NCRTM Front Page News

April 19 - May 2, 2009

Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Journal Archive Available Online

The Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Association (VEWAA) is sponsoring a VEWAA Journal resource page on the NCRTM website. This is a central feature of their new strategic plan to greatly increase the value of membership and the centrality of VEWAA leadership in the field. They are proud to announce that, starting on March 28th, NCRTM will begin posting the entire archive of VEWAA journals in digital format...available for free download. The collection will also be housed in the NCRTM digital library by issue and by individual article. The collection is estimated to be completely on line by June 1. To view the work in progress, go to the VEWAA Journal Resource page at:

Journal of Rehabilitation Administration Abstracts Available On-line

The National Association for Rehabilitation Leadership (NARL), a professional division of the National Rehabilitation Association, is sponsoring an NCRTM webpage that hosts an archive of article abstracts from the Journal of Rehabilitation Administration. Graduate student Heather Kaasa from MInnesota State University at Mankato is currently publishing the entire collection on the website and has completed volumes for 2005-2008. This project began in March and the abstract archives have had 238 non-administrative hits as of April 19. Glen Peterson is providing supervision. We are hoping to have all of the abstracts on line by the end of summer. You can view this resource at: Be sure to visit the NARL homepage for other related projects and news.

RSA Sponsors TA Webinars on Stimulus Funding and More

The Rehabilitation Services Administration has been hosting a series of technical assistance webinars on the NCRTM website since the Fall of 2008. In the previous months topics have included documentation for the business enterprise programs, state plan submissions, and most recently needs assessments and work plans for the TACE centers. Coming very soon, the RSA will be announcing a series of 4 special webinars addressing the emerging funding issues surrounding the stimulus funding. People interested in attending these or other trainings are encouraged to visit the RSA Webinar website on a regular basis at:
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