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About Audiology Source

The first goal of this site is to bring together all the components needed for a deep understanding of audiology in one convenient place. The second goal is to provide simple explanations of complex topics, and to break down dense literature, without the jargon and formality required of scientific writing. There are no pretenses here - just straightforward explanations with the sole purpose of helping you truly understand the wide range of material necessary to become a competent and confident audiologist. Audiology Source also brings you resources physical textbooks can't, such as animations and interactive tools.

Audiology Source was conceived of and created by Travis M. Moore, Au.D., Ph.D. He also personally funds the project, including the cost of hosting fees and the hours committed to creating original content. Please consider donating to help keep this site online!


All site content is organized into Subjects, Modules, and Lessons:
  • Subjects: the navigation bar at the top of each page displays all available subjects as dropdowns (e.g., "Diagnostics").
  • Modules: each subject contains one or more modules, which you can think of as "courses" in school (e.g., "Electrophysiology"). The modules appear as cards on the homepage (icons and brief descriptions), and can also be found under the subject dropdown menus in the navigation bar at the top of each page.
  • Lessons: each module is composed of several lessons, which contain the actual content. A list of lessons can be found on a module's Overview page, or by using the navigation bar at the top of each page.
You can cite Audiology Source as any other online resource. You will need:
  • The page author's name: provided at the top of each page
  • The date the page was written: provided at the top of each page
  • The title of the page: provided at the top of each page
  • The website name: Audiology Source
  • The page URL
An example citation is provided below:
Moore, T. (2021, January 25). Electricity in biological systems.
Audiology Source. https://audiologysource.com/electricity_in_biological_systems/
New content may be added in the future, so be sure to check back, but this site is not currently under active development.
Yes! Suggestions are always welcome and help to guide what topics are covered on the Audiology Source. Drop us a line via the contact form and voice your opinion!

Contributing Authors

Travis M. Moore, AuD, PhD

Travis M. Moore, Au.D., Ph.D.

Site Creator and Maintainer

Dr. Moore earned his Au.D. from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in 2012, and his Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University in 2018. You can learn more at his personal site: www.travismmoore.com.