ClassInFocus is an online multimedia classroom platform for deaf and hard of hearing students to access remote interpreters and captioners and improve their visual access to live, in-person classes.
The ClassInFocus research project is part of the DHH Cyber Community and is in collaboration with University of Washington, Rochester Institute of Technology, and the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.
Demo of ClassInFocus being used by students. Video hosted from YouTube.
Screen shot of ClassInFocus used for pilot study.
|Richard Ladner||University of Washington|
|Anna Cavender||University of Washington|
|Shaun Kane||University of Washington|
|Pam Siebert||NTID/RIT and IBM|
|Jeff Bigham||University of Rochester|
|Katie Sullivan||Olin University|
For more information, contact Anna Cavender (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Richard Ladner (email@example.com).
ClassInFocus is part of the DHH Cyber Community research project at the University of Washington and is funded by the National Science Foundation with gifts from Adobe, Google, IBM, and Microsoft.