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Ronald Kelly

Professor
MSSE - Research
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

2017 Submissions

Journal Paper

Stinson, Michael S., Lisa B. Elliot, and Ronald R. Kelly. "Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing High School and College Students’ Perceptions of Speech-To-Text and Interpreting/Note Taking Services and Motivation." Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities 29. 1 (2017): 131-152. Print. ˜

Mousley, Keith and Ronald R. Kelly. "Developing Deaf Students Fraction Skills Requires Understanding Magnitude and Whole Number Division." Journal of Education and Learning. (2018): 1-9. Print. £

Book Chapter

Kelly, Ronald R. "The Changing Face of the NTID Research Enterprise 1968-2017." "NTID 50th Anniversary History." Ed. James McCarthy. Rochester, NY: RIT Press, 2018. 115-123. Print. ∆

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Kelly, Ronald R. and Andrew B. Quagliata. "Developing Personal Characteristics and Soft Skills Needed for Promotion & Career Growth." 2017 Conference of the Association of College Educators-Deaf and Hard of Hearing. ACE-DHH Association of College Educators-Deaf and Hard of Hearing. San Antonio, TX. 7 Feb. 2017. Conference Presentation. *

Kelly, Ronald R., et al. "Stereotype Threat Effects on Deaf & Hard of Hearing College Students Math Performance." 2017 Conference of the Association of College Educators-Deaf and Hard of Hearing. ACE-DHH Association of College Educators-Deaf and Hard of Hearing. San Antonio, TX. 6 Feb. 2017. Conference Presentation. *

Kelly, Ronald R. and Andrew B. Quagliata. "Developing Strategies, Personal Characteristics and Soft Skills Needed for Job Advancement & Career Success." ADARA Conference 2017: Pathways to New Opportunities. ADARA-American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association. Portland, OR. 24 May 2017. Conference Presentation. *

Quagliata, Andrew B. and Ronald R. Kelly. "Using Artificial Intelligence Technologies to Evaluate and Improve Student Writing." Evidence-Based Teaching & Learning Lilly Conference. Lilly. Austin, TX. 4 Jan. 2017. Conference Presentation. £

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Michael Stinson

Research Associate Professor
MSSE - Research
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

2017 Submissions

Journal Paper

Rathbun, Kevin, et al. "Eye Movements of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Viewers of Automatic Captions." Journal on Technology and Persons with Disabilities. (2017): 1-10. Print. *

Stinson, Michael S., Lisa B. Elliot, and Ronald R. Kelly. "Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing High School and College Students’ Perceptions of Speech-To-Text and Interpreting/Note Taking Services and Motivation." Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities 28. 1 (2017): 131-152. Print. *

Book Chapter

Stinson, Michael S. "Importance of Technology for Education of Deaf Students." "Educating Deaf Learners: New Perspectives." Ed. Marc Marschark and Harry Knoors. New York, New York: Oxford University Press, 2018. 1-10. Print. ˜

Published Conference Proceedings

Stinson, Michael S., et al. "Knowledge Building and Problem Solving in Teams with Hearing, Deaf, and Hard of Hearing Postsecondary Students." Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York City, April 13-17, 2018. Ed. Carla O-Conner and Suzanne Wilson. Washington, DC: n.p., Web. *

Stinson, Michael S., et al. "Using Automatic Speech Recognition to Facilitate Communication Between and Individual who is Hearing and One who is Deaf or Hard of Hearing." Proceedings of the Proceedings of the 19th Annual International Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS17),. Ed. M. Findlater and M. Morris. New York, New York: ACM, 2017. Web. *

Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation

Stinson, Michael S. "Importance of Technology for Education of Deaf Students." Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Teaching Deaf Learners. Ed. Harry Knoors and Marc Marschark. Amsterdam, Netherlands: n.p.. ∆

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