[sw-l] Empirical Data studies on SignWriting

Valerie Sutton sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Sun Dec 12 20:10:20 UTC 2004

SignWriting List
December 12, 2004

Stefan Wöhrmann wrote:
> Today I finished another workshop on "Learning to write 
> GebaerdenSchrift"
> and still I teach how to create beautiful and most valuable documents 
> for
> teachers, SL - instructors, interpreters ... with the good old DOS - 
> Sofware
> SW44

Congratulations on your many SignWriting workshops, Stefan. I know some 
have been in Hamburg, Germany?! I received an email message from 
Frauke L. Johns from Hamburg....Here is an excerpt from Frauke Johns' 

Frauke Johns in Hamburg wrote:
> I am currently studying Sign Languages, Applied Linguistics and Media 
> Culture at the University of Hamburg / Germany. For my B.A. exams I 
> have already worked on various aspects of SignWriting-Projects and 
> right now I am trying to get more information on empirical research 
> projects regarding SignWriting as I am thinking about conducting an 
> empirical study within my master's thesis . I have already contacted 
> Mr. Stefan Woehrmann (GebärdenSchrift) and Ms. Janice Gangel-Vasquez 
> regarding her M.A.-thesis.

So this is another possible study on SignWriting, collecting empirial 
data, which would be great! We need that kind of research...I did 
answer Frauke, and I am happy to help however I can...

Val ;-)

Valerie Sutton
Sutton at SignWriting.org

1. SignWritingSite
Read & Write Sign Languages

2. SignBankSite
Sign Language Dictionaries

3. DanceWritingSite
Read & Write Dance

4. MovementWritingSite
Read & Write Movement & Gesture

5. SymbolBank On The Web
Archive For All Symbols

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