Technology Enhanced Learning for People with Disabilities: Approaches and Applications
This book, Technology Enhanced Learning for People with Disabilities: Approaches and Applications, has articles by many experts. It explains how to use technology to improve learning among students with different types of disabilities. See the fourth chapter, “Learning Applications for Disabled People”, which addresses assistive learning technologies for deaf students. This book was published in 2010. It was edited by Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos, Jingyuan Zhao, and Robert D. Tennyson.
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