Check out these newly acquired e-journals!
Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals specializes in the fields of secondary education, transition, and career development for persons with documented disabilities and special needs.
Communications Disorders Quarterly presents cutting edge information on typical and atypical communication -- from oral language development to literacy.
Criminology is devoted to crime and deviant behavior. Disciplines covered include sociology, psychology, design, systems analysis, and decision theory.
Educational Researcher publishes scholarly articles that are of general significance to the education research community and that come from a wide range of areas of education research and related disciplines.
Faith and Philosophy seeks critical and reflective self-understanding of Christian faith carried out in dialogue with those who do, as well as those who do not, share its Christian commitment.
Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities offers practical educational and treatment suggestions for teachers, trainers, and parents of persons with autism or other pervasive developmental disabilities.
Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders offers interdisciplinary research, practice, and commentary related to individuals with emotional and behavioral disabilities.
Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions offers sound, research-based principles of positive behavior support for use in school, home and community settings with people with challenges in behavioral adaptation.
Journal of Special Education provides research articles and scholarly reviews on special education for individuals with mild to severe disabilities.
Remedial and Special Education offers interdisciplinary articles that bridge the gap between theory and practice involving the education of individuals for whom typical instruction is not effective.
Topics in Early Childhood Special Education focuses on information that will improve the lives of young children with special needs and their families.