PAGE 1

Dear Families and Friends of CARD, I hope you are well and that parents of school-age children are enjoying summer break. I know that summer can be a very difcult time for families with children who are out of school and the CARD staff at the University of Florida are working hard to keep up with the many calls from families and schools that are coming in each Go to www.card.u.edu for information about: workshops research current news about autism & related disabilities support groups professional development fact sheets past issues of the PostCARD CARD conference information and more! Want to stay informed about workshops in our area and receive other useful in formation? Subscribe to our bi-monthly eNews by sending your name and email address to card-info@u.edu. The CARD ofce located at 2124 NE Waldo Road, Suite 3200 in UFs East Campus Building in Gainesville is closed until 12 PM on Mondays for staff meet ings. Computers for making visual sup ports are available during normal business hours on Tuesday to Friday and after noon on Mondays. For an appointment please call Kathy Robinson at 352 392-4171 or 800 754-5891 ext. 9. I cant believe that school is about to start again for our University and the public and private schools in our region! At CARD, we are getting ready and making plans to have regularly scheduled visits in many of the school districts we serve as well as preparing for the professional development needs of teachers and other service providers. Although our travel budget has been cut by 50% this year, we will make every eort to continue with our home, school and community visits either in person or by phone or computer connection. We have been busy this summer with the many requests for assistance that come from our constituents, our sum mer institute on literacy, preparing visual supports for families and profes sionals, distributing information at the Autism Society of America Conference in Kissimmee, grant writing and other activities. We are grateful to have had a part-time student assistant, Jessica West, who is paid by the UF Department of Communication Disorders to help Kathy Robinson make visual supports. Many thanks to Dr. Chris Sapienza, Chair of the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences! e latest news from Tallahassee is that Governor Scott is asking the Florida Legislators to prepare a budget for next year with an additional 10% cut for all State agencies. We have been advised that families who wish to see the CARD Centers, public school funding and other services for persons with dis abilities preserved should write to the Governor and also make a personal visit to their Senator and Representative in September. Please continue to watch our web site and calendar and to follow us on Facebook. We are planning a variety of educational programs and activities for the fall months. And dont forget to contact us by phone or email whenever the need arises. Best wishes always, Greg Valcante, Ph.D. Dear Friends of CARD, Online Trainings Available Did you know that you can participate in many of our trainings from the comfort of your own home? Just check the loca tion for specic trainings on our calendar, www.card.u.edu/calendar.html and if it says online via Adobe Connect follow the directions to connect with us online. Some of our past trainings have also been recorded. Visit our Training page, http://www.card.u.edu/training to view trainings about: Transition Sensory Issues Autism and Genetics Potty Training Inclusion Overview of Autism & More

