Tackling the Research Paper: Tips and Tools for Success for People with Vision Loss

For high school and college students, research papers are either viewed as a walk in the park or the bane of one’s existence. Some may be able to reel off several pages on a given topic in a matter of a couple of hours, while for others the very thought of a 10- or 20-page research paper on the rise and fall of the Roman Empire is cause for cringing.

If you are a cringer, an article  by J.J. Meddaugh in AFB AccessWorld online magazine offers provides tips and tools to help make that next research paper a bit easier. Straight-forward and well-organized, even those who enjoy writing research papers might find this article useful and learn something new.

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Tackling the Research Paper: Tips and Tools for Success for People with Vision Loss

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WINAHEAD is made up of representatives from twenty-nine institutions. Our members are professionals employed by two- and four-year colleges and universities who work directly with students with disabilities to ensure equal access to higher education. WIN indicates the geographic area we represent: Western Iowa and Nebraska. AHEAD is our national parent organization, the Association on Higher Education and Disability.
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