This series features interdisciplinary peer-reviewed presentations of faculty and staff members’ research or work in progress from the University of Maine Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies and/or the New Hampshire-Maine Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (NH-ME LEND) Program. Peer review is a process by which something proposed (as for research or publication) is evaluated by a group of experts in the appropriate field. (Definition courtesy of Merriam-Webster.)

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Posters from 2018

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Aging Farmers with Disabilities: From Ommission to Belonging, Elizabeth DePoy and Stephen Gilson

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Coaching LEND Faculty in Implementing Team-Based Learning Across Two States: Lessons Learned over Four Years, Alan Kurtz, Rae Sonnenmeier, Betsy P. Humphreys, and Susan Russell

Posters from 2017

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Picture vocabulary growth in students with and without disabilities in an early childhood program that targets poor families, Alan B. Cobo-Lewis

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Assessing Trainee Understanding of Health Equity & Diversity, Betsy P. Humphreys, Susan Russell, Alan Kurtz, and Rae Sonnenmeier

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Improving Effective Interdisciplinary Team Work Using Team-Based Learning within the NH-ME LEND Curriculum: Comparing Years 1 – 3, Alan Kurtz, Rae Sonnenmeier, Betsy P. Humphreys, and Susan Russell

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Partnerships Promoting a Culture of Inclusion in Maine's Early Childhood Workforce, Linda Labas

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Engaging LEND Trainees in a Leadership and Policy Experience, Susan Russell, Betsy P. Humphreys, Alan Kurtz, and Rae Sonnenmeier

Posters from 2016

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Computerized Adaptive Assessment of Infant-Toddler Language Development: Demonstration and Validation of an App for Screening, Alan B. Cobo-Lewis, Curtis Meadow, George Markowsky, Barbara Z. Pearson, Shawn A. Collier, and Rebecca E. Eilers

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Co-Design: A Contemporary Path to Innovation and Entrepreneurship for People with Disabilities, Liz DePoy and Stephen F. Gilson

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Ready for the Future: Maine Youth with Disabilities Developing Work Skills, Janet May

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Navigating Distance and Technology: Successfully engaging LEND Trainees from New Hampshire and Maine in a Synchronous Online Team-Based Learning Environment, Susan Russell, Alan Kurtz, Elizabeth Humphreys, and Rae Sonnenmeier

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Improving Effective Interdisciplinary Team Work Using Team-Based Learning within the NH-ME LEND Curriculum: Evaluation from Year 2, Rae Sonnenmeier, Alan Kurtz, Betsy Humphreys, and Susan Russell