AG Bell Publications

The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing writes two publications to support and inform the listening and spoken language community. The Volta Review is a peer-reviewed scientific journal established more than 113 years ago and focuses on the latest reserach n the field of hearing loss, spoken language development and much more. Volta Voices is a bi-monthly magazine covering a variety of topics helpful to families, adults with hearing loss and professionals alike.


 

Volta Voices July-September 2016

This issue of Volta Voices focuses broadly on making connections and building bridges to advance listening and spoken language for individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing in their communities around the globe.
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The Volta Review

The Volta Review is AG Bell’s 113-year-old peer-reviewed journal that publishes the latest research in speech and language development, hearing technology, early intervention, hearing health care and professional development, among other topics. Read More »

The Volta Review CEUs

The Volta Review is pleased to offer readers continuing education units (CEUs) for self-study of the journal. Read More »