Conoloe, G, Oliver, M and Seale, J (eds.)
An exploration of the potential of Automatic Speech Recognition to assist and enable receptive communication in higher education.
ALT-J, Research in Learning Technology, 14, (1), .
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The potential use of Automatic Speech Recognition to assist receptive communication is explored. The opportunities and challenges that this technology presents students and staff to provide captioning of speech online or in classrooms for deaf or hard of hearing students and assist blind, visually impaired or dyslexic learners to read and search learning material more readily by augment-ing synthetic speech with natural recorded real speech is also discussed and evaluated. The auto-matic provision of online lecture notes, synchronised with speech, enables staff and students to focus on learning and teaching issues, while also benefiting learners unable to attend the lecture or who find it difficult or impossible to take notes at the same time as listening, watching and thinking.
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An exploration of the potential of Automatic Speech Recognition to assist and enable receptive communication in higher education. (deposited 24 Mar 2006)
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