Applying the information search process model to analyze aspects in the design of serious games for children with hearing impairment

@article{Cano2016ApplyingTI,
  title={Applying the information search process model to analyze aspects in the design of serious games for children with hearing impairment},
  author={Sandra P. Cano and Daniyal M. Alghazzawi and Jaime Mu{\~n}oz Arteaga and Habib Fardoun and C{\'e}sar A. Collazos and Viviana Bustos Amador},
  journal={Universal Access in the Information Society},
  year={2016},
  volume={17},
  pages={83-95}
}
Deaf children traditionally face greater challenges and encounter difficulties particular to their abilities. The Information Search Process model (ISP) is oriented in the context of the present work as a process of searching for information about children with a hearing impairment in the area of literacy, applying the different stages of the ISP model to identify different aspects of hearing impairment. A case study was carried out at the USAER school in Aguascalientes, Mexico, a school that… CONTINUE READING

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