Our Professional Development & Research

Professional Development Offerings

Landmark College has been setting the standard for serving students with learning differences and ADHD for over 25 years. This expertise translates into practical, innovative professional development offerings from the experts at the Landmark College Institute for Research and Training (LCIRT).

LCIRT is the research, professional development, advocacy and training arm of Landmark College. The LCIRT team provides and supports educators, disability service providers and other professionals who recognize the importance of addressing increasingly diverse student learning needs. We encourage you to explore the full range of professional development offered through LCIRT and welcome your inquiries to better understand how we can support you and your organization.

Professional Visit Days

A special invitation to high school and college professionals who work with students with learning disabilities, ADHD or ASD to visit our campus and find out why our approach continues to facilitate student academic success.

Read more about Professional Visit Days.

About the Learning Disabilities, ADHD & ASD Research Collection

Since the founding of Landmark College in 1984, the Library has housed a growing collection of books, periodicals and audiovisual material emphasizing learning differences, with a focus on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, specific learning disabilities such as dyslexia, and increasingly, autism spectrum disorders.

The intended audience of these materials ranges from educators, physicians and mental health practitioners, to parents, students, children and the general public.

This extensive collection supports the faculty and staff of Landmark College in providing an exemplary educational experience for our students. As part of the Landmark College curriculum, students use the collection to learn more about their learning profiles and the evolving field of ADHD, ASD (autism spectrum disorders, including Asperger's) and other learning differences.

Educators, researchers, and interested members of the public are welcome to visit, browse, and use this collection on-site. Inquiries are welcome, and may be directed to the library director, Jennifer Lann (802.387.6764), jlann@landmark.edu.

Learn more about the Landmark College Library Research Collection.