations (2nd ed.). Jossey-Bass. Read Chapter 9. This resource explores in part, legal risks to institutions due to ADA violations.
Yung-Chen Jen Chiu, Hsiao-Ying Vicki Chang, Johnston, A., Nascimento, M., Herbert, J. T., & Xiaoyue Maggie Niu. (2019). Impact of disability services on academic achievement among college students with disabilities. Journal of Postsecondary Education & Disability, 32(3), 227–245. This article offers evidence-based recommendations for practitioners and researchers to consider in providing disability services for college students.
United States. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Office for Civil Rights. (1978). Section 504 of the Rehabilitation act of 1973: Fact sheet: Handicapped persons rights under Federal law . Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of the Secretary, Office for Civil Rights. This source provides information on OCR’s oversight of ADA for postsecondary institutions.