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Specific Learning Disabilities/Dyslexia   Tags: dyslexia, specific learning disabilities  

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SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITIES/DYSLEXIA INITIATIVE AT SERC

Check out the new SERC SLD/Dyslexia Web Page at SERC! It includes resource links and guides for educators, parents and students.

Become a SERC Library member!

The SERC Library serves as a comprehensive Library/Resource Center with an extensive and current collection of research, reference, and instructional materials and resources related to education and social services. Membership is free!

SERC Library membership makes it possible to borrow our resources and to read full-text journal articles online. Please visit the library to check out resources from all our collections.

The Interlibrary Loan service enables you to borrow books from the library by requesting them through your town library, picking up and dropping off there. You can request books from these collections: Professional Books, Young People's books and Archive Books. 

 

What you will find in this guide

Within this guide you will find resources on dyslexia and specific learning disabilities from our collections, as well as articles available at the SERC Library.  In addition, we have included organizations and associations that provide information on dyslexia and specific learning disabilities.

                                   

 

Disclaimer

Resources and listings in this LibGuide do not indicate approval or endorsement by SERC or the Connecticut State Department of Education.  The listings are provided solely as a resource of general information.

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