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Fast Fact: Assistive Listening Systems: An Introduction

The term assistive listening systems (ALS) describes a variety of technologies that reduce the barriers that result from distance and surrounding noise. 

Fast Fact: Assistive Listening Systems: An Introduction

Fast Fact: Assistive Listening Systems: Choosing the Right Technology for your Campus

Selecting the right assistive listening technology for a campus can be a daunting task.

Fast Fact: Assistive Listening Systems: Choosing the Right Technology for your Campus

Demystifying Hearing Assistance Technology: A Guide for Service Providers and Consumers

Find out more about hearing aids, cochlear implants, assistive listening devices, alerting devices, telecommunications options and more.

Demystifying Hearing Assistance Technology: A Guide for Service Providers and Consumers

Telecoils (Tipsheet)

Use this tipsheet as a quick reference for understanding the function and use of telecoils in hearing aids and cochlear implants.

Telecoils (Tipsheet)

Understanding amplified stethoscopes

An incoming student with a hearing loss is enrolled in an allied health program and will need to use a stethoscope. Who is responsible for purchasing the amplified stethoscope, and how will the instructor know that the student is accurately reporting information and describing sounds?

Understanding amplified stethoscopes

Testing FM systems

A student is complaining about an FM system. I don't wear hearing aids. How do I test the system?

FAQ - FM System