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National Center for the Dissemination of Disability Research

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Resource Name: National Center for the Dissemination of Disability Research 

Associated Organizations: Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL)

Country of Origin: USA

1211 E. Seventh St.
Suite 400

City: Austin

State or Province:  TX

ZIP or Postal Code: 78701-3281 

Telephone:  800-266-1832

TTY :  800-266-1832

Fax: 512-476-2286

Email: ncddr@sedl.org 

Site Summary: 

The Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL) was awarded a new five-year grant from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) to maintain the National Center for the Dissemination of Disability Research (NCDDR) which was established in 1995. NIDRR funds approximately 300 projects annually, across a wide range of research and related activity priorities including:

Quoted from the Web Site

The NCDDR has compiled the Registry of Online Resources to facilitate access to information that has been produced through NIDRR grant activity and is currently available in an electronic online format. Resources included in the Registry reflect only a portion of the disability research outcomes that have been produced by any NIDRR grantee. The Registry is intended to facilitate access to timely information that can be accessed by: topic, author, or title. It is also possible to browse the entire collection of resource items.

Spanish Registry: http://www.ncddr.org/espanol/index.html 

English Registry: http://www.ncddr.org/forms/registrysearch.html 

Both Registries include selected disability-related research outcomes and information that have been produced through NIDRR-funded grant activity. Registry resources are available free of charge in an electronic online format. Many of these items included in the Registry are full-text versions. These do not represent all resources produced by or available from any NIDRR grantee.

Online resources include a variety of information types such as: articles, newsletters, reports, and databases. Most are available in HTML, though some are available in an Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) graphic. Special assistance is provided to access these resources.

NIDRR projects and resources are focused around these areas:

  • Employment Focused Research
  • Health and Function Research
  • Technology for Access and Function Research
  • Independent Living and Community Integration Research
  • Associated Disability Research
  • Knowledge Dissemination and Utilization Program
  • Capacity Building for Rehabilitation Research Program
  • State Technology Assistance Projects

Disability Association(s): All disabilities

Internet Location: http://www.ncddr.org/ 

Internet Resource Type: Web Site

Resource Type: Portal Resource, Research 




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