Marc Marschark, Harry G. Lang, and John A. Albertini. Educating Deaf Students: From Research to Practice Oxford University Press US 2002.
 Harry G. Lang. Higher education for deaf students: Research priorities in the new millennium. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education (7:4):267–280, 2002.
 Johnson, Robert Clover, Ed.; Cohen, Oscar P., Ed. Implications and Complications for Deaf Students of the Full Inclusion Movement. Gallaudet Research Inst., Washington, DC. Occasional Paper 94-2.
Comments: Nice historical background of deaf education in argument for more than just full inclusion options for deaf students.
 Sara A. Kersting. Balancing Between Deaf and Hearing Worlds: Reflections of Mainstreamed College Students on Relationships and Social Interaction. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 12(4):486-494, 2007.
Comments: Students who were mainstreamed without sign language skills and/or knowledge of deaf culture are shunned by deaf students and stereotyped by hearing students. Isolation, loneliness, and resentment lead to attrition.
 John T. E. Richardson, Gary L. Long and Susan B. Foster. Academic Engagement in Students with a Hearing Loss in Distance Education. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education (9:1):68-85, 2004.
Comments: The effects of hearing loss on participation in distance learning courses was slight. (Perhaps easier to participate in distance learning than in traditional classroom?).
 Mitchell E. Ross and Michael A. Karchmer. Demographics of deaf education: More students in more places. (151:2):95–104, 2006.
Mike Wald. Captioning for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People by Editing Automatic Speech Recognition in Real Time. ICCHP 2006: 683-688
Comments: Transcribed text displays are a useful alternative to interpreters in the classroom for several reasons. This paper compared different methods of correcting errors in real time (mouse and keyboard, keyboard only, keyboard only with a table/grid).
 Ann E. Kelley Sobel and Joseph C. Hill. Enhancing the Learning Environment of Deaf Students. ACM SIGCSE 1999. pages 71-72.
 Nicoletta Adamo-Villani, Edward Carpenter, Laura Arns. An immersive virtual environment for learning sign language mathematics. ACM SIGGRAPH 2006.
Yoshinori Takeuchi, Yudai Sakashita, Daisuke Wakatsuki, Hiroki Minagawa, Noboru Ohnishi. Communication Supporting System in a Classroom Environment for the Hearing Impaired. ICCHP 2006: 627-634
Comments: Weird techy solution to a silly seating problem. Proposed use in classroom with majority deaf students. In this situation, students would either sit in a circle for best line of sight for all students, or the teacher would simply repeat the question before answering it. These solutions are much more reasonable than a camera that automatically zooms in on a student with a raised hand and displays video on a big screen up front. But, it would be fun to break the system by raising your hand while the teacher is talking or getting everyone to raise hands all at once. :)