Audiology Educational Resources Online

This section of the Audiology Resources website ( lists a range of useful educational resources on audiology related topics which can be found on the Internet (see below). In addition you may also be interested in visiting the Audiology Discussions forum within this website to ask questions, and take part in discussions, on many subject areas related to audiology with other professionals from around the globe. The news section also covers many breaking news stories on the latest research being done around the world.

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Our Educational Resources | General | Diagnostics | Tinnitus | Noise | Vestibular | Newborn Screening | Cochlear Implant | Hearing Aids | Genetics


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  • Audiology Discussions Forum
    This audiology forum consists of online interactive message boards for questions, answers and discussions related to audiology. This is a useful educational resource allowing professionals and students from around the world to interact and learn from one another, as well as to allow the discussion of the latest audiology publications and audiology research. The forum also allows easy access to a number of leading international audiology professionals (who are members members of this forum) for there points of view on there specialist areas. More information about the forum and how to join can be found here. (

  • Audiology Games and Puzzles
    Various unique audiology games and puzzles can be found in the fun stuff section of this website. These are designed to be fun and educational for both the student and professional in audiology. One such game is hang-teddy, which is an audiology word game, where audiology related words and phrases have to be guessed from the clues provided using your knowledge of audiology. (

  • Audiology Publications
    The publication section of this website includes details of audiology journals, audiology books and it contains search facilities (tools) for audiology related publications. (

  • Audiology News
    You can keep up-to-date with audiology news from around the world here. This audiology news section contains audiology related news articles written by our team (, as well as reviews of recent audiology related articles given in the World's media. (

  • Audiology Research
    A list of research groups and research centres, from around the globe, as well as details of any areas they are specialising in can be found here (to see lists by subject area please scroll down this page instead). (

  • 3D Ear
    McGill University's Audilab tutorial on the anatomy of the inner and middle ear using 3D models of a human ear. (To view the 3D models a VRML pluggin is required for your browser, see the site for further details). It also contains review problems and a multiple choice quiz. (Canada)

  • Acoustic Neuroma Association, USA
    The Acoustic Neuroma Association's (ANA) website contains a range of information about acoustic neuromas. Have a look at the overview section for background about acoustic neuromas, symptoms, identification, treatment options, post treatment and a glossary of terms. (USA)

  • Ashmore Lab - Rock Around The Clock Hair Cell Video
    Professor Jonathan Ashmore's website is the home of the famous "Rock Around The Clock Hair Cell Video." It also gives details of the work being carried out by the Ashmore Lab research group at University College London. (UK)
  • Audiology Forum: Video Otoscopy
    Roy F. Sullivan's website is a detailed resource about otoscopy. There is an extensive range of information and images that indicate various states of the ear canal and tympanic membrane, including pathological conditions. There are also various case studies to represent these. (USA)

  • Audiology Online - Articles
    Audiology Online's article section contains documents that relate to many areas of audiology. The documents can be displayed by date or by topic. (USA)

  • CDC's Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program
    The Center for Disease Control's (CDC) Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program (EHDI) brings you a range of useful information about early hearing detection and universal hearing screening. (USA)

  • Deafness at Birth
    A training and information resource for professionals who work with deaf babies and their families. The website is designed to help professionals to work effectively with babies and toddlers under two - and with their families. (UK)

  • How the Ear Works
    William E. Brownell, at Baylor College of Medicine (Texas), brings you this extensive information resource entitled, "How the Ear Works - Nature's Solutions for Listening." It provides a comprehensive step-wise guide. (USA)

  • National Physical Laboratories, Audiometric Calibration and Standards
    This National Physical Laboratory (NPL) website section contains national and international calibration information and standards relevant to audiometry. (UK)

  • Virtual Tour of the Ear
    Perry C. Hanavan at Augustana College brings you this extensive informative resource. The site covers multiple aspects of audiology and directs the user to various resources. (USA)

Diagnostic Audiology

  • Cortical Electric Response Audiometry Website
    Guy Lightfoot brings you this educational and technical resource website for Audiologists to promote the development, availability and clinical use of cortical electric response audiometry. It contains a range of useful information, including the basics, optimising the technique and details of literature. (UK)

  • Evoked Potential Audiometry Tips for Clinicians Website
    David R. Stapells' website gives a range of tips for clinicians. It includes tips about auditory steady-state responses (ASSR), threshold tone-evoked auditory brainstem responses (ABR), and neurologic / retrocochlear auditory brainstem responses. There are also various associated downloads and details of the research being carried out at the University of British Columbia HAPLAB. (Canada)

  • Otoacoustic Emissions
    The Otodynamics website contains a range of information about otoacoustic emissions, as well as their equipment. Have a look at the 'about OAEs' section for background information, uses, tips and literature. (UK)

  • Otoacoustic Emissions
    The otoacoustic emissions portal website contains information about all aspects and uses of OAEs. (English and Italian versions, Italy)


  • American Tinnitus Association
    The professional section of the the American Tinnitus Association's (ATA) website contains a range of basic information about treatment options for tinnitus. (USA)

  • British Tinnitus Association
    The British Tinnitus Association website provides an extensive range of information about tinnitus. Have a look through the various links, including 'information' and 'education & awareness'. (UK)

  • Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Centre, London
    Within this website, Jonathan Hazell brings you a range of information about tinnitus, hyperacusis and tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT). (UK)

  • Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Center, Atlanta
    Pawel Jastreboff brings you a range of information about tinnitus retraining therapy (TRT), tinnitus and hyperacusis. (USA)



  • Dizziness, Imbalance and Hearing Disorders
    Timothy C. Hain's website is very informative and contains large amount of useful content for professionals. It provides an excellent guide to dizziness. (USA)

  • Imperial College London, Academic Department of Neuro-Otology
    The department provides facilities for clinical and basic science research into human posture, balance and spatial orientation and their disorders in diseases affecting the senses and nervous system. Have a look at the research sections for information about various aspect of movement and balance. (UK)

  • Vestibular Disorders Association, USA
    The overview section of the Vestibular Disorder Association's website contains a range of basic information about vestibular disorders. The information includes possible symptoms, causes and treatment. (USA)

Universal Newborn Hearing Screening

  • National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management
    The National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM), at Utah State University, provides information about ensuring that all infants (newborns) and toddlers with hearing loss are identified as early as possible and provided with timely and appropriate audiological, educational, and medical intervention. (USA)

  • CDC's Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program
    The Center for Disease Control's (CDC) Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Program (EHDI) brings you a range of useful information about early hearing detection and universal hearing screening. (USA)

  • Newborn Hearing Screening Programme, England
    This website, from the National Health Service (NHS) newborn hearing screening programme for England, contains a useful range of information about newborn hearing screening. (UK)

  • Newborn Hearing Screening, Scotland
    The National Health Service (NHS) newborn hearing screening programme for Scotland, provides a range of information about newborn hearing screening. (UK)

Cochlear Implant

  • The British Cochlear Implant Group
    The professionals section of the British Cochlear Implant Group website contains a range of useful information related to cochlear implantation. This includes, clinical issues, assessment, surgical issues, operation, rehab and strategies. (UK)

  • The Bionic Ear Institute
    Graeme Clark's Bionic Ear Institute website contains a wide range of information about cochlear implants, as well as the range of research activities carried out by the institute. (Australia)

Hearing Aids




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