A "Visible" Woman: Learning with a Student who is Deaf-blind at University

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2011
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Chanock, Kate
Stevens, Michelle
Freeman, Sally
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University of Hawaii at Manoa -- Center on Disability Studies
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This article presents a case study of an undergraduate student with Deaf-blindness working with an interpreter and an academic skills adviser to develop her writing for the disciplines. It highlights the mutual learning this involves: about strategies for communication, issues of inclusion, and perspectives on disability.
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deaf-blind, disability, voice
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Chanock, K., Stevens, M. & Freeman, S. (2011). A "Visible" Woman: Learning with a Student who is Deaf-blind at University. Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal, 7(2).
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