Title

The importance of collaboration within interactive learning experiences for the holistic development of deaf or hard of hearing children

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Association for Computing Machinery, Inc

School

School of Arts and Humanities

RAS ID

24496

Comments

Originally published as : Tan, Michelle Ching Ying (2016). "The Importance Of Collaboration Within Interactive Learning Experiences For The Holistic Development Of Deaf Or Hard Of Hearing Children" in Proceedings of the The 2th International Conference in HCI and UX on Indonesia 2016 - CHIuXiD '16 (1-4503-4044-X, 978-1-4503-4044-1), (p. 77). New York, New York, USA. Article found here

Abstract

This paper reports on the initial findings of the first of four phases of an ongoing study, which seeks to explore how interactive media can be beneficial to the personal development of deaf or hard of hearing children aged six to nine, especially when it provides a collaborative experience. The study examines the conditions that affect the lives of deaf or hard of hearing children, so that future interaction design practice can make allowances to cater to their needs and requirements, and encourage the acquisition of social and emotional skills. © 2016 ACM.

DOI

10.1145/2898459.2898471

Access Rights

Free to access