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Reflective Practice Large Group Meeting Resources, 2016-2017: Faculty Matters: Students on the Autism Spectrum and Accomodations

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Books available in IUP LiIbraries Collection

College Program for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Articles available through IUP Libraries

Adreon, D., & Durocher, J. S. (2007). Evaluating the college transition needs of individuals with high-functioning autism spectrum disorders. Intervention in School and Clinic, 42(5), 271-279.

Cullen, J. A. (2015). The Needs of College Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Asperger's Syndrome. Journal Of Postsecondary Education And Disability, 28(1), 89-101. Retrieved from

Gillespie-Lynch, K. k., Brooks, P., Someki, F., Obeid, R., Shane-Simpson, C., Kapp, S., & ... Smith, D. (2015). Changing College Students' Conceptions of Autism: An Online Training to Increase Knowledge and Decrease Stigma. Journal Of Autism & Developmental Disorders, 45(8), 2553-2566.   Retrieved from login?url=   

Glennon, T. J. (2001). The stress of the university experience for students with Asperger syndrome. Work, 17(3), 183-190.  Retrieved from

Hees, V., Moyson, T., & Roeyers, H. (2015). Higher Education Experiences of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Challenges, Benefits and Support Needs. Journal Of Autism & Developmental Disorders, 45(6), 1673-1688. doi:10.1007/s10803-014-2324-2 Retrieved from

Matthews, N. n., Ly, A., & Goldberg, W. (2015). College Students' Perceptions of Peers with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal Of Autism & Developmental Disorders, 45(1), 90-99. doi:10.1007/s10803-014-2195-6 Retrieved from

Nevill, R. E., & White, S. W. (2011). College students’ openness toward autism spectrum disorders: Improving peer acceptance. Journal of autism and developmental disorders, 41(12), 1619-1628.

Payne, J. L., & Wood, C. (2016). College Students' Perceptions of Attributes Associated with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Communication Disorders Quarterly, 37(2), 77-87.

Pugliese, C., & White, S. (2014). Brief Report: Problem Solving Therapy in College Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Feasibility and Preliminary Efficacy. Journal Of Autism & Developmental Disorders, 44(3), 719-729. doi:10.1007/s10803-013-1914-8

VanBergeijk, E., Klin, A., & Volkmar, F. (2008). Supporting more able students on the autism spectrum: College and beyond. Journal of autism and developmental disorders, 38(7), 1359-1370.

Wenzel, C., & Rowley, L. (2010). Teaching social skills and academic strategies to college students with Asperger's syndrome. Teaching Exceptional Children, 42(5), 44.

White, S. W., Ollendick, T. H., & Bray, B. C. (2011). College students on the autism spectrum: Prevalence and associated problems. Autism, 1362361310393363.

Reflective Practice Project

Reflective Practice A Cross Campus Effort to Promote More Effective Teaching

The Center for Teaching Excellence’s Reflective Practice Project was begun in 1993 to support an exploratory and reflective approach to teaching and learning. Reflective Practice work includes:

  • Monthly large group meetings or mini-workshops and discussions to explore teaching strategies and other topics relating to the teaching process most often offered by IUP professors
  • Teaching circles or peer learning communities formed around a common discipline or a common theme.  
  • Saturday workshops presented by experts on specific areas of teaching and learning, publication, student advising, and other important aspects of academic life.
  • A yearly event to reflect upon yearly accomplishments and recognize active participants 

Links to Past Large Group Meeting Topics and Resources.

The Reflective Practice Project: An Executive Summary 2011-2012 

The Reflective Practice Project: Frequently Asked Questions