The Landmark College Institute for Research and Training (LCIRT) actively engages in discovery and applied research on issues related to diverse learners, including those with learning disabilities (such as dyslexia), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The unique populations of students at Landmark College inform and guide our research interests.
- Through federal and foundation grants, LCIRT works to discover and disseminate knowledge and evidence-based practices on learning diversity.
- We conduct additional research projects in partnership with Landmark College faculty, staff, and students as well as with outside partners.
- We offer several student research opportunities, including partnerships with graduate students who are conducting LD research, as well as apprenticeships and assistantships for Landmark College undergraduates.
The results of our research are presented through numerous publications and presentations. LCIRT also hosts bi-annual meetings of our Research Advisory Panel, a think tank of nationally recognized educators, researchers, neuroscientists, and entrepreneurs in the field of learning differences.