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Wolery, M., Busick, M., Reichow, B., & Barton, E., (2010). Comparison of overlap methods for quantitatively synthesizing single-subject data. Journal of Special Education, 44,18-28. Copyright Notice: Copyright law may protect some course materials available through this system. These materials are only for the use of students enrolled in this class. Students must abide by the United States Copyright Act, Title 17 of the US Code. Copyright protected materials that are provided during this course cannot be retained longer than the duration of this course and cannot be disseminated to any other persons.Although many of the articles are provided in the course modules, some are not.Locating current literature isa skill that is on the BACB task list. There are reference librarians at Ball State University who can help you learn how to access articles. Also, you may find the following short videos to be helpful as they were developed for distance education students (). In addition, the following link is a general guide to special education research, highlighting library resources as well as techniques for searching (). You can retrieve articles through the library (Articles and Databases; ), course reserves, or Interlibrary Loan (ILL). For some articles appearing in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (JABA), you can download the material for free by going to . If you have problems navigating the library website (), please contact a librarian sothey can provide the assistance you may need. VideosBrief weekly video ‘lectures’ have been developed for this course to reflect the materials covered in a given section. These include brief discussions on a broad range of topics related to single case research design. They are embedded in each Section in the Course Content component of the course. They are all available onCanvas. Videos outlining course requirements are also provided in Canvas. Course ExpectationsCourse Expectations: Course expectations reflect those of a graduate level class. Graduate students are expected to actively participate in all course activities and complete assignments in a timely manner. You are Page 6 of 22
expected to utilize all resources in a way that result in mastery and fluency with course materials and that will allow you to develop the skills necessary to provide appropriate supports as a behavior analyst in the future.Preparation: Please be advised that this is a very complex subject matter that requires a significant dedication of time. This is a rigorous course with extensive reading. This is a 3-hour class, which means a minimum of 9 to 10 hours per week should be dedicated to the course. Some weeks may require up to 15 hours. All of the reading and materials to be reviewed must be mastered early in this course so that you can complete the required assignments. You should email your instructor with questions you may have. Don’t be