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Autism Spectrum Disorders: Additional Resources

A guide to resources at Fontbonne University's Jack C. Taylor Library for Autism Spectrum Disorders and related fields.

AIM: Autism Internet Modules


Autism Internet Modules logo

The Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI) offers a series of online multi-media learning modules developed to help parents and professionals who are working with individuals with ASD. In order to have full access, you need to register with a username/password (at no cost). The site also includes a list of the 40+ module topics that are currently active and available along with many additional topics that they plan to release  in the near future.  


Current list of modules:


AIM: Linking Research to Real Life

DSM-5 Online

book coverThe American Psychiatric Association's newly revised document and ASD definitions are also available through the DSM-5 website:

The APA site includes the Table of Contents, notices of recent updates, and a list of emerging Assessment Measures. Updates to the DSM site are ongoing. A Fact Sheet outlining some of the most significant changes to the Autism diagnosis is also available.

A retrospective summary of earlier descriptions and definitions (including DSM-IV-TR) is available at


TED Talks: Temple Grandin

New TED Talks on Education and related subjects are being made all the time. Learn more at

TED: Ideas worth spreading

Smarter Searching

Search for scholarly information with links to Fontbonne Library resources. If you can't access full-text, visit the Library website and request the article via Interlibrary Loan (ILL) and we'll e-mail it to you when it arrives.

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DSM-5 Mobile App

Now Available!

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For IOS and Android

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