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Course Overview

This course will integrate the audiology students¿ knowledge and skills of auditory, visual, and vibrotactile receptive communication technologies designed to meet the needs of deaf and hard of hearing individuals as well as other populations, at home, in the workplace, in educational settings, and for recreational purposes. Communication technologies include systems to facilitate (1) face-to-face communication, (2) the reception of media, (3) telephone reception, and (4) the awareness of environmental sounds. Review and practice with actual volunteer clients of the needs assessment, selection, and verification process will be provided in two hands-on one-day workshops in the Gallaudet Assistive Devices Demonstration Center.

Credits: 1
Distribution: Doctorate, Graduate
Prerequisite: HSL 844; 823 or 824

Other Courses

This online course is designed for students who are preparing for Service Providers and careers working with individuals who are ...
Grading System: letter grades only.
A study of the speech mechanism, speech production, and the acoustics of speech.

Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate