Information for Students with Disabilities
Free books for students with disabilities
Alliant International University in California has created an online library of 50 psychology books for students with disabilities.
Resource Guide for Psychology Graduate Students with Disabilities
This guide offers suggestions on issues related to educational training and professional development, presents an overview of the major federal disability laws, and offers practical advice on successfully navigating the classroom and campus.
The ADA and Internships: Your Responsibilities as Internship and Postdoctoral Agency Directors
Focuses on ADA's Title I which covers employment practices that do not discriminate against qualified persons with disabilities in the application and recruitment processes, hiring, advancement, training, compensation or discharge of an employee, or in any other terms, conditions and privileges of employment.
Interviewing Applicants with Disabilities for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Internship Positions
The Americans with Disabilities Act is a federal law which ensures equal access and equal opportunity for individuals with disabilities by requiring organizations to provide reasonable accommodations, incorporate statements into recruitment messages inviting all applicants to identify any special needs requiring accommodation during an interview, delineate essential functions of the position, and more.
Writing for Publication: An Essential Skill for Graduate Students with Disabilities
Tips for writing journal articles for publication including selection of an appropriate journal, how to handle criticism, considering alternative vehicles for publication like reports, newsletters and electronic media, and the importance of professionalism.
American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS)
The voice of student concerns within the APA, APAGS focuses on getting students information about education, training, activities, advocacy, scholarships, and awards.