Technical report; Drury, C. G.; Ma, Jiao; Woodcock, K. 2001. SUNY at Buffalo.Continue reading “Do Job Aids Help Incident Investigation?”
Woodcock, K., Pole, J.D, 2007. Health profile of Deaf Canadians: Analysis of the Canada Community Health Survey. Canadian Family Physician 53:2140–2141 e.7.Continue reading “Health profile of Deaf Canadians: Analysis of the Canada Community Health Survey”
Chovaz, C., Snoddon, K., Campbell, L. Leduc, V., Woodcock, K., 2019. Deaf academics across disciplines and generations. 9th International Deaf Academics and Researchers Conference, University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland, 11–13 May.
Kathryn Woodcock, Meg J. Rohan, Linda Campbell (2007). Higher Education 53, 359-379.Continue reading “Equitable representation of deaf people in mainstream academia: Why not?”
My external blog safeandsilent includes a number of blog posts related to my experience as a deaf academic, deafness, and use of technology purported to assist, adapt, or help. Be advised that it is not academic writing and uses my “activist voice”.
Woodcock, K., 2002. Remote CART: How I survived my PhD research. J. Court Reporting. May: 70–72.
May be a bit hard to find as this volume is no longer on JCR / NCRA website.
Older publications are no longer listed on the site due to the lack of reliable links and copyright obstacles. If you come across a citation to anything I have published and you cannot obtain the paper, please reach out.
Woodcock, K., 1997. Ergonomics of automatic speech recognition applications for deaf and hard-of-hearing users. Technology and Disability 7, 147–164.Continue reading “Ergonomics and automatic speech recognition applications for deaf and hard-of-hearing users”
Woodcock, K., Pole, J.D., 2008. Educational Attainment, Labour Force Status and Injury: a comparison of Canadians with and without deafness and hearing loss. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research 31, 297–304.Continue reading “Educational attainment, labour force status and injury: a comparison of Canadians with and without deafness and hearing loss”
In Deaf Professionals and Designated Interpreters, external link A New Paradigm, external link. (Hauser, Finch & Hauser, 2008) Washington DC: Gallaudet University Press.Continue reading “Academic and Educational Interpreting from the Other Side of the Classroom: Working with Deaf Academics”