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Captions - 12 entries

  1. Applications of Telecommunications Technology to Services for Individuals with Disabilities. Rehabilitation Research Review #7. Bruyere, Suzanne M. 1983. 1 microfiche : negative.
  2. Assistive Devices in Public Schools Which Aid the Understanding of Verbal Language: A Guide for Facility Planning. Facility Guidelines. Maryland State Dept. of Education, Baltimore. Office of School Facilities. 1986-Mar. 1 microfiche : negative, ill.
  3. Captioned Media for Hearing-Impaired Youngsters: What Parents Need to Know. Posell, Annette 1984. 1 microfiche: negative, ill.
  4. Captioned Media in the Classroom. Decker, Nan; Montandon, Betsy 1984. 1 microfiche : negative, ill.
  5. Captioning Effects on Television News Learning. Reese, Stephen D.; Davie, William R. 1987-Aug. 1 microfiche : negative, ill.
  6. Impact of Television Captioning on Hearing Audiences. Ruggiero, Richard M. 1986.. 1 microfiche : negative, ill.
  7. Photographs in Textbooks: More Than Pretty Pictures? Woodward, Arthur 1986-Apr. 1 microfiche : negative, ill.
  8. Playing With Film. Gaffney, Maureen, Ed. 1980. 1 microfiche : negative, ill.
  9. Readable English for Hearing-Impaired Students: Multi-Level Guidelines for Linguistically Controlled Reading Materials. Decker, Nan; And Others 1980. 2 microfiche: negative, ill.
  10. Soap Operas and Captioning in the EFL Class. Huffman, Donald T. 1986-Nov. 1 microfiche : negative.
  11. Television Captioning, Interference, and A Hearing Audience: A Media Management Question. Ruggiero, Richard M. 1986-Apr-18. 1 microfiche : negative, ill.
  12. Viewing and Enjoyment of Prime Time Commercial Television among Deaf and Hearing Students. Austin, Bruce A.; Myers, John W, 1983-Nov. 1 microfiche: negative.

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