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Asperger Syndrome


These videos were produced for faculty by Pace University.  They outline how to work with students with Asperger Syndrome.  

  • Understanding Asperger Syndrome: A College Professor's Guide - Part 1
    Part 1 of the first DVD in the series "Asperger Syndrome and Adulthood," this video is intended for use by college students with Asperger Syndrome to educate their professors, teaching assistants, etc. on what it means to be a college student on the spectrum and how they might best be able to help them succeed. OAR produced the DVD in cooperation with the Global and Regional Asperger Syndrome Project (GRASP) and Pace University in New York City thanks to a generous grant from the Schwallie Family Foundation.
     
  • Understanding Asperger Syndrome: A College Professor's Guide - Part 2 
    Part 2 of Understanding Asperger Syndrome: A College Professor's Guide. This is the first DVD of the series "Asperger Syndrome and Adulthood." Find more about this video series at www.researchautism.org.
Asperger Syndrome In the Classroom: Symptoms and Instructional Tips for Faculty (325 KB)
Thierfeld Brown, Jane. (March 10, 2009). [NASPA Conference Workshop].




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