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Hello.
I want day 23, session 1.
Thank you.
Regards,Rafaela

Date: Sun, 7 Jun 2015 07:54:49 +0200
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Subject: AW: SignWriting Symposium 2015 - Please choose a Day & Time for your presentation
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Good morning Valerie

 

Pick a Session (a Time Slot) 

There are only 3 sessions per day. Below are the SAME
3 sessions, translated into different time zones for your convenience, using
the 24-hour clock. Scroll down to find your country or city, and then say:

 

 “I want Day 2, Session 1.    CEST - Central European Summer Time (Germany is 9 hours ahead of San Diego)

Session 1:  17:00 - 18:00

 

 

 Please put me on your calendar ;-)

 

All best Stefan

 

 

 









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2015 - Please choose a Day & Time for your presentation



 

SignWriting List,



June 6, 2015



 





Dear Presenters at the SW Symposium 2015 -



 





What Day & Time do you want to present at the SignWriting Symposium
Online? You will be presenting online, on your own computer or iPad.





 





Pick a Day and Time below and write to tell me what you prefer - many
thanks! 





 





SignWriting Symposium
2015





Broadcasting 3 presentations a day, for 4 days.





 





Pick a day in July 2015:





 





Day 1: July
21







Day 2: July
22





Day 3: July
23







Day 4: July
24





 





 





Pick a Session (a Time Slot) 





There are only 3 sessions per day. Below are the SAME 3 sessions,
translated into different time zones for your convenience, using the 24-hour
clock. Scroll down to find your country or city, and then say: “I want Day
____, Session _____.”  I will put you on the calendar ;-)





 





 





PDT - Pacific Daylight
Time (La Jolla is in San Diego County, California)





Session 1:  8:00 - 9:00





    Break: 9:00 - 9:30





Session 2:  9:30 -10:30





    Break: 10:30 - 11:00





Session 3: 11:00 -12:00





 







 





CST - Central Standard
Time (Nicaragua is 1 hour ahead of San Diego)







Session 1:  9:00 - 10:00







    Break: 10:00 - 10:30





Session 2:  10:30 -11:30





    Break: 11:30 - 12:00





Session 3: 12:00 -13:00











 





 





CDT - Central Daylight
Time (Iowa is 2 hours ahead of San Diego))









Session 1: 10:00 - 11:00







    Break: 11:00 -11:30





Session 2:  11:30 -12:30





    Break: 12:30 - 13:00





Session 3: 13:00 -14:00





 











 





EDT - Eastern Daylight
Time (Maine, Canada, Quebec are 3 hours ahead of San
Diego))







Session 1:  11:00 - 12:00







    Break: 12:00 - 12:30





Session 2:  12:30 -13:30





    Break: 13:30 - 14:00





Session 3: 14:00 -15:00









 





 





BRT - Brazilia Time ( Florianσpolis,
Santa Catarina, Brazil is 4 hours ahead of San Diego)







Session 1:  12:00 - 13:00







    Break: 13:00 - 13:30





Session 2:  13:30 -14:30





    Break: 14:30 - 15:00





Session 3: 15:00 -16:00







 





 





WEST - Western European
Summer Time (Portugal is 8 hours ahead of San Diego)







Session 1:  16:00 - 17:00







    Break: 17:00 - 17:30





Session 2:  17:30 -18:30





    Break: 18:30 - 19:00





Session 3: 19:00 -20:00







 







 





CEST -
Central European Summer Time (Germany is 9 hours
ahead of San Diego)







Session 1:  17:00 - 18:00







    Break: 18:00 - 18:30





Session 2:  18:30 -19:30





    Break: 19:30 - 20:00





Session 3: 20:00 -21:00













 





 





AST - Arabia Standard
Time (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia is 10 hours ahead of San
Diego)









Session 1:  18:00 - 19:00







    Break: 19:00 - 19:30





Session 2:  19:30 -20:30





    Break: 20:30 - 21:00





Session 3: 21:00 -22:00





 









 









 











Look forward to hearing from you with your Day & Time preference
- 





 





Val ;-)





 







 





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SIGNWRITING SYMPOSIUM 2015









 





PRESENTATION 1 

“The Javascript-based SignWriting Keyboard
for Use on Wikimedia and throughout the Web”



