When Speech Input is Not an Afterthought: A Reading Tutor that Listens

Gregory Aist and Jack Mostow
Proceedings of the Workshop on Perceptual User Interfaces, October, 1997.


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Abstract
Project LISTEN's Reading Tutor listens to children read aloud, and helps them. The first extended in-school use of the Reading Tutor suggests that for this task speech input can be natural, compelling, and effective.

Notes
Associated Lab(s) / Group(s): Project LISTEN
Associated Project(s): Project LISTEN\'s Reading Tutor
Note: Reprinted in Proceedings of the Conference on Automated Learning and Discovery (CONALD98), June 11-13, 1998

Text Reference
Gregory Aist and Jack Mostow, "When Speech Input is Not an Afterthought: A Reading Tutor that Listens," Proceedings of the Workshop on Perceptual User Interfaces, October, 1997.

BibTeX Reference
@inproceedings{Aist_1997_3692,
   author = "Gregory Aist and Jack Mostow",
   title = "When Speech Input is Not an Afterthought: A Reading Tutor that Listens",
   booktitle = "Proceedings of the Workshop on Perceptual User Interfaces",
   month = "October",
   year = "1997",
   Notes = "Reprinted in Proceedings of the Conference on Automated Learning and Discovery (CONALD98), June 11-13, 1998"
}