Oxford Brookes Library has thousands of ebooks available to read, wherever you are. But it’s not always easy to know where to start.
To complement your module reading lists, we’re gathering together great ebooks you may not have seen yet, on a range of themes.
Here are five ebooks about neurodiversity, available to all Oxford Brookes students and staff. The third book, Autistic community and the neurodiversity movement : stories from the frontline has been published as an Open Access ebook, so is available to everyone.
- Neurodiversity in higher education : positive responses to specific learning differences edited by David Pollak.
- A radical guide for women with ADHD : embrace neurodiversity, live boldly, and break through barriers edited by Sari Solden and Michelle Frank.
- Autistic community and the neurodiversity movement : stories from the frontline edited by Steven K. Kapp.
- Ethics and neurodiversity edited by C D Herrera and Alexandra Perry
- Neurodiversity in the classroom : strength-based strategies to help students with special needs succeed in school and life by Thomas Armstrong.
You can find other books and ebooks on this topic on LibrarySearch. And, if you want to go further, have a look at our list of Neurodiversity resources.
Don’t forget to explore The Five Ebooks You Need on other topics!