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This article explains different types of multimedia materials for deaf students that teachers can use to make content accessible. It summarizes some of the research and studies that have assessed how well these tools help deaf students. Some of the tools listed are for deaf students in the United States who use American Sign Language (ASL) to communicate. Some of the other tools listed might also be helpful for teachers in other countries. This article is old (2007?) so some information may be out of date.

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