Elizabeth Meddeb is Assistant Professor of ESL and Humanities at York College-CUNY. She is also Director of Women's Studies. She teaches advanced composition, linguistics and humanities courses.


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Speech Recognition-Mediated Literacy

This research study investigates the interaction between speech recognition dictation technology and the use of language by speakers of English from varying ethno-linguistic backgrounds.

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The Differential uses of “Okay” in Computer-Based Task Activities

This paper explores the differential uses of the token "okay" in teaching-learning interactions around the computer.

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Medium Transferability: Managing Speech-to-Text Disfluencies

This study attempts to identify the role that the graphic display of orally originated language activity plays in shaping the discourse used to compose with speech recognition dication software.

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The Accuracy of Speech Recognition Dictation Software for Minority Language Users

This paper discusses the role that discourse and text type plays in shaping the output of speaker-dependent speech recognition dictation software over time.

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