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Roberson, Len – American Annals of the Deaf, 2001
A survey of 70 deaf education faculty and 50 administrators of programs serving students who are deaf of hard of hearing found 99 percent used computers and printers for instruction during class, 84 percent used VCRs for instruction during class, and 56 percent used video cameras for instruction during class. (Contains references.) (CR)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Uses in Education, Deafness, Educational Media
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Slike, Samuel B.; And Others – American Annals of the Deaf, 1995
A newly developed, computer-based, videodisc instructional program to teach speechreading skills was evaluated using 74 hearing college students. The program provides users with practice in speechreading words, sentences, and stories presented by over 150 people. Results indicated a significant improvement in speechreading ability from pretest to…
Descriptors: College Students, Computer Assisted Instruction, Hearing Impairments, Higher Education
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Beykirch, Hugh L.; And Others – American Annals of the Deaf, 1990
Twenty-eight hearing college students were trained on 30 signs from American Sign Language that had been classified as iconic, opaque, or abstract. Students learned and retained iconic signs better than opaque or abstract. A videotaped presentation mode produced greater consistency in scores than computer-assisted instruction. (Author/JDD)
Descriptors: American Sign Language, Computer Assisted Instruction, Hearing Impairments, Higher Education
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Beykirch, Hugh L.; And Others – American Annals of the Deaf, 1989
Twenty-eight college students with normal hearing, naive to sign language, were trained on 30 American Sign Language signs using computer-assisted instruction or a videotaped presentation. Results indicated significantly higher scores under the videotaped condition when sign learning and retention were probed 3 and 10 days after training.…
Descriptors: American Sign Language, College Students, Comparative Analysis, Computer Assisted Instruction
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Mertens, Donna M.; Wang, Zhuli – American Annals of the Deaf, 1988
Forty-three preservice teachers in programs for hearing-impaired students were studied to determine the effects of age, sex, and computer experience on their attitudes toward computers. Measurements of computer anxiety, confidence, and liking indicated that computer experience corresponded with positive computer attitudes; age and sex had no…
Descriptors: Age Differences, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Literacy, Computer Uses in Education
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Mertens, Donna M.; Rabiu, Jubril – American Annals of the Deaf, 1992
This study evaluated the effectiveness of a computer-assisted instructional program to teach educational psychology concepts to 19 preservice deaf teachers. The computer modules were based on cognitive learning theory principles. Results indicated significant learning and positive reactions by students to lesson quality. (Author/DB)
Descriptors: Cognitive Psychology, Computer Assisted Instruction, Courseware, Deafness