Duke Faculty Publications
Papers published in several 2010 publications
Thomas Scott Duke, Ph.D. and UAS Associate Professor of Education and Graduate Programs in Special Education coordinator had papers published in several publications in 2010:
Duke, T. S. (in press). Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) youth with disabilities: A meta-synthesis. Journal of LGBT Youth, 8(1), 1-51. doi: 10.1080/19361653.2011.519181
Ward, J. D., & Duke, T. S. (in press). Remote and rural voices: Using interviews to understand the information literacy experiences of rural Alaskan special educators. In D. Cook & L. Farmer (Eds.), Using qualitative methods in action research: How librarians can get to the why of data. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries.
Duke, T. S. (2010). Working with LGBTQ youth with disabilities: How special educators can re-conceptualize the CEC standards. In M. S. Crowley, S. G. Massey, & C. C. Bertram (Eds.), Beyond progress and marginalization: LGBTQ youth in educational contexts (pp.149-173). New York: Peter Lang.
Duke, T. S., Ward, J. D., & Burkert, J. (2010). Preparing critically conscious, information literate special educators for Alaska’s schools. In E. Drabinski, A. Kumbier, & M.Accardi, (Eds.), Critical library instruction: Theories and methods (pp. 115-131). Duluth, MN: Library Juice Press.