Presentations and Publications

Publications
Anderson, A. (2014, October). Students with high functioning autism and the transition to higher education: The potential utility of social networking sites. Paper presented at the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) E-learn World Conference, New Orleans, LA, (Presentation geared toward online education (eg the PALS modules) to better assist young adults with ASD.)
Bress, A. (2013). Making your school library more functional to individuals with autism. Library Media Connection 32(1), p. 46.
Presentations
Anderson, A., & Robinson, B. (2015, March). Serving college and university students on the autism spectrum: The role of the academic librarian. Poster presented at the Association for College and Research Libraries (ACRL) annual conference, Portland, OR.
Everhart, N. (2015, February). Education for librarians for ensuring success for patrons on the autism spectrum. Presented at the Illinois State Library's Autism Forum, March 3-5, Springfield, IL.
Anderson, A. (2015, January). No librarian left behind: Online continuing education for rural public librarians. Poster presented at the Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) annual conference, Chicago, IL. (Presentation with a focus on piloting the modules in rural Florida public libraries.)
Everhart, N. (2015, January). Success in libraries for those with autism spectrum disorder: Considerations in the formulation of online instruction for librarians. Paper presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Education, January 5-9, Honolulu, HI.
Everhart, N. (2014, July). Project PALS: Professional development for Florida librarians. Webinar presented for the State Library of Florida, July 25, Tallahassee, FL.
Everhart, N., & Small, R. (2014, June). Stepping up: Providing effective library and information services, programs and resources to students with disabilities. Presentation given at the American Library Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV. (Presentation in collaboration with Dr. Ruth Small of Project ENABLE.)
Everhart, N., & Anderson, A. (2014). Project PALS. Poster presented at the Panhandle Library Area Network/Florida State University Innovation Conference, Panama City, FL.
Everhart, N. (2013, June). Building a professional development online course for librarians about autism. Presented at the Project ENABLE workshop, Syracuse University, June 21-23, Syracuse, NY.