PAGE 2

Need a few ideas for making the rst few weeks of school go as smoothly as possible? Here are a few quick and easy ideas to help you. Here is an article from Sandbox.learning.comEnd of Summer Activities to Prepare for the School Year http://bit.ly/nO15PD. There are several other helpful articles on this website that you may nd useful. An All About Me book is a helpful way to introduce your child to the teacher. Below you will nd links to two different templates to ll in some information about your child to help others under stand him and explain some of the gifts and challenges that he may have. After looking at these two documents you may come up with some ideas of your own. You can ask your child to help with answer ing some of the questions and let him give the completed book or paper to his teacher on Meet the Teacher Day or some other time before the rst day of school if possible. Fifteen Things About Me http://bit.ly/nX3zUB 2 Enews We send out an electronic newsletter once to twice a month that includes information on our trainings and events as well as trainings and events held by other organizations. If you would like to receive our enews please send an email with Subscribe to enews in the subject line to cardinfo@u.edu. Facebook To get reminders about events, connect with other CARD friends, and get information about current autism news, visit our facebook page www.facebook.com/UFCARD and like us. Website Visit our website at www.card.u.edu to learn more about autism, our services, watch recordings of past trainings, view our calendar, and much more. DATE: September 5-30, 2011 ***NEW DATES*** This online book study will focus on the work of Sonja de Boer ti tled Successful Inclusion for Students with Autism. The book is a guide for educators to develop inclusive programs for students with autism spectrum disorders and includes practical and evidencebased strategies for instruction, behavior, and communication. Our book study will be an asynchronous event where the views of each participant are welcomed and valued. Upon registration partici pants will receive further information for connecting to the book study event. Books will be provided to participants free of charge. For more information or to register please visit http://doepartnership.usf.edu/trainings.asp. All About Me http://bit.ly/pYQeoz In an effort to continue our support to our rural school districts, CARD staff have committed to continue monthly visits. Here is the current visit schedule: Cathy Zenko will be visiting Gilchrist County Schools on the 2nd Friday of every month. Susan Hill & Art Wallen will be visiting Levy County Schools on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Greg Valcante will be visiting Hamilton County Schools on the 1st Thursday of each month. If you wish to schedule a visit with any of these CARD staff mem bers please call 352 273-0581. We would like to remind everyone about the the AIM (Autism Internet Modules) project that was developed by the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI) in partnership with the Autism Society of America (ASA) and three other organizations in 2007 as a way to provide parents and professionals with the up-todate information they need to help individuals with ASD achieve their highest potential. All module content has been written by ASD experts from across the U.S. including staff from UM CARD. Each module was designed to be consistent with research on how adults learn; in formation is presented at a universal reading level, and interactive activities both reinforce knowledge and teach learners how to make the latest research applicable to real life. There are currently 35 modules available and 35 more in develop ment. Here are some examples of the topics covered: Current: Overview of Social Skills Functioning and Programming, Parent-Implemented Intervention, Peer-Mediated Instruction and Intervention (PMII), Preparing Individuals for Employment, SelfManagement, Visual Supports In Development: Bullying, Choice-making, Circle of Friends, Fam ily-School Partnerships, Toilet Training The AIM project website can be found here: http:// http://www.autisminternetmodules.org We also have a link to the modules on our website here: http:// card.u.edu/content/video.html

PAGE 3

3 Many counties in the country are using emergency notication systems to notify their citizens of critical information including severe weather warnings. Here in Alachua County you can sign up to receive these notications via text or a phone call. In addition to asking for basic information such as your name, address, email address, and phone numbers, they also ask if anyone in your home requires special assistance. In addition to checking this box you should also ll out a Special Needs Registration form. If you live in Alachua County you can sign up here www.alachuacounty.us/em and click on Code Red. The Special Needs Registration form is also available on that page. If you live in another county check your countys Public Safety website to see if they use an emergency notication system or how they are prepared to help their citizens with special needs. Another helpful site to visit is the State of Floridas Family Disaster Planning website www.FloridaDisaster.org. Here you can make your family plan and download an Emergency Preparedness and People with Disabilities Brochure. For individuals who benet from social stories, USF CARD wrote one to help individuals prepare for hurricanes. It can be found here http://bit.ly/qLck2k. If you are interested in making one specic to your evacuation plan please contact Kathy Robinson here at UF CARD at 352 392-4171 and she would be happy to help you. This is a list of support groups organized by our Parent Partners or staff. To view a list that includes other support groups in our area please visit www.card.u.edu/localsupports.html. Gainesville Autism Parent Focus Group Contact: Cheryl Brenner at 386-467-3820 or cherylbrenner@u.edu Meetings are held on the 2nd Fridays of each month. Columbia County Autism Support Group Meeting Lake City Contact: Jaime Bracken at 386-397-1882 or jbracken@u.edu Meetings are held on the 3rd Mondays of each month. Ocala Autism Support Network SW Marion County Contact: Ace Perales (352) 598-2514 or aperales@u.edu Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursdays of each month Autism Spectrum Disorder Focus Group Palatka Contact: Cheryl Brenner at 386-467-3820 or cherylbrenner@u.edu Please contact Cheryl for meeting dates. Support Group for Adults on the Spectrum Gainesville Contact: Robin Byrd 352-846-3700 or robinl@u.edu Meetings are the last Thursday of every month at 12:00 noon. Many people still have questions about the Florida Autism Legisla tion (Senate Bill Number 2654) that passed on May 2, 2008. The legislation covers individuals diagnosed with Autistic Disorder, Aspergers Syndrome, and Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specied. There are age and dollar amount limitations. Here is some information from Autism Speaks overview: 1. Authorizes the Agency for Health Care Administration to seek federal approval for Medicaid coverage of applied behavior analysis and other therapies for children with autism and other develop mental disabilities. 2. Requires the Ofce of Insurance Regulation to convene a workgroup that will negotiate a developmental disabilities compact binding health insurers and health maintenance organizations to insure persons with autism and other developmental disabilities. 3. Mandates coverage for individuals with autism by health insurers and health maintenance organizations that do not sign the com pact. You can learn more at the following links: Autism Speaks Analysis of Florida Senate Bill Number 2654 http://bit.ly/p0l8iw Autism Speaks F.A.Q. about the Autism Insurance Reform Law http://bit.ly/nS0Qo5 Florida Senate Bill Number 2654 http://1.usa.gov/nJbTMZ Did you know that not only do Florida Autism License Plates raise awareness about autism they raise funds for the Centers for Autism and Related Disabilities throughout Florida and other services for individuals with autism? The plates cost $25 annually above the standard Florida license plate and can be purchased online or in person when you renew your tag. For more information please visit: www.autismlicenseplate.com

