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MATISSE - Method and Tool Innovations for Speech Science Education

University College, London, UK
16-17 April 1999

Oral Sessions

Interactive Phonetics, virtually
Julie Carson-Berndsen, Dafydd Gibbon

Interactive learning in speech and hearing
Stuart Wrigley, Martin Cooke, Guy Brown

Using Java to develop interactive learning work-bench for speech analysis basics on theWorld-Wide Web
Andrzej Drygajlo, Guy Delafontaine

InterPHACE: Internetworked links for PHonetic Analysis in ClinicalEducation
Janet M. Beck, Alistair M. Lawson, Ineke Mennen

HI-SIM v1.0: Hearing impairment simulation on a CD-ROM
Pentti Körkkö, Kerttu Huttunen, Martti Sorri

The Project for the Development of Multimedia Methods in Logopedics and Phoniatrics(PUMP)
Viveka Lyberg Åhlander, Eva Falk Nilsson, Eva Wigforss, Roland Rydell

European Virtual University - ODL Voice Course
Eva Wigforss

Curriculum development in phonetics education
Valerie Hazan, Wim van Dommelen

Phonetics teaching objectives in Polish universities
Malgorzata Bryndal

Teaching digital speech processing for telecommunications
Mircea Giurgiu

Using the CSLU toolkit for practicals in spoken dialogue technology
Michael F. McTear

Laboratory course on speech processing using KHOROS development environment
Zdravko Kacic

Teaching and Learning through Visualised Speech Processing Experiments
Jan Nouza

Using hypertexts/hypermedia in the teaching of phonetics and phonology
Giuliana Garzone, Francesca Santulli

A prosodic Module for self-learning activities
Rodolfo Delmonte

Criteria for designing interactive exercisesto learn French intonation
Christine Fiandino, Phil Green, Annie Rouxeville

Experiences of large scale implementation of speech analyzing tools in learning Swedish assecond language
Håkan Larson

Web-based educational tools for speech technology
Kåre Sjölander, Jonas Beskow, Joakim Gustafson, Rolf Carlson, Björn Granström

Tutorial design for web-based teaching and learning
Chris Bowerman, Anders Eriksson, Mark Huckvale, Mike Rosner, Mark Tatham, Maria Wolters

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