AUTHOR

Yair Rand

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LANGUAGE: English

COUNTRY: Canada

CATEGORY: SignWriting in Software







 







 







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PRESENTATION 2 

“SignWriting
Electronic Flashcards for Different Sign Languages”



AUTHOR

Andrι Lemyre

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LANGUAGE: English & French

COUNTRY: Quebec, Canada

CATEGORY: SignWriting in Education









 







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PRESENTATION 3 





“What three little pigs and a hungry
wolf can teach us about sign language grammar”



AUTHOR

James Shepard-Kegl

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LANGUAGE: English





COUNTRY: Nicaragua & USA

CATEGORY: SignWriting in Education





 





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PRESENTATION 4 

“Embracing the Future of SignWriting with
TrueType Fonts, HTML 5, and Unicode 8”



AUTHOR

Stephen E Slevinski Jr

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LANGUAGE: English

COUNTRY: USA

CATEGORY: SignWriting in Software





 







 









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PRESENTATION 5 

“The Search Possibilities of Formal
SignWriting”



AUTHOR

Stephen E Slevinski Jr

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LANGUAGE: English

COUNTRY: USA

CATEGORY: SignWriting in Software









 





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PRESENTATION 6 

“Signtype: Designing a SignWriting Font –
Ideas and Challenges"



AUTHORS:

Janina Lentfφhr

Joachim Nitschke

Paul Rutrecht



AFFILIATIONS:





Hamburg University of
Applied Sciences, Department Design (http://www.design.haw-hamburg.de)

Delegs (http://www.delegs.de)



LANGUAGES:

Slide Presentation and Video Presentation

English (spoken language), Video (Sign language)





CATEGORY:

SignWriting in Research





 





 





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PRESENTATION 7 

“DELEGS Editor: A Step-by-Step Video
Tutorial. Learn To Create SignWriting Documents in Multiple Formats.



AUTHOR:

Stefan Wφhrmann







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www.gebaerdenschrift.de

www.signwriting.org/germany

www.delegs.com/DelegsPage/



Teacher of Deaf Children

Osnabruck School for the Deaf

Landesbildungszentrum fur Hoergeschaedigte

August-Hoelscher-Straίe 89

49080 Osnabruck     

GERMANY

LANGUAGES: German, German Sign Language, with English
subtitles and transcript

CATEGORY: SignWriting in Education









 







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PRESENTATION 8 

“Teacher’s Attitudes About SignWriting"



AUTHORS:





Dr. Mohamed Abu shaira





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Associate Professor, Special Education





King AbdulAziz University







P.O.Box 5758
Jeddah 1454, SAUDI ARABIA





 





and





Dr. Abd elraroof Mahfooz





Professor, University of Jeddah





Jeddah - SAUDI ARABIA









LANGUAGES: Arabic and
English

CATEGORY: SignWriting in Education



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PRESENTATION 9

“Signing to write: SignWriting in
classroom"







AUTHOR:





Rafaela Cota Silva
Higher School
of Education
at Coimbra, Rua
Dom Joγo III
Solum 3030-329
Coimbra, PORTUGAL
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LANGUAGES:





Portuguese, Portuguese
Sign Language





CATEGORY:

SignWriting in Education







 





 





 





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PRESENTATION 10 

“A interpretaηγo de descriηυes imagιticas na
leitura de um texto em SignWriting.





(The interpretation of the imagetic
descriptions while reading a text in SignWriting)"







AUTHOR:

Marcos Kluber Kogut





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AFFILIATIONS:





Marianne Rossi Stumpf (adviser)





Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Centro de
Comunicaηγo e Expressγo - CCE
Bloco B - Sala
513 - Campus Universitαrio - Trindade
Florianσpolis/SC,
CEP: 88040-900, BRAZIL





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LANGUAGES:

Portuguese, Libras (Brazilian Sign Language), International Signs (basic level)





CATEGORY:

SignWriting in Research









 





 





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Still want to present your SignWriting project? There is still
time…smile… write to me with your Title.





 











The presentations at the SignWriting Symposium 2015 will be like a
continuation of the 2014 Symposium - Each presentation will have its own web
page, with information about the author, and links to PowerPoints, written
documents and videos.





 





Val ;-)





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Call for Papers 2015





http://www.signwriting.org/symposium/2015/Call_For_Papers.html
















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