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SignWriting List
May 31, 2014

Dear Symposium Presenters:
Thank you for your requests for times and days to present live at the Symposium… The majority of you answered and requested specific times. For those who did not answer, I placed your presentations in the remaining slots.

Take a look at your presentation number and time and day, to be sure you can commit to being online to present at that time. If you have a schedule conflict, please tell me, and we will try to re-arrange the schedule if possible.

SignWriting Symposium Schedule of Live Presentations
http://www.signwriting.org/symposium/2014/Live_Streaming_Schedule.html

Be sure to Refresh your browser to see the changes on the web page above. Or see below -  I pasted the schedule below.

We will help you all the way, so no worries about the presentation…it will be amazingly fun…you will see!

Now that we have the schedule set, I can complete your individual web pages for your videos, PowerPoint Slide presentations and written papers, which I will need from you by July 7, 2014.

And we will be discussing the need for interpreters shortly -

THANK YOU to all of you for preparing your presentations - It is so impressive, all that you have accomplished!  Val ;-)

SignWriting Symposium Schedule of Live Presentations
http://www.signwriting.org/symposium/2014/Live_Streaming_Schedule.html

 

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 Silva
PORTUGAL

Presentation 32
RESEARCH

“The relevance
of SignWriting
as a way of
transcribing
the phonology
of Sign
Languages”

by
Roberto Costa
Madson Barreto
BRAZIL

10:00

17:00

Presentation 3
EDUCATION

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

by
Adam Frost
USA

Presentation 13
SOFTWARE

"Using
SignWriter
Studio
Desktop
Software"

by
Jonathan
Duncan
HONDURAS

Presentation 23
SOFTWARE

“TuniSigner:
A Virtual Avata
to Interpret
SignWriting
Notations”

by
Yosra Bouzid
Mohamed Jemni
TUNISIA

Presentation 33
SOFTWARE

“A proposal
for the
recognition of
handwritten
SignWriting
for the
SWORD
project”

by
Fabrizio Borgia
Maria De Marsico
ITALY 

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
Maria De Marsico
ITALY

Presentation 14
SOFTWARE

“Alternative
ISWA 2010
Fonts”

by
Jonathan
Duncan
HONDURAS

Presentation 24
EDUCATION

“SignWriting
in Brazilian
Deaf
Education:
1996 to present"

by
Marianne Stumpf
Madson Barreto
BRAZIL

Presentation 34
EDUCATION

“ZNAKOPIS/
GIBOPIS
(English:
SignWriting)
in Deaf
Education
in Slovenia"

by
Edi Strouhal
SLOVENIA

11:30

18:30

Presentation 5
RESEARCH

“SignWriting:
examining
the reading
of deaf subjects
by means of
functional
magnetic
resonance
(MRI)”

by
Marianne Stumpf
BRAZIL

Presentation 15
EDUCATION

The Importance
of SignWriting
in Deaf
Education

by
Mohamed Ali Balti
Fedi Bahri
Wafa Laajili
TUNISIA

Presentation 25
EDUCATION

“Aspects of
reading and
SignWriting:
case studies
with deaf
children &
adult college
students deaf
& learning.”

by
Débora Wanderley
BRAZIL

Presentation 35
EDUCATION

“Escrita de
Sinais
sem mistérios”
the First
Brazilian Book
Teaching
SignWriting”

by
Madson Barreto
Raquel Barreto
BRAZIL

12:15

19:15

Presentation 6
EDUCATION

“Literacy in a
Trilingual
Context using
SignWriting:
the Paraguayan
Experience.”

by
Mirta Barreto
PARAGUAY

Presentation 16
EDUCATION

“Contribution
of Assistive
Communication
and Writing
Signs for
Communication
with the Deaf”

by
Enilde Faulstich
Gláucio Castro
Patrícia Tuxi
BRAZIL

Presentation 26
EDUCATION

“Teaching and
Learning
SignWriting
in an
Online Course:
Experiences
of the Teacher
and Students”

by
Madson Barreto
Silvana Pereira
Eva Barbosa
BRAZIL

Presentation 36
RESEARCH

“Linguistic
terminological
productivity
between
Brazilian
Sign Language
(LIBRAS) and
SignWriting”

by
Vera Lima
Madson Barreto
BRAZIL

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
EDUCATION

“Teachers of
the Deaf at
the Center for
Educational
Support in
Ipiaú and the
Reading
Readiness in
SignWriting”

by
Madson Barreto
Jorgina Souza
Maria Nascimento
Tatiana Coelho
BRAZIL

Presentation 27
EDUCATION

“Magic Behind
the Cams:
Teaching
SignWriting
in an
Online Course”

by
Madson Barreto
Gilberto Goulart
BRAZIL

Presentation 37
RESEARCH

“Translation into
SignWriting of
abstracts from
doctorate
dissertations,
master theses
and papers:
a new
paradigm”

by
Madson Barreto
Pedro Oliveira
Raquel Barreto
BRAZIL

13:45

20:45

Presentation 8
LITERATURE

“Encyclopedias in
Written ASL:
Writing 48
Articles for the
ASL Wikipedia"

by
Nancy Romero
USA


Presentation 18
EDUCATION

“Perspective
of the Deaf
About
SignWriting
in the
Brazilian City
Ipiau/ Bahia”

by
Madson Barreto
Jorgina Souza
Maria Nascimento
Tatiana Coelho
BRAZIL

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
LITERATURE

“Thoughts on
Sutton
SignWriting
as Musical
Notation”

by
Ron Shalom
USA

14:30

21:30

Presentation 9
EDUCATION

"Using
SignWriting
to Teach Hearing
American
Sign Language
Students: A
10 year
Retrospective”

by
Natasha
Esclada-Westland
USA

Presentation 19
SOFTWARE

“SignWriting App:
A Useful
Educational
Tool”

by
Jake Chasan
USA

Presentation 29
EDUCATION

“Why Should
We Implement
SignWriting
As A Pilot
Program in
Deaf Schools?”

by
Denny Voreck
USA

Presentation 39
SOFTWARE

“Practical
SignWriting
in Unicode”

by
Charles
Devereaux
FRANCE

15:15

22:15

Presentation 10
EDUCATION

“Ordering Signs
in Dictionaries”

by
Charles Butler
USA &
BRAZIL

Presentation 20
EDUCATION

“SignAnimating”
by
André Lemyre
CANADA

Presentation 30
EDUCATION

“Presenting the
SignWriting App
to Deaf Students
in Germany
and Hearing
Students in
San Diego”

by
Elena Eroshkin
USA

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
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Tomorrow

Closing Message
by Moderators &
Valerie Sutton



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