PAGE 4

Robbin Byrd, B.S. CARD Consultant Susan Hill, A.R.N.P. CARD Consultant Mark Lewis, Ph.D. Executive Director Leannis Maxwell Program Assistant Ann-Marie Orlando, M.S. CCC-SP/A ATT CARD Consultant Carole Polefko Public Education Coordinator John Polefko, M.Ed. CARD Consultant Krestin Radonovich, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Kathy Robinson Visual Supports Specialist Greg Valcante, Ph.D. Director Art Wallen, M.S. Associate Director Alissa Yax Intake Coordinator Cathy Zenko, M.S., CCC-SLP CARD Consultant Jaime Bracken Columbia Hamilton, Lafayette, Suwannee, and Union Counties Cheryl Brenner Alachua, Bradford, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy, and Putnam Counties Margie Garlin Citrus and Hernando Counties Amparo Perales Marion County University of Florida CARD UF/Gainesville PO BOX 100234 Gainesville, FL 32610-0234 t 352 846-2761 or 800 754-5891 f 352 846-0941 cpolefko@u.edu www.card.u.edu The 19th Annual CARD Conference will be held January 13-15, 2012, in Orlando, FL. We will post more details as they are avail able on our website, facebok page, and in our newsletter and enews. Social Animation and Development of a Person with Autism , will provide an interesting perspective on the social development of people with Autism and a rst-hand account of the same. Jacob Stephens offers various outlooks and points of view whereby liv ing with Autism can be viewed as a challenge rather than a tragedy. This presentation has four parts: Tiger in a Lions Den attempts to explain what it is like to have Autism in a social world, while Social Animation briey describes the process of meeting the challenges in volved therein. Own Little World describes some of the silent and invisible aspects of having Autism while Physical Fitness describes how healthy exercise can be a condence booster for individuals with Autism as much as for anyone else. About the Presenter: Jacob Alexander Hunter Stephens spent his High School years study ing social conventions and group dynamics. At Santa Fe College he studied kinesthetics as a Dance major. He enjoys traveling and his hobbies include amateur dodge ball, the study of linguistics, and playing the Marimba (a type of percussion instrument). Ja cob holds an Associate of Arts Degree from Santa Fe College and is currently working toward a Bachelor Degree in Psychology. For more information please visit our calendar at www.card.u.edu/calendar.html or call 352/273-0581.


PostCARD
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PDF VIEWER PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087039/00022
 Material Information
Title: PostCARD
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Center for Autism & Related Disabilities, University of Florida
Publisher: Center for Autism & Related Disabilities
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 2011
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
System ID: UF00087039:00022

Downloads

This item has the following downloads:

( PDF )


Full Text

















K *-ip.. ,4^s

Director's Note

Dear Friends of CARD,

I can't believe that school is about to
start again for our University and
the public and private schools in our
region! At CARD, we are getting ready
and making plans to have regularly
scheduled visits in many of the school
districts we serve as well as preparing
for the professional development needs
of teachers and other service providers.
Although our travel budget has been cut
by 50% this year, we will make every
effort to continue with our home, school
and community visits either in person or
by phone or computer connection.

