Device facilitates communication for students who cannot hear

04/25/2011 | Macon Telegraph (Ga.), The

Three Georgia schools that serve students who cannot hear or who have hearing impairments are using VPAD videoconferencing devices, which are akin to tablet PCs, that allow students to communicate using sign language. High-school students use the devices to teach math problems or read stories to the younger students, while one teacher uses them to communicate with students' families.

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