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The LibGuide provides sections for Parents, Students, and Faculty.
Last Updated: Sep 1, 2012 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Who Are You?

Are you a part of Roxbury? Are you interested in information relating to academic support? Do you need access to other resources? If so, visit the page that best suites your needs.

Digital Text Notes

A blog from Landmark College with regular updates on news about how technology can help people with learning disabilities

Academic Support in the News

Below are links to recent articles related to various types of academic support for students with learning disabilities.


Welcome to Roxbury

This site serves as a supplement to the Cheshire Academy Roxbury Academic Support Program website. Located on the guide are sections for students, parents and faculty, and each page contains information appealing to the designated group. The various types and forms of information include:

  • Blogs
  • Podcasts
  • RSS Feeds
  • Listings of Films
  • Online Lectures
  • Downloads
  • Suggested iPad/iPod/iPhone Apps
  • Teaching/Tutoring Sites

What is Roxbury?


My Life with a Learning Disability

General LD-Related Information

  • LD Blog
    LD Blog provides news and information about Learning Disabilities. It is privately funded and the views presented in the posts and the comments are solely the opinions of their authors. The primary contributor to LD Blog is John Wills Lloyd, Ph.D.
  • LD Online
    LD is the world's leading website on learning disabilities and ADHD, serving more than 200,000 parents, teachers, and other professionals each month.
  • Learning Disabilities in Children
    Learning Disability Symptoms, Types, and Testing
  • MedicineNet: Learning Disabilities
  • National Center for Learning Disabilities
    Mission: To ensure that the nation's
    15 million children, adolescents, and adults
    with learning disabilities have every opportunity
    to succeed in school, work, and life

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