Journals are generally print materials with up-to-date scholarly information on a subject. They may contain articles on research, current issues, opinion, etc. There are also electronic subscription versions. One journal on this web page, Learning Disabilities Quarterly, is available by accessing the electronic version using the DISCUS database. I have provided you with instructions on how to access it. The other journal, Annals of Dyslexia, is available through membership in the International Dyslexia Association.
"Annals of Dyslexia" International Dyslexia Association
"Annals of Dyslexia is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal published by The International Dyslexia Association. Articles appearing in Annals are written by researchers, scientists, educators and clinicians concerned with dyslexia and related language disabilities. Annals is a benefit of membership in IDA."
Trident Academy subscribes to the Annals of Dyslexia. Copies are available for reading in the school library.
"Learning Disabilities Quarterly." Council for Learning Disabilities. Retrieve through Discus/Expanded Academic.
LD Quarterly provides the professional and academic community with up-to-date information on current issues, research, conferences, and special topical issues. The print version of this professional journal is available through DISCUS's database and Infotrac's Expanded Academic. The print issues are distributed quarterly by the Council for Learning Disabilities.
"Learning Disability Quarterly seeks high-quality manuscripts reporting original learning disability research."
• Reports of techniques in identification, assessment, remediation, and programming for children, youth, and adults with learning disabilities.
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Journal paper subscriptions available by membership to the Council for Learning Disabilities