The Volta Review

Title

The Volta Review

Subject

career development for individuals with disabilities

Description

The Volta Review is a professionally refereed journal inviting manuscripts devoted to the education, rehabilitation and communicative development of people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Its readership includes teachers of students who have hearing loss; professionals in the fields of education, speech, audiology, language, otology, medicine, technology and psychology; parents of children who have hearing loss; and adults who have hearing loss. Established in 1899, The Volta Review is the official journal of the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, an international nonprofit organization, based in Washington, D.C., particularly interested in the communication abilities of people with hearing loss. The journal is published three times annually, including two regular issues and a special, single-topic monograph issue each year.

The Volta Review currently seeks manuscripts of empirically based studies focusing on practical or conceptual issues with the result of advancing knowledge relevant to the communication needs and abilities of people with hearing loss. Group and single-subject designs are acceptable .

Source

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Date

2010-08-31

Contributor

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Relation

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Format

text/html

Language

eng

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Coverage

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Files

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Collection

Citation

Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, “The Volta Review ,” KC BANCS Resource Hub, accessed May 28, 2017, http://kcstemresources.omeka.net/items/show/82.