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Two Novel Technologies for Accessible Math and Science Education

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Adamo-Villani, N. ; Purdue Univ., West Lafayette, IN ; Wilbur, R.

We are using the results of the study to improve the design of both programs. We plan to repeat these evaluations several times as development of both programs progresses. Evaluation with kindergarten and elementary school deaf children and their teachers will be done in collaboration with the Indiana School for the Deaf and will start in the fall of 2009. We will report the results in a future article. A strong need exists for solutions that allow deaf users to communicate and interact in an environment free of prejudice, stigma, technological barrier, or other obstacles. The fact that all children were able to engage with and complete the tasks in both test systems is encouraging.

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MultiMedia, IEEE  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 4 )