|8/26||Intro to the Profession / Overview of Syllabus (Powerpoint)||Held asynchronously Watch recording on BB Collaborate between 8/26-8/28||Watch Sound of Metal using this link and PW SMTL@Loom1234!|
|9/2||Review Anatomy & Physiology (Powerpoint) and Acoustics (Powerpoint)||Quiz #1 due on BB by 11:59pm 9/8/2021||Gelfand: Chapter 2 (33-40, 42-50) Kramer: Chapter 3 (19-42)|
Week 2: Anatomy & Physiology Videos
Week 2: Acoustics Video
|9/9||Pathologies of the Ear – SNHL v. CHL|
|**if you are doing a pathology paper, this is where you will find ideas!||Quiz #2 due on BB by 11:59pm 9/15/2021 Choose topic for Research Paper before next class!||Gelfand: Chapter 6|
|9/16||NO CLASS||NO CLASS||NO CLASS!|
|9/23||Library Session & Begin Hearing Assessments (Powerpoint for all): Pure Tone Audiometry||Have your topic ready so you can practice looking up resources with the librarian!||Quiz #3 due on BB by 11:59 pm 9/29/2021||Gelfand: Chapter 5|
|9/30||Finish Hearing Assessments: Pure Tone Audiometry||Quiz #4 due on BB by 11:59pm 10/6/2021||Gelfand: Chapter 5|
|10/7||Hearing assessments: Speech Audiometry||Quiz #5 due on BB by 11:59pm 10/13/2021||Gelfand: Chapter 8|
|10/14||REVIEW SESSION FOR MIDTERM||RESEARCH PROJECT DUE AT BEGINNING OF CLASS|
|10/28||Masking||Quiz #6 due on BB by 11:59pm on 11/3/2021||Gelfand: Chapter 9|
|11/4||Hearing Assessments: Immittance||Quiz #7 due on BB by 11:59pm on 11/10/2021||Hamid & Brookler article|
|11/11||Objective Measures of Hearing (Powerpoint)||Quiz #8 due on BB by 11:59pm on 11/17/2021||– Wiegers, Bielefeld, Whitelaw article|
– Dhar & Hall: Chapter 3 (bottom of 47- top of 50)
Objective Measures of Hearing Video
|11/18||Aural Rehabilitation: Counseling and Amplification||Quiz #9 due on BB by 11:59pm on 12/1/2021||Meibos et al article, McCormack & Fortnum article|
|11/25||NO CLASS||NO CLASS||NO CLASS!|
|12/2||Other topics in Audiology: Vestibular, tinnitus, APD||Quiz #10 due on BB by 11:59pm on 12/9/2021||Check OER for resources|
|12/9||FINAL REVIEW SESSION|
|12/16||FINAL EXAM||In person!||Good luck!|
Gelfand, Stanley. Essentials of Audiology. NEW YORK: Thieme Medical Publishers, Incorporated, 2016. Print.
Kramer, Steven, and David K Brown. Audiology. San Diego: Plural Publishing, Incorporated, 2018. Print.
Wiegers, J. S., Bielefeld, E. C., & Whitelaw, G. M. (2015). Utility of the Vivosonic IntegrityTM auditory brainstem response system as a hearing screening device for difficult-to-test children. International Journal of Audiology, 54(4), 282–288. (DOI)
Dhar, S., & Hall, J. W. (2012). Otoacoustic emissions : principles, procedures, and protocols. Plural Publishing, Inc.
Meibos, A., Muñoz, K., Schultz, J., Price, T., Whicker, J. J., Caballero, A., & Graham, L. (2017). Counselling users of hearing technology: a comprehensive literature review. International Journal of Audiology, 56(12), 903–908. (DOI)
McCormack, A., & Fortnum, H. (2013). Why do people fitted with hearing aids not wear them? International Journal of Audiology, 52(5), 360–368. (DOI)
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