BILD works to ensure its members are provided with a range of information sources to keep them up to date with what's happening in the field of learning disabilities.
Some of these information sources are described here, if you are a BILD member, or a subscriber to eCAS or our CASonline service you will be able to see the links to these pages in the menu on the left, if you're not a member or subscriber, you won't.
You can find out more about BILD membership on this website's 'Join BILD' pages.
You can find out more about eCAS and CASonline on our Journal pages.
The BILD Member's page
The BILD members' page contains information for members, such as links to download the BILD Members' Pack including the Directory of Useful Addreses, as well as back issues of the Members' newsletter.
Go to the BILD members' page.
The BILD Members' Who's Who
Where BILD members can share their interests, their experience and, if appropriate, their services.
Go to the BILD Members' Who's Who.
eCAS - the monthly information service from BILD
A service that keeps readers up to date with everything new in learning disabilities.
Each month, CAS lists new books and resources, journal articles, audio visual material and forthcoming courses and events. The news section gives details of new initiatives, projects, research and organisations.
eCAS is the digital version of CAS, the BILD Current Awareness Service. It is sent to subscribers and most categories of BILD membership each month by email.
On the CAS page you can see and download back copies of eCAS.
Go to the eCAS page.
CASonline - the online reference database from BILD
CASonline is a searchable database containing references to over 40,000 journal articles, books and pieces of research covering all aspects of learning disabilities.
These are grouped into 150 topic categories and cover more than 20 years of publications. The database is added to monthly.
CASonline is particularly useful to students and researchers who need a reading list of material on a particular topic.
The CASonline page gives links to the database of articles where you can conduct searches.
Go to the CASonline page.