SIG 10 Perspectives Vol. 17, No. 1, June 2014
In this issue of Perspectives, authors describe a research project in which undergraduate students engaged in research data collection and analysis, report survey data focused on undergraduate health care students’ knowledge of characteristics of autism spectrum disorder, and describe graduate student experiences with academic service learning with at-risk populations.
You will be able to:
- identify methods for engaging undergraduate students in research related to the CSD field, particularly the area of child language research
- summarize the knowledge about autism possessed by college students in health care disciplines, as well as list two factors that influence such knowledge
- describe one benefit of service learning for students and faculty in communication disorders programs
- identify one implication for student learning and professional application as discussed through research
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