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to the University of
Student Accessibility Center Deaf/Hard of Hearing Program's web page.
program has a long history of providing quality accommodation services
to UWM students who are deaf and hard of hearing. We currently serve
approximately 50 students and also provide service for the larger UWM
proud to be an Outreach Site for the Postsecondary
Education Programs Network (PEPNet).
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pace and content of university classes?
Do you have good
Do you have the ability to hear words phonetically? Click here to
Do you have the ability to type at least 60 words per minute?
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You might enjoy a career as a C-Print Speech-to-Text-Services
What is C-Print? And what would I do as a C-Print Speech-to-Text
C-Print is a speech-to-text system utilized in the classroom to provide
students who are Deaf or hard of hearing real-time access to spoken
information. The C-Print Speech-to-Text Service Provider attends
classes and types what the instructor and students are saying on a
laptop using phonetic based abbreviations that expand to full English
words. The student who is Deaf or hard of hearing reads (as it is
happening) what the instructors and students are saying on another
for more information about C-Print.
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Mitchell Hall 120
Milwaukee, WI 53201
Last updated: October 19, 2011