Text, Access in the Classroom, Christopher Hoffman, signing.
When I took a lecture-style course, the professor would project PowerPoint slides with all the photographs of architecture and buildings. It was challenging, because I was fascinated by those images, but I could not look at both the image and the interpreter. The professor referenced specific points of the architecture and the meanings behind certain features, but I would miss out.
The professor even used a red laser pointer to reference specific features. But there was a five-second delay in the interpretation, which resulted in me missing a lot of information. My experience in the classroom was not equal to that of my classmates who could listen and view the slides simultaneously.
Logo, national deaf center dot org
End of Accessibility Document