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May 30, 2014

SignWriting Symposium presenters...
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http://www.signwriting.org/symposium/2014/Live_Streaming_Schedule.html

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STREAMED ON THE INTERNET

LIVE ONLINE JULY 21-24, 2014
on Google Hangouts & YouTube 

SCHEDULE OF PRESENTATIONS

Time schedule is based on Pacific Daylight Time (PDT)
24-hour clock and then converted to UTC - GMT
(Universal Time Coordination or Greenwich Mean Time)

TIME
PDT

TIME
UTC

DAY 1
JULY 21, 2014

DAY 2
JULY 22, 2014

DAY 3
JULY 23, 2014

DAY 4
JULY 24, 2014

8:00

15:00

Welcome Message
by Moderators
& Valerie Sutton

Opening Chat
about events
today

Opening Chat
about events
today

Opening Chat
about events
today

8:30

15:30

Presentation 1
RESEARCH

“Implementation
into the SWORD
project of
observations
arising from the
process of users'
appropriating
and adapting
SignWriting”
by
Claudia Bianchini
FRANCE 
and 
Fabrizio Borgia
ITALY 
Presentation 11
SOFTWARE

"SignPuddle
Standard For
SignWriting
Text"
by
Steve Slevinski
USA

Presentation 21
SOFTWARE

"Constructing a
TrueType Font
for the
SignWriting
Script
with Unicode
Characters
using Graphite
Rendering
System" 
by
Steve Slevinski
USA 
Presentation 31
SOFTWARE

"Digital
Collaboration
with
Machine-Readable
Sign Language
Text in the
SignWriting
Script"
by
Steve Slevinski
USA

9:15

16:15

Presentation 2
EDUCATION

“Wöhrmann's
SpeechWriting
used within
SignWriting
Documents
Teaches
Deaf Students
Spoken
Language"
by
Stefan
Wöhrmann
GERMANY

Presentation 12
EDUCATION

“DELEGS-Editor”:
Software Tool
For Teaching
Deaf Students
Spoken
Language”
by
Stefan
Wöhrmann
GERMANY

Presentation 22
LITERATURE

“Once upon a time
they wrote,
now we
(sign) write!”
by
Rafaela Cota Silva
PORTUGAL

Presentation 32

10:00

17:00

Presentation 3
EDUCATION

“Ways to Write
Sign Languages
by Hand with
SignWriting.”
by
Adam Frost
USA

Presentation 13

Presentation 23

Presentation 33

10:45

17:45

Presentation 4
SOFTWARE

“SWift,
a user-centered
digital editor for
SignWriting
within the
SWORD project.”
by
Claudia Bianchini
FRANCE 
and 
Fabrizio Borgia
and 
Maria De Marsico
ITALY 
Presentation 14

Presentation 24

Presentation 34

11:30

18:30

Presentation 5

Presentation 15
EDUCATION

The Importance
of SignWriting
in Deaf
Education
by
Mohamed Ali Balti 
Fedi Bahri 
Wafa Laajili
TUNISIA

Presentation 25

Presentation 35

12:15

19:15

Presentation 6

Presentation 16

Presentation 26

Presentation 36

13:00

20:00

Presentation 7
LITERATURE

"The Complete
New Testament 
in Written ASL:
Decade of Writing
27 books in the 
SignWriting Script"
by
Nancy Romero
USA

Presentation 17

Presentation 27

Presentation 37

13:45

20:45

Presentation 8
LITERATURE

“Encyclopedias in
Written ASL:
Writing 48
Articles for the
ASL Wikipedia"
by
Nancy Romero
USA 


Presentation 18

Presentation 28
RESEARCH

“Seeing Through
Your Own (or 
Someone
Else’s Face):
Transcribing
Visual Data
from the
Expressive
Viewpoint"
by
Erika
Hoffmann-Dilloway
USA

Presentation 38

14:30

21:30

Presentation 9

Presentation 19

Presentation 29

Presentation 39

15:15

22:15

Presentation 10
EDUCATION 

“Ordering Signs
in Dictionaries”
by
Charles Butler
USA
BRAZIL 
Presentation 20

Presentation 30

Presentation 40
RESEARCH

“40 Years Writing
Sign Languages:
Evolution of the
SignWriting
Script 1974-2014”
by
Valerie Sutton
USA
16:00

23:00

Closing Chat
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Tomorrow

Closing Chat
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Tomorrow

Closing Chat
About Events
Tomorrow

Closing Message
by Moderators &
Valerie Sutton                                       





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