We have been busy this summer with
the many requests for assistance that
come from our constituents, our sum-
mer institute on literacy, preparing
visual supports for families and profes-
sionals, distributing information at the
Autism Society of America Conference
in Kissimmee, grant writing and other
activities. We are grateful to have had a
part-time student assistant, Jessica West,
who is paid by the UF Department
of Communication Disorders to help
Kathy Robinson make visual supports.
Many thanks to Dr. Chris Sapienza,
Chair of the Department of Speech,
Language, and Hearing Sciences!

The latest news from Tallahassee is that
Governor Scott is asking the Florida
Legislators to prepare a budget for next
year with an additional 10% cut for all
State agencies. We have been advised
that families who wish to see the CARD


Centers, public school funding and
other services for persons with dis-
abilities preserved should write to the
Governor and also make a personal visit
to their Senator and Representative in
September.

Please continue to watch our web-
site and calendar and to follow us on
Facebook. We are planning a variety
of educational programs and activities
for the fall months. And don't forget to
contact us by phone or email whenever
the need arises.


Best wishes always,

Greg Valcante, Ph.D.


CARD Office Hours
The CARD office located at 2124 NE
Waldo Road, Suite 3200 in UF's East
Campus Building in Gainesville is "closed"
until 12 PM on Mondays for staff meet-
ings. Computers for making visual sup-
ports are available during normal business
hours on Tuesday to Friday and after noon
on Monday. For an appointment please
call Kathy Robinson at 352 392-4171 or
800 754-5891 ext. 9.



CARD Website

Go to www.card.ufl.edu for information
about:
workshops
research
current news about autism &
related disabilities
support groups
professional development
fact sheets
past issues of the PostCARD
CARD conference information
and more!


Want to stay informed about workshops
in our area and receive other useful in-
formation? Subscribe to our bi-monthly
eNews by sending your name and email
address to
card-info@ufl.edu.


Online Trainings Available
Did you know that you can participate in
many of our training from the comfort
of your own home? Just check the loca-
tion for specific training on our calendar,
www.card.ufl.edu/calendar.html, and if
it says "online via Adobe Connect" follow
the directions to connect with us online.
Some of our past training have also been
recorded. Visit our Training page,
http://www.card.ufl.edu/training,
to view training about:
Transition
Sensory Issues
Autism and Genetics
Potty Training
Inclusion
Overview of Autism
& More






www.card.ufl.edu The PostCARD 2
Staying Up-to-Date
* Enews We send out an electronic newsletter once to twice a month that includes information on our training and events as well as training and
events held by other organizations. If you would like to receive our enews please send an email with "Subscribe to enews" in the subject line to card-
info@ufl.edu.

* Facebook To get reminders about events, connect with other CARD friends, and get information about current autism news, visit our facebook
page www.facebook.com/UFCARD and "like" us.

* Website Visit our website at www.card.ufl.edu to learn more about autism, our services, watch recordings of past training, view our calendar, and
much more.


Back to School Preparations
Need a few ideas for making the first few weeks of school go as
smoothly as possible? Here are a few quick and easy ideas to help
you.
Here is an article from Sandbox.learning.com-
"End of Summer Activities to Prepare for the School Year"
http://bit.ly/nO15PD. There are several other helpful articles on
this website that you may find useful.
An "All About Me" book is a helpful way to introduce your child
to the teacher. Below you will find links to two different templates
to fill in some information about your child to help others under-
stand him and explain some of the gifts and challenges that he may
have.
After looking at these two documents you may come up with some
ideas of your own. You can ask your child to help with answer-
ing some of the questions and let him give the completed book or
paper to his teacher on "Meet the Teacher Day" or some other time
before the first day of school if possible.
Fifteen Things About Me
http://bit.ly/nX3zUB
All About Me
http://bit.ly/pYQeoz


Online Book Study for Educators
DATE: September 5-30, 2011 ***NEW DATES***
This online book study will focus on the work of Sonja de Boer ti-
tled "Successful Inclusion for Students with Autism". The book is a
guide for educators to develop inclusive programs for students with
autism spectrum disorders and includes practical and evidence-
based strategies for instruction, behavior, and communication. Our
book study will be an asynchronous event where the views of each
participant are welcomed and valued. Upon registration partici-
pants will receive further information for connecting to the book
study event. Books will be provided to participants free of charge.
For more information or to register please visit
http://doepartnership.usf.edu/trainings.asp.


