Tag Archives: Plain language

NDEAM: Employment Research In Focus

As National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) continues, we’re exploring some of the employment research we’ve covered in our regular series, Research In Focus. This series highlights new and interesting findings from NIDILRR-funded studies, presented in lay language summaries in … Continue reading

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Plainly Speaking – Sharing Research with a Wider Audience Using Plain Language

Plain language publications like research briefs, magazine articles, blog posts, and even infographics may help researchers share their results with a wider audience. Continue reading

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Is Your Research Pitch “Camera Ready”?

In talking with researchers and developers in the NIDILRR grantee community, we’ve learned that they are passionate about their work and excited to share it with their colleagues, practitioners, and, most importantly, people with disabilities and their families. These researchers … Continue reading

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New SCI resource from the Paralysis Resource Center

Our friends at the Paralysis Resource Center have published a new guide: Don’t Call It a Miracle: The Movement to Cure Spinal Cord Injury by Kate Willette. The 238-page guide covers the basic biology of the spinal cord and what happens … Continue reading

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