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Linda Gottermeier

Audiology Faculty

Communication Studies and Services
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

585-475-6429
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Linda Gottermeier

Audiology Faculty

Communication Studies and Services
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

Education

BS, Nazareth College of Rochester; MA, State University College at Geneseo; AuD, Salus University

585-475-6429

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Uninvited Presentations
Noah, Blankenship,, et al. "The RIT/NTID Student and the Technologies They Use to Access Spoken English." Workshop for Business Careers Students. National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Rochester, New York. 22 Apr. 2020. Lecture.
Gottermeier, Linda and Bonnie Bastian. "App smack Down for the College Classroom." Educational Technology Day 2019. Ithaca College. Ithaca, NY. 21 Mar. 2019. Conference Presentation.
Gottermeier, Linda and Bonnie Bastian. "App Smack Down for the NTID Classroom." NTID Scholarship Symposium. NTID. Rochester, NY. 11 Dec. 2018. Conference Presentation.
Bastian, Bonnie, Linda Gottermeier, and James Mallory. "Engaging Students in your Technical Classroom using their Smart Phones." 2019 ASEE. ASEE. Buffalo, NY. 11 Apr. 2019. Conference Presentation.
Gottermeier, Linda, et al. "Gaining Equal Access to Communication." Spoken Communication Strategies and Techniques. NTID. Rochester, NY. 5 Oct. 2017. Lecture.
Gottermeier, Linda, et al. "Professional Interactions Using Mobile Applicatioins." Imagine RIT. RIT. Rochester, NY. 5 May 2017. Poster Session.
Gottermeier, Linda, et al. "Gaining Equal Access to Communication (Part 2)." ESSP. ESSP. Rochester, NY. 3 Nov. 2017. Lecture.
Gottermeier, Linda and Bonnie Bastian. "Smart Phones to Enhance Student Engagement." Educational Technology Day 2018. Ithaca College. Ithaca, NY. 22 Mar. 2018. Lecture.
Gottermeier, Linda, Charlotte Thoms, and Mark Marschark. "How to Say No." Tenure Track Faculty PD Group. NTID. Rochester, NY. 27 Mar. 2018. Guest Lecture.
Bastian, Bonnie and Linda Gottermeier. "App-licable Resources to Bridge Communication for Deaf and Hearing Persons." New York State Speech Language Hearing Association. New York State Speech Language Hearing Association. Rochester, NY. 24 Apr. 2015. Conference Presentation.
Gottermeier, Linda, et al. "Automatic Speech Recognition Systems as Tools to Enhance Spoken Communication in the Classroom." NYSETA. National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Rochester, NY. 22 Oct. 2015. Conference Presentation.
Gottermeier, Linda, Bonnie Bastian, and Raja Kushalnagar. "App-licable Networking for Enhanced Communication Access." NTID Tech Symposium. National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Rochester, NY. 28 May 2015. Conference Presentation.
Gottermeier, Linda, et al. "Automatic Speech Recognition Systems as Tools to Enhance Spoken Communication in the Classroom." Spoken Communication Strategies and Techniques. National Technical Institute for the Deaf. Rochester, NY. 23 Oct. 2015. Lecture.
Gottermeier, Linda and Bonnie Bastian. "App-licable Trials of Communication Bridging Apps." Effective Access Technology Conference. RIT/Al Sigl. Rochester, NY. 10 Nov. 2015. Poster Session.
Gottermeier, Linda and Bonnie Bastian. "Evaluative Trials with Communication-Bridging Applications for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Users." UNYTE Scientific Session. UNYTE. Rochester, NY. 3 Dec. 2015. Poster Session.
Gottermeier, Linda, et al. "Automatic Speech Recogniton Systems as Tools to Enhance Spoken Communicaiton in the Workplace." NTID Tech Symposium. NTID. Rochester, NY. 21 Jan. 2016. Poster Session.
Gottermeier, Linda. "Video Application to Enhance Learning for Deaf Students." CAID. NTID. Rochester, New York. 27 Jun. 2013. Lecture.
Gottermeier, Linda and Wendy DiMatteo. "Sound Advice." Imagine RIT. RIT. Rochester, NY. 4 May 2013. Conference Presentation.
Gottermeier, Linda, Joseph Valdez, and Kensie Channon. "Video Applications and Learning." Imagine RIT. RIT. Rochester, NY. 4 May 2013. Conference Presentation.
Gottermeier, Linda and Bonnie Bastian. "What's APP-ening? Exploring Communication Apps." SCST. NTID. Rochester, NY. 12 Dec. 2013. Lecture.
Grants
Gottermeier, Linda (2019-2021). Impact of a Contralateral Hearing Aid on Content Acquisition in Students with Early-onset Deafness and Long-term afness and long-term Unilateral Cochlear Implant Useunilateral Cochlear Implant Use. Grant received/funded by SPDI, RIT/NTID.
Stinson, Michael, et al (2017-2021). MITRE FCC Telecommunication Relay Services (TRS). Grant received/funded by FCC, FCC.
Gottermeier, Linda (2018-2018). RFP Online Learning. Grant proposal submitted to RFP Online, NTID Learing Center.
Gottermeier, Linda (2018-2019). Mobile Apps to Enhance Cross-cultural Communication. Grant received/funded by RIT Global Studies, RIT Global Studies.
