The Liberated Learning Consortium is a network of international partners working to improve information accessibility through applications of speech recognition technology.  Consortium members actively contribute to research and develop new technologies, techniques, and knowledge. Members also participate at an overall decision-making level to identify priorities and strategies that fuel innovation and advance the state of the art.

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Active Members
School for Global Inclusion and Social Development, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA
College of Science and Mathematics, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA
IBM Research, USA
IBM Human Ability and Accessibility Center, USA
IBM China Research Lab, China
Nuance Communications, USA
Purdue University, USA
University of Toronto, Canada
University of Western Sydney, Australia
Higher Education Consulting Group, Australia
University of Southampton, United Kingdom
EML European Media Laboratory GmbH, Germany
Hiroshima University, Japan

Past Members
California State University Northridge, USA
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Messiah College, USA
Stanford University, USA
Landmark College, USA
University of Kentucky, USA
Saint Mary’s University, Canada
Durham College, Canada
Ryerson University, Canada
Cambrian College, Canada
Cape Breton University, Canada
York University, Canada
Neil Squire Society, Canada
Canadian Hard of Hearing Association, Canada
Learning Disabilities Association, Canada
Easter Seals, Canada
Central TAFE College, Australia
Murdoch University, Australia
Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE, Australia
University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia
Charles Darwin University, Australia
Australian National University, Australia
Massey University, New Zealand
Totton College, UK
Universität Ulm, Germany
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Universita di Bologna, Italy
Iris Versari, Italy
Beijing Union University, China
Special Education College of ChongQing Normal University, China
Beijing School for the Deaf, China