Welcome to the Think College resource library!
Here you will find hundreds of carefully selected resources on a wide range of topics related to postsecondary education for people with intellectual disabilities including transition, applying to and paying for college, setting up and maintaining a college program, relevant legislation, competitive employment, living in the community, accessing benefits, and more.
Do you know of a resource that would be appropriate for our library? Let us know! Email Rebecca.Lazo@umb.edu.
This article details the methods and results of a study that sought to identify predictors associated with paid employment outcomes for community and technical college students with intellectual...Read more
Intellectual disabilities exist within the larger spectrum of developmental disabilities such as autism spectrum disorder, fetal alcohol syndrome, cerebral palsy and down syndrome. As the number...Read more
Students with disabilities deserve an education just like every other student. And like the majority of college students, students with disabilities often have trouble finding ways to pay for...Read more
The transition from high school to college is a big one. If you’re a student with a disability, the additional stresses can be overwhelming. One of the largest changes that you will have to deal...Read more
Given the increasing enrollment of students with intellectual and developmental disabilities in postsecondary education and the potential impact of self-determination on postsecondary outcomes,...Read more
This study examined the vocational outcomes achieved by 9,432 transition-age (17–26 years old) supported employees with intellectual disability served by state-federal vocational rehabilitation...Read more
Technology has ushered in countless changes in teaching methods and student learning. Tech trends in education will continue full-steam with the development of new and improved educational...Read more