Gottermeier, Linda (2018-2019). Bimodal Amplification (Cochlear Implant plus Hearing Aid) in an NTID Classroom. Grant proposal submitted to NTID Research, NTID.
Gottermeier, Linda (2016-2017). Exploring automatic speech recognition technologies in an NTID classroom. Grant received/funded by PLIG, RIT.
Stinson, Michael, et al (2017-2019). MITRE FCC Telecommunication Relay Services (TRS). Grant received/funded by FCC, FCC.
Gottermeier, Linda and Todd Pagano (2016-2017). Automatic Speech Recognition to Support Spoken Language Communication. Grant received/funded by SPDI, NTID.
Gottermeier, Linda (2017-2018). Mobile Applications to Enhance Communication in Learning and Business Environements. Grant received/funded by Dodge Grant, Dodge.
Gottermeier, Linda, Bryan Hensel, and Nisha Cerame (2015-2016). Refurbishing of the NTID Audiology Center. Grant received/funded by Daisy Marquis Jones, Daisy Marquis Jones.
Gottermeier, Linda (2015-2016). ReSound Gives Sound. Grant received/funded by ReSound North America, ReSound North America.
Gottermeier, Linda (2015-2016). Oticon People First Research. Grant received/funded by Oticon USA, Oticon USA.
Gottermeier, Linda (2015-2016). ReSound Gives Sound. Grant received/funded by ReSound North America, ReSound North America.
Ting, Simon, et al (2012-2013). Using Social Media and Online Video Applications, with Added Peer Tutoring Support for Classroom and Lab-Based Instruction in Two-Year and Certificate CTE Program at NTID. Grant received/funded by Perkins VATAE, Perkins.
Journal Paper
Gottermeier, Linda. "Influence of Provider Remarks on Efforts to Maximize Residual Hearing in a Deaf Client." Audiology Today. September/October (2018): 66-70. Print.
Gottermeier, Linda and Carol De Filippo. "Patterns of loudness growth in experienced listeners with early-onset severe-profound hearing loss." Journal of the American Academy of Audiology 29-6. 20 (2018): 457475. Print.
Gottermeier, Linda and Carol DeFilippo. "Patterns of loudness growth in experienced listeners with early-onset severe-profound hearing loss." Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 29. 6 (2018): 457-476 (20). Print.
Gottermeier, Linda, et al. "User Evaluation of Speech Recognition Systmes for Deaf-Hearing Interactions at School and Work." Audiology Today. March/Aprinl (2016): 1-12. Print.
Gottermeier, Linda, Carol DeFilippo, and Catherine Clark. "Trials of a Contralateral Hearing Aid after Long-Term Unilateral CI Use in Early-Onset Deafness." American Journal of Audiology March. (2016): 100-125. Print.
Gottermeier, Dr. Linda and Dr. Carol DeFilippo. "Early-onset Deafness: Functional Speechreading Assessment." Audiology Today Aural Rehabilitation Issue. November/December (2014): 10-17. Print.
Internal Reports/Manuscripts/Articles
Kavin, Denise, et al. "NTID T-Shaped Committee Recommendations and Development of Soft Skills for the NTID Student" [Communication Studies and Services]. Rochester: National Technical Institute for the Deaf, 20 Feb. 2017. Print.
Gottermeier, Linda and Christopher Taylor Edwards. "Crafting Acess" [NTID]. Rochester: NTID Tech Symposium, 21 Jan. 2016. Print.
Shows/Exhibits/Installations
Gottermeier, Dr. Linda. Communication Apps for Deaf/Hearing Persons. By Wendy Di Matteo. 5 May 2014. Imagine RIT, Rochester, NY. Exhibit.
Published Conference Proceedings
Gottermeier, L. "Web-based Video Applications for Teaching Job Interviewing." Proceedings of the Conference of American Instructors of the Deaf. Ed. K. Mousely. CAID Conference Proceedings: n.p., 2011. Web.
Formal Presentation
Kiperman-Kiselgof, Regina, L. Gottermeier, S. Ting, and C. Clark.“Web-based Interactive Video Application as a Strategy for Employment of Deaf Professionals.” An International Symposium: Technology and Deaf Education. Exploring Instructional and Access Technologies, June 21-23, Rochester Institute ofTechnology. Ed. E. William Clymer. Rochester, NY: NTID at RIT, 2010. n.p. Web.

Currently Teaching

NCOM-207
3 Credits
This course examines interpersonal and small group communications in organizational settings in today's global, corporate climate, with emphasis on important aspects of communication for deaf individuals entering a professional career. Students become familiar with the business environments of large and small companies and the implication of company size regarding personnel decisions. Case studies from selected corporations provide insights into elements of communication processes such as networks (electronic and non-electronic), organizational structures, managerial decision-making, interviewing, organizational development, and conflict resolution. Companies' perspectives on hiring culturally and ethnically diverse individuals and Deaf individuals are discussed. Laws, such as Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), related to the hiring and support of disabled workers are addressed. Additionally, processes to effectively communicate and market entrepreneurial business plans as a strategy for employment in an evolving world economy will be reviewed.