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Smiley face Libguide This library research guide from the Florida State University Charlotte Edwards Maguire Medical Library contains links to support resources and library resources specific to autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Smiley face Libraries and Autism “In 2008 the Scotch Plains Public Library and the Fanwood Memorial Library, together with (their) partners, created Libraries and Autism: We're Connected. This award winning project produced a customer service training video and website primarily for library staff to help them serve individuals with autism and their families more effectively.”
Smiley face The Florida State University (FSU) Autism Institute “The Florida State University (FSU) Autism Institute was established in the FSU College of Medicine to coordinate and promote research, education, and service related to autism spectrum disorder (ASD).”
Smiley face Project ENABLE Project ENABLE provides free, foundational training, designed specifically for public, academic or school librarians worldwide, to help them gain the knowledge and skills needed to create inclusive and accessible libraries that meet the needs of all students. Teachers, administrators, and parents are also welcome to use the site to learn, review or update their learning in this area. Project ENABLE is a partnership of the Center for Digital Literacy (CDL), the School of Information Studies (iSchool@Syracuse) and the Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) at Syracuse University. Funding support for Project ENABLE was provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).
Smiley face Florida Center for Interactive Media (FCIM) The Florida Center for Interactive Media (FCIM) at Florida State University's mission is to partner with organizations to develop custom technologies and media that help people access information and expand their knowledge.