All Things Linguistic: SignWriting in ASL
erhoffma at OBERLIN.EDU
Sun Mar 3 01:20:38 UTC 2013
Hmmm, I wonder what would be the best way to do that...
I need to get back in touch with the James and Judy! They are the ones who introduced me to SW :)
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On Mar 2, 2013, at 8:13 PM, "Valerie Sutton" <signwriting at MAC.COM> wrote:
> SignWriting List
> March 2, 2013
> Yes, the Kegls are actively using SignWriting to continue to write Nicaraguan Sign Language literature - I was just in communication with James Shepard-Kegl and others the other day, about software etc…
> There are quite a number of documents in SignPuddle for Nicaragua, plus there are around 40 PDFs of literature…on every subject...
> I need to document all their documents! Maybe you can help me with this Erika - I need a better system for storing everyone's documents online in a place that everyone can upload to themselves…so they don't have to wait for me to do the web site work - I love that kind of work, so it is no problem and I am happy to do it, exceptpt that I am so slow these days -
> Val ;-)
> On Mar 2, 2013, at 5:00 PM, Erika <erhoffma at OBERLIN.EDU> wrote:
>> Just had the conference dinner which included a really nice conversation about SW - Anne Senghas was recalling having used it in Judy Kegl's lab and it was fun to hear about how different it was back then.
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>> On Mar 2, 2013, at 3:20 PM, "Valerie Sutton" <signwriting at MAC.COM> wrote:
>>> SignWriting List
>>> March 2, 2013
>>> Actually I am surprised how many pencil strokes there are in SI5S…if their goal is to write less, like a shorthand, this is actually quite detailed and takes some time to write by hand (see attached diagram):
>>> This is SI5S:
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