Rural County Visits
In an effort to continue our support to our rural school districts,
CARD staff have committed to continue monthly visits. Here is
the current visit schedule:
Cathy Zenko will be visiting Gilchrist County Schools on the 2nd
Friday of every month. Susan Hill & Art Wallen will be visiting
Levy County Schools on the 3rd Thursday of each month.
Greg Valcante will be visiting Hamilton County Schools on the 1st
Thursday of each month.
If you wish to schedule a visit with any of these CARD staff mem-
bers please call 352 273-0581.

Online Autism Modules
We would like to remind everyone about the the AIM (Autism
Internet Modules) project that was developed by the Ohio Center
for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI) in partnership with the
Autism Society of America (ASA) and three other organizations in
2007 "as a way to provide parents and professionals with the up-to-
date information they need to help individuals with ASD achieve
their highest potential."
"All module content has been written by ASD experts from across
the U.S." including staff from UM CARD. "Each module was
designed to be consistent with research on how adults learn; in-
formation is presented at a universal reading level, and interactive
activities both reinforce knowledge and teach learners how to make
the latest research applicable to real life."
There are currently 35 modules available and 35 more in develop-
ment. Here are some examples of the topics covered:
Current: Overview of Social Skills Functioning and Programming,
Parent-Implemented Intervention, Peer-Mediated Instruction and
Intervention (PMII), Preparing Individuals for Employment, Self-
Management, Visual Supports
In Development: Bullying, Choice-making, Circle of Friends, Fam-
ily-School Partnerships, Toilet Training
The AIM project website can be found here:
http:// http://www.autisminternetmodules.org
We also have a link to the modules on our website here: http://
card.ufl.edu/content/video.html





The PostCARD 3


CARD Support Groups
This is a list of support groups organized by our Parent Partners or staff.
To view a list that includes other support groups in our area please visit
www.card.ufl.edu/localsupports.html.
* Gainesville Autism Parent Focus Group
Contact: Cheryl Brenner at 386-467-3820 or cherylbrenner@ufl.edu
Meetings are held on the 2nd Fridays of each month.
* Columbia County Autism Support Group Meeting Lake City
Contact: Jaime Bracken at 386-397-1882 or jbracken@ufl.edu
Meetings are held on the 3rd Mondays of each month.



Emergency Preparation
Many counties in the country are using emergency notification
systems to notify their citizens of critical information including
severe weather warnings. Here in Alachua County you can sign up
to receive these notifications via text or a phone call. In addition
to asking for basic information such as your name, address, email
address, and phone numbers, they also ask if anyone in your home
requires special assistance. In addition to checking this box you
should also fill out a Special Needs Registration form.
If you live in Alachua County you can sign up here -
www.alachuacounty.us/em and click on Code Red. The Special
Needs Registration form is also available on that page. If you live in
another county check your county's Public Safety website to see if
they use an emergency notification system or how they are prepared
to help their citizens with special needs.
Another helpful site to visit is the State of Florida's Family Disaster
Planning website www.FloridaDisaster.org. Here you can make
your family plan and download an Emergency Preparedness and
People with Disabilities Brochure.
For individuals who benefit from social stories, USF CARD wrote
one to help individuals prepare for hurricanes. It can be found here
- http://bit.ly/qLck2k. If you are interested in making one specific
to your evacuation plan please contact Kathy Robinson here at UF
CARD at 352 392-4171 and she would be happy to help you.


Florida Autism License Plate
Did you know that not only do Florida Autism License Plates raise
awareness about autism they raise funds for the Centers for Autism
and Related Disabilities throughout Florida and other services for
individuals with autism?
The plates cost $25 annually above the standard Florida license
plate and can be purchased online or in person when you renew
your tag.
For more information please visit:
www.autismlicenseplate.com


* Ocala Autism Support Network SW Marion County
Contact: Ace Perales (352) 598-2514 or aperales@ufl.edu
Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursdays of each month
* Autism Spectrum Disorder Focus Group Palatka
Contact: Cheryl Brenner at 386-467-3820 or cherylbrenner@ufl.edu
Please contact Cheryl for meeting dates.
* Support Group for Adults on the Spectrum Gainesville
Contact: Robin Byrd 352-846-3700 or robinl@ufl.edu
Meetings are the last Thursday of every month at 12:00 noon.



