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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1978 Volume 7, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Technology and the Deaf Learner--Preface

    Frank B. Withrow

    Discusses the four papers from the Second International Learning and Technology Congress that are included in this issue. These papers provide a theoretical and experimental background for... More

    pp. 3-5

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  2. Television and the Deaf

    Barbara B. Braverman & Barry Jay Cronin

    Presents a perspective on the limited access deaf people have had to television viewing. Legal and technological breakthroughs which will facilitate access are addressed, as well as the need for... More

    pp. 7-17

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  3. Development of a PLATO Based Curriculum for Tactile Speech Recognition

    Frank A. Saunders

    Describes a PLATO-based curriculum for teaching profoundly deaf children to understand speech sounds, which are presented as touch patterns on the abdomen. PLATO's auditory disk output is used to... More

    pp. 19-27

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  4. A National Survey of the Use of Computer Assisted Instruction in Schools for the Deaf

    James R. vonFeldt

    This survey of the use of computer assisted instruction in schools for the deaf identified 34 systems with a total of 408 terminals, predominantly in elementary and secondary schools for the deaf; ... More

    pp. 29-38

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  5. Computer Graphics and Language Instruction for the Deaf

    Margaret S. Withrow

    Reviews literature supporting the development of educational materials employing videotape and computer-generated three-dimensional animation, which will coordinate written and spoken language for ... More

    pp. 39-43

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