COVID-19 challenges deaf, hard of hearing college students

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Article originally posted on the Houston Chronicle by Brittany Britto. They have graciously allowed us to share it here as well. Graduate student William Jon Weintraub panicked when he first learned that Rice University would transfer all courses online. “I … Read More

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Video Conference and Speech to Text Translation Tools

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Video Conference and Speech to Text Translation Tools for the Late-Deafened, Deaf, Hard-of- Hearing and our Hearing Allies #ALDA ROCKS! The Association of Late-Deafened Adults, ALDA, Inc. remains thankful to everyone for keeping their distance during the coronavirus pandemic. We … Read More

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Honoring Roy Miller, an ALDA icon

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The Association of Late-Deafened Adults, ALDA, Inc. is saddened to share that our long-standing and founding board member and hearing loss advocate Dr. Roy E. Miller passed away on Tuesday, March 10, 2020. He was with his partner Carol Sliney and family by … Read More

RIT News: NTID production of ‘Dial M for Murder,’ Feb. 28-March 1, also features cutting-edge captioning technology

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RIT/NTID’s ‘Dial M for Murder’ runs Feb. 28-March 1 Classic whodunnit also features cutting-edge captioning technology for deaf, hard-of-hearing audiences The Alfred Hitchcock classic Dial M for Murder has a new twist as Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf Performing Arts translates … Read More