Health Insurance
Many people still have questions about the Florida Autism Legisla-
tion (Senate Bill Number 2654) that passed on May 2, 2008. The
legislation covers individuals diagnosed with Autistic Disorder,
Asperger's Syndrome, and Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not
Otherwise Specified. There are age and dollar amount limitations.
Here is some information from Autism Speaks' overview:
1. Authorizes the Agency for Health Care Administration to seek
federal approval for Medicaid coverage of applied behavior analysis
and other therapies for children with autism and other develop-
mental disabilities.
2. Requires the Office of Insurance Regulation to convene a
workgroup that will negotiate a developmental disabilities compact
binding health insurers and health maintenance organizations to
insure persons with autism and other developmental disabilities.
3. Mandates coverage for individuals with autism by health insurers
and health maintenance organizations that do not sign the com-
pact.
You can learn more at the following links:
Autism Speaks Analysis of Florida Senate Bill Number 2654
http://bit.ly/p0l8iw
Autism Speaks F.A.Q. about the Autism Insurance Reform Law
http://bit.ly/nSOQo5
Florida Senate Bill Number 2654
http://1.usa.gov/nJbTMZ


* SANPL
A'A S A Poa






Stf Paen Parner


Robbin Byrd, B.S. CARD Consultant
Susan Hill, A.R.N.P. CARD Consultant
Mark Lewis, Ph.D. Executive Director
Leannis Maxwell Program Assistant
Ann-Marie Orlando, M.S. CCC-SP/AATT CARD Consultant
Carole Polefko Public Education Coordinator
John Polefko, M.Ed. CARD Consultant
Krestin Radonovich, Ph.D. Assistant Professor
Kathy Robinson Visual Supports Specialist
Greg Valcante, Ph.D. Director
Art Wallen, M.S. Associate Director
Alissa Yax Intake Coordinator
Cathy Zenko, M.S., CCC-SLP CARD Consultant


Jaime Bracken
Columbia, Hamilton, Lafayette, Suwannee, and
Union Counties
Cheryl Brenner
Alachua, Bradford, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy, and
Putnam Counties
Margie Garlin
Citrus and Hernando Counties
Amparo Perales
Marion County


Free Presentation: Attend in-person or online


"Social Animation and Development of a Person with Autism",
will provide an interesting perspective on the social development
of people with Autism and a first-hand account of the same. Jacob
Stephens offers various outlooks and points of view whereby liv-
ing with Autism can be viewed as a challenge rather than a tragedy.
This presentation has four parts: "Tiger in a Lions' Den" attempts to
explain what it is like to have Autism in a social world, while "Social
Animation" briefly describes the process of meeting the challenges in-
volved therein. "Own Little World" describes some of the silent and
invisible aspects of having Autism while "Physical Fitness" describes
how healthy exercise can be a confidence booster for individuals with
Autism as much as for anyone else.
About the Presenter:
Jacob Alexander Hunter Stephens spent his High School years study-
ing social conventions and group dynamics. At Santa Fe College he
























Fr6 ON !wJJed
-I 'ell!Aseu!eQ
alVd
30VISOd sn
"6JO !uOJd-UON


studied kinesthetics as a Dance major. He enjoys traveling and
his hobbies include amateur dodge ball, the study of linguistics,
and playing the Marimba (a type of percussion instrument). Ja-
cob holds an Associate of Arts Degree from Santa Fe College and
is currently working toward a Bachelor Degree in Psychology.
For more information please visit our calendar at
www.card.ufl.edu/calendar.html or call 352/273-0581.




Save the Date
The 19th Annual CARD Conference will be held January 13-15,
2012, in Orlando, FL. We will post more details as they are avail-
able on our website, facebok page, and in our newsletter and enews.


npa'3Un'lPJre'MAA
np'3-unoD-slpodD
1l60-9t8 gu"J
I68S-YSL 008 10 I9LZ-9Y8 ZV I
CZO-OT9ZC i-1 'TI!Asiu!rD
tZOOT XO0 Od
II!AsU!TED/Jfl (UXVD
aaVOisOd GqL
Ep!TOIJ JO0 (!SI]A!Ufl

vaIIOI /o AJLISIaAINfl
saiiniqesT. pala pue fl
uisinv joj jauaDj




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2011 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated May 24, 2011 - Version 3.0.0 - mvs