Using speech recognition technology to come true Liberated Learning for deaf students

@article{Ye2009UsingSR,
  title={Using speech recognition technology to come true Liberated Learning for deaf students},
  author={Li Ji Ye and Xu Jia Cheng},
  journal={2009 4th International Conference on Computer Science & Education},
  year={2009},
  pages={1704-1706}
}
For many years, the teaching for deaf students usually used sign language, lip reading and writing. However, as time goes on, these three methods show lots of disadvantages. It is difficult to come true the Liberated Learning for deaf students using these methods. Thanks to the development of the modern information technology, IBM and the International Liberated Learning Alliance developed a new technology which named Speech Recognition. The function of this technology can help the deaf… CONTINUE READING

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