Online learning can be used for those who are not able to physically attend classes. Rapid expansion of online tools and technologies make online learning more available. Testing was done in applications of Online Learning classes for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students at the collegiate level. Experiments show that interactivity and responsiveness of the instructor plays an important role in Online Learning as applied to Deaf and Hard of Hearing students.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Rochester Institute of Technology--Department of Information Sciences and Technologies--Curricula; Web-based instruction--Evaluation; Deaf--Education--Computer-assisted instruction--Research; Hearing impaired--Education--Computer-assisted instruction--Res
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Information Sciences and Technologies (GCCIS)
Bilowus, Matthew, "How online learning can benefit deaf and heard of hearing people" (2013). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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