Alberta Human Rights Commission. (2010). Duty to accommodate students with disabilities in postsecondary educational institutions. Retrieved from Bull_Duty_to_accom_students.pdf

Center for Applied Special Technology. (2013). Transforming education through universal designfor learning. Retrieved from

Colorado State University. (2012). Universal design for learning. Retrieved from

Crawford, L. (2013). Accommodations vs. modifications: What's the difference? Retrieved from

Hampton, G., & Gosden, R. (2004). Fair play for students with disability. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 26, 225-238. doi: 10.1080/1360080042000218276

LD OnLine. (2005). Guidelines for documentation of a learning disability in adolescents and adults. Retrieved from

Lovett, B.J. (2010). Extended time testing accommodations for students with disabilities: Answers to five fundamental questions. Review of Educational Research, 80, 611-638.

New Brunswick Human Rights Commission. (2011, May 13). New Brunswick Human Rights Act. Retrieved from

New Brunswick Human Rights Commission. (2005, January 31). Guideline for BFOQ's BFQ's and the duty to accommodate. Retrieved from

Sireci, S.G., Scarpatie, S.E., & Li, S. (2005). Accommodations for students with disabilities: An analysis of the interaction hypothesis. Review of Educational Research, 75, 457-490.

Stanford University. (2013). Determining essential requirements for courses/programs. Retrieved from