Articles by Sue Nielsen

Dr. Nielsen co-founded the Seek and Sign project in 2011 with the aim of improving the communication environment of very young deaf children through the innovative use of information technologies. She has degrees in linguistics, communication, library science and information systems. She has supervised more than thirty post-graduate students.

An Experience in Requirements Prototyping with Young Deaf Children

Abstract Deaf children are an underrepresented group in technology development, despite the potential technology available to aid them in language acquisition. Requirements elicitation prototyping allows Deaf children to act in an informant role in the creation of key technologies. This paper presents a case study of requirements elicitation prototyping conducted with young Deaf children in […] [Read More]