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Deaf Studies/Professional Studies
ASL/English interpreters (ASLEI) are exploring their influence and how they impact the communities they work with. Sensitive to oppression and marginalization of the needs of the d/Deaf community, interpreters and interpreting students are looking at how they can best support greater accessibility for people with who identify as d/Deaf or hard of hearing. Video games are one such area where accessibility is lacking. Problems include reliance on sound cues for crucial survival information...
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Cheeley, Rebekah, "Achieving Immersive Gameplay: Interpreters and Video Game Accessibility" (2018). Honors Senior Theses/Projects. 171.
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