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    Live captions (“subtitles”) in the operating theatre

    Using tablet technology to link the sounds in the operating room to an off-site medical transcriptionist, a hearing impaired medical student is able to "listen" — in real time — to every word uttered by the surgeon performing the operation. Video included.

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    Media Access Australia

    Media Access Australia is a not-for-profit organisation that provides information and applies technological solutions to media access issues, including captioning. They provide information to students and teachers about accessing course resources and how they can get captioned copies of this material.

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    National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes - US

    The National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes (NDC) is a technical assistance and dissemination center that provides evidence-based strategies to deaf individuals, family members, and professionals at the local, state, and national levels with the goal of closing education and employment gaps for deaf individuals.

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    National Relay Service (NRS)

    The National Relay Service (NRS) is provided by the Australian Communications Exchange (ACE). By typing on a textphone or computer with a modem, people who are Deaf, or have a hearing or speech / communication impairment, can contact anyone with a Relay Officer facilitating the call. This Australia-wide service operates 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

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    Notetaking For Deaf and Hard Of Hearing Student: DVD

    This 9 minute DVD provides an introduction to some of the issues of which notetakers need to be aware, and offers tips on writing effective notes. Notetakers are an essential part of access support for deaf and hard of hearing students in the classroom. However, there is more to notetaking than just "taking notes", and the difference between good and bad notetaking can critically impact on the educational outcomes for the student.

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    OpenAccess Chat

    Developed specifically for people who are Deaf and hard of hearing, OpenAccess Chat helps you to be part of the conversation. The app allows users to have a conversation in a noisy environment and it can help Deaf students learn English and the art of discussions.

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    Red Bee Media

    Red Bee Media specialises in creating and providing live and pre-recorded captions for major Australian broadcast networks and subscription TV channels. We work with advertising agencies, film production companies and distributors to deliver captioning, subtitling and audio description for all forms of media and offer a fully comprehensive language services division.

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    Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children

    One of Australia’s major charities, the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) aims to provide high quality educational services to children who have significant hearing and/or vision impairment, including children who have additional disabilities.

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    Supporting the achievement of deaf young people in further education - UK

    This resource will help higher education staff to support deaf students to achieve in higher education and to make sure that deaf students have the support they need to make good progress, take advantage of the opportunities of higher education and successfully complete their studies.

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    Tasdeaf: Tasmanian Deaf Society

    Tasdeaf is a community service organisation that provides services and education for Deaf and hard of hearing Tasmanians and their families. Tasdeaf also provides services for the broader Tasmanian community, to promote better understanding of hearing loss and to ensure that our community is equitable and inclusive. Services provided include: Auslan Interpreting; Auslan Courses; Deaf and Hard of Hearing Support; Deaf Cultural Awareness; Training and Advocacy.