Presentation at the AHEAD 2009 32nd Conference, this PowerPoint summary of recommendations from the Summit was presented at the AHEAD (Association on Higher Education and Disability) conference, Global Access: Opening a World of Opportunity, July 20-25, 2009, Louisville, KY
Presentation at the 24th International Technology & Persons with Disabilities Conference, this PowerPoint summary of recommendations from the Summit was presented at the CSUN (California State University - Northridge) Center on Disabilities conference, March 16-21, 2009, Los Angeles, CA
Summit Report Final (Sept. 1, 2009, 46 pages), includes the original summary report (October 22, 2008) and an addendum that summarizes three focus group discussions conducted post Summit between March and July 2009.
Summary Report, Initial Draft (October 22, 2008, 40 pages), summary of the group discussion and recommendations from the June 2008 Summit at RIT.
White Papers & Group Recommendations (June 28, 2008, 110 pages), the members of each constituency group are listed, along with pre-summit whitepapers and recommendations generated at the Summit.
Participant Evaluation Report (September 15, 2008, 12 pages), an analysis of the feedback and suggestions offered by Summit participants.
Bibliography on Remote Interpreting and Captioning (May 2008, 300 pages), references used to support discussion at the Summit.
Resources Related to Cyberinfrastructure and Remote Captioning and Interpreting
Classroom Interpreting and Visual Information Processing in Mainstream Education for Deaf Students: Live or Memorex?, Marc Marschark; Jeff B Pelz; Carol Convertino; Patricia Sapere; et al. American Educational Research Journal; Winter 2005; 42, 4; ABI/INFORM Global pg. 727
Benefits of Sign Language Interpreting and Text Alternatives for Deaf Students' Classroom Learning., Marc Marschark, et al. Journal of Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 11:4 Fall 2006
Cognitive underpinnings of learning by deaf and hard-of-hearing students: Differences, diversity, directions., Marschark, M. & Hauser, P. (2008). In M. Marschark & P.C. Hauser (Eds.), Deaf cognition: Foundations and outcomes (pp3-23). New York: Oxford University Press. UNCORRECTED PROOF (See the section on "All Learning Is Not Created Equal: STEM Education)
Using Networked Multimedia to Improve Academic Access for Deaf and Hard or Hearing Students, Anna C. Cavender, General Exam Document, University of Washington, 28 January 2008.
Constituency Group Resources
Support Services Coordinators
Educational Captioners and Interpreters
Educational, Linguistic, and Sign Language Researchers/Developers
General Project Resources
ASL-STEM Forum: A Bottom-Up Approach to Enabling American Sign Language to Grow in STEM Fields, Jeffrey P. Bigham, Anna C. Cavender, Jessica DeWitt, Daniel Otero and Richard E. Ladner
University of Washington Project Web Site, web site for the project as posted by the University of Washington