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Live or Face-to-Face Classes: Deaf Tips: Live or Face-to-Face Classes

Live or Face-to-Face Classes

Live or Face-to-Face Classes

Authors: Joan Naturale (NTID Librarian) and Laura Braggiotti (Interpreter).

Disclaimer: This InfoGuide lists tips you could consider while hosting or participating in classes. This information is based on our notes as of 2021 July 30.  This is an evolving document.  Some tips are provided courtesy of Northern Essex Community College (adapted).

In the left-hand columns are tabs you can click on for information.  Note: DHH is an acronym for Deaf and hard-of-hearing and DB is DeafBlind. 

We are open to your feedback and tips about your experiences related to communication, technology--really anything and everything. You can click on our names which include our e-mail addresses.

In the left-hand columns are tabs you can click on for information. If you have additional tips, please contact us and share.

-Before - Getting Ready for Live or Face-to-Face Classes

-During - General Tips

-After - Access to Shared Materials or Notes, Debrief

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