​This free online library is a comprehensive, easy to use resource for hearing loops, other assistive listening systems, and telecoil information. It contains articles, legislation, papers, presentations, research, tools, videos, etc. 2000 + items.

Why: One comprehensive resource for hearing loops, other assistive listening systems, and telecoils. Makes information easily available. Simplify searches.

You can do a simple search or search everything (click on the small arrow in the search bar).

screenshot of 2 search options: 1) creator, year or 2) creator, year +full-text

Anyone in the country or internationally:

  • Audiologists and hearing instrument specialists (labeled HHP-Hearing Healthcare Practitioners)
  • Hearing loop advocates
  • Hearing loop installers
  • Journalists
  • Researchers
  • Sites/institutions/venue owners and operators
  • Students

and whomever is curious.

  • Articles, magazine articles (Sound & Communication, HHTM, etc.)
  • Bloggers
  • Continuing Education for audiologists and hearing instrument specialists, CEU
  • Hearing loop initiatives (state and regional)
  • HLAA tools
  • Journals, such as The Hearing Journal (lots of articles), Ear and Hearing (4 articles), Audiology Practices
  • Legislation with telecoils, building standards, education, etc.
  • New hearing loop installations announcements (blog posts, newspaper articles)
  • Resources (formal and informal), pdf, doc, jpg
  • Websites, such as, etc.
  • YouTube videos (hearing loop simulations, explanations, hearing loop campaign, training)
  • Vendor information about installers, audiology practices, hearing instrument specialist practices, or hearing loop manufacturers unless they are educational
  • Articles behind paywalls

Yes!  Zotero is great for research projects. Notify us through Zotero that you’d like to become a group member, we’ll add you.

Then you can use the Zotero app on your computer.

Maybe you’re the type of learner who just dives in and starts clicking on buttons! Or maybe a tutorial from the Univ of Georgia could explain things

Suggestions are welcomed! Just email using the website address.  Send the links you’d like to have added, attach articles, or specifically describe changes of an existing resource. Only administrators can add or make changes.

Screenshot with explanation of Zotero components.