wreese01 at TAMPABAY.RR.COM
Fri Mar 9 14:35:12 UTC 2012
Your email did make it to the list the first time. I'm afraid it got
lost in the other conversations at the time.
I can tell you, from our discussion a couple months ago on the list, the
DELEGS is what Stefan is using with his students in Germany. It's in
GebärdenSchrift, Stefan's German Signwriting and incorporates his
MundbildSchrift, a set of symbols for mouth movement, meant to teach
deaf children how to pronounce the German gloss associated with the
It is horizontal and on this page:
click on the "About delegs" button on the left side and a popup page
will appear explaining delegs in English.
There's a tutorial on the page - a video which is on YouTube at:
It's probably in German spoken language. You can get some information
from it by watching what is happening in the video.
It's possible to write a sentence in German underneath the gloss, that
corresponds to the signs.
On 3/9/2012 6:00 AM, MARIA GALEA wrote:
> Re-sending this - as I'm not sure whether it was sent...
> Hi Stefan,
> I'm trying to figure out how the website/editor DELEGS works - do you have
> any documentation about it that I can read please?
> I've tried the editor out a little - i write a word down in English and a
> signwritten sign pops up - however what is this? ASL? Can DELEGS be used
> for other sign languages /and other spoken languages? Also it's horizonal?
> Is this there away of presenting text vertically?
> What was the idea behind this program? How did you feel the need for this?
> What gap do you feel this fills? Is it used by Deaf students mainly?
> thank you for your time- i would like to include your work in my
> dissertation so need some more information if possible.
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