Mak­ing cog­ni­tive and lan­guage assess­ments avail­able online to practitioners

Mairéad Mac­Sweeney, UCL
@MaireadMacS

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Over 10 years, the UCL Deaf­ness, Cog­ni­tion and Lan­guage Research Cen­tre (DCAL) estab­lished many stan­dard­ised assess­ments of cog­ni­tion and lan­guage that were designed specif­i­cal­ly for peo­ple who were deaf. To ensure that these assess­ments were eas­i­ly avail­able to prac­ti­tion­ers work­ing with deaf chil­dren and adults, we devel­oped an online ‘por­tal’ to host the tests. We have been through, and are still going through, many iter­a­tions of the DCAL Por­tal to make it as user friend­ly as pos­si­ble. In this talk, I will share with you what we have learnt along the way.

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Mak­ing cog­ni­tive and lan­guage assess­ments avail­able online to practitioners