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Volume 128, Number 5, 1983

Table of Contents

From: American Annals of the Deaf

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Foreword

pp. 511-514

The Microcomputer in the Instruction of Hearing-Impaired Students: Tool or Distraction?

pp. 515-520

Group Learning and the Computer: The Teacher Brings an Apple for the Students

pp. 521-524

Dynamic Orometrics: A Computer-Based Means of Learning About and Developing Speech by Deaf Children

pp. 525-534

A Model for the Implementation of Microcomputer Use Into a Program for the Hearing Impaired

pp. 535-552

The Use of Microcomputers in Teacher Training Programs

pp. 553-556

Administrative Dilemma: How to Stop Worrying and Start Loving the Computer

pp. 557-563

A Rationale for LOGO for Hearing-Impaired Preschoolers

pp. 564-569

The Use of Microcomputer Technology in Assessing and Training Communication Skills of Young Hearing-Impaired Children

pp. 570-576

Sign Teacher: A Microcomputer Application for the Teaching of Sign Language

pp. 577-584

Computer-Assisted Evaluation at the California School for the Deaf—Fremont

pp. 585-594

Microcomputer Activities of the Special Materials Project

pp. 595-599

Software Publication Considerations and the Hearing Impaired

pp. 600-604

Microcomputers for Severely Handicapped Students: Issues in Design and Evaluation

pp. 605-609

Educational Media Production Project for the Hearing Impaired: Update '83

pp. 610-612

DEAFNET—The Word's Getting Around: Local Implementation of Telecommunications Networks for Deaf Users

pp. 613-618

Real-Time Transliteration of Speech into Print for Hearing-Impaired Students in Regular Classes

pp. 619-624

A Computer-Assisted Diagnostic and Prescriptive Tool For Use in Teaching Speech to the Deaf

pp. 625-630

SpecialNet: Instant Information/Communication

pp. 631-635

Real-Time Closed-Captioned Television as an Educational Tool

pp. 636-641

Analysis of the Relative Instructional Efficiency of Microcomputer-Based Instruction and Teacher-Directed Instruction for Hearing-Impaired and Normal-Hearing Youth

pp. 642-647

LOGO: A Powerful Learning Environment for Hearing-Impaired Children

pp. 648-652

Photojournalism: Microcomputer Text Editing and Photography—Synthesis and Divergence

pp. 653-661

Principles and Requisites of Computer-Assisted Interactive Video Instruction: A Sign Language Lesson

pp. 662-672

Computer-Driven Decision Support Systems

pp. 673-680

The Effective Use of Computers at Township High School District 214

pp. 681-684

Interactive Videodisc: An Innovative Instructional System

pp. 685-700

Kendall Demonstration Elementary School Meets the Technological Challenge: A Comprehensive Computer-Managed Education System

pp. 701-706

Recent Changes in CAI at CSDF

pp. 707-709

Computer-Based Education: Fact or Fad?

pp. 710-713

The Expansion of Analytical Thinking of the Science Student Through Interaction With the TRS-80

pp. 714-716

Cumulative Symposium Bibliography (1965–1974–1978–1983): A Guide to Media Symposium Papers: Media Symposium Reports

pp. 717-765

Symposium on Research and Utilization of Educational Media for Teaching the Deaf “Computer Assisted Research and Instruction for the Hearing Impaired”

pp. 766-773

Participant Roster: 16th Symposium—Lincoln March 21, 22, 23, 1983

pp. 774-782

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