How-to Guide: Condensing and Translating “Researchese” for
the General Public. 38 pgs.
Writing for the Non-Researcher: Sharing Your Findings With
a Larger Audience. Three-panel brochure.
Starks, J., & Higgins, C. (2000, April). User-friendly materials and alternate formats.
Austin, TX: National Center for Disability Dissemination Research.
Effective and Efficient Research Translation for General Audiences: Literature Review and Recommendations
Effective, Efficient Research Translation: Saying the Right
Webcast presented by Jim Budde and Cindy Higgins on April
10, 2002. (HTML) http://www.getriil.org/products/guidelines_webcast.html
Guidelines for Reporting and Writing About People With Disabilities.
brochure reference used by journalists as well as consumers,
service providers, policy makers, and students regarding
terminology to use when referring to people with
Your Words Our Image.
18" by 24" poster on proper
terminology when referring to people with disabilities.
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