Currents in Electronic Literacy
Spring 2001 (No. 4)
Special Topic: Disability, Accessibility and Electronic Literacy
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Speech Recognition: Sci-Fi or Composition?
Speech recognition software is improving, and it could change the way we write.  By Charles Lowe

Hearing, with Aids
A hearing impaired rhetorician meditates on captioning, hearing aids, cochlear implants, and the simple but troublesome telephone.  By Brenda Jo Brueggemann

Technologies of Language and the Embodied History of the Deaf
An extended reflection on what it might mean to write an oral history of the deaf, a group whose natural means of expression, signed language, is not only unwritten language, but also language until recently little understood. By Leland McCleary

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