[Sw-l] Welcome new members of the SignWriting List!
daniel.g.gagnon at GMAIL.COM
Fri Jan 20 16:20:57 EST 2017
I have not yet visited!
I'm glad to find LSQ signers, I haven't met any so far on the net. The
dictionary will be an invaluable resource.
Thank you for the welcome.
Le ven. 20 janv. 2017 à 15:00, Valerie Sutton <signwriting at mac.com> a
> SignWriting List
> January 20, 2017
> Hello Daniel!
> Thank you for introducing yourself. There are several List members from
> Quebec. And we do have a SignPuddle Online area for Quebec. Have you
> visited here?
> SignPuddle for Quebec
> As you know, the LSQ Dictionary online has 6395 entries at the moment, so
> you do have a resource to research there, and you are welcome to start
> writing signs yourself too...
> To start, go to the Dictionary:
> LSQ Dictionary
> and scroll down and click on the Register button (s'identifier button).
> Create your username and password. Then open the dictionary again and this
> time Login with your new Username and Password and you will be able to add
> signs to the dictionary and learn how to write in SignPuddle and correct
> your own writing.
> SignPuddle Online is one of the many ways to learn SignWriting...
> I will send your book order soon, but I want you to know that there is a
> French translation of the Basics book translated by André Lemyre from
> Quebec (thank you André), and the only reason it is not posted yet online
> for free download is because I needed to do a little editing of the
> diagrams and I did not get to it yet - So sorry about the delay -
> Blessings -
> Val ;-)
> > On Jan 20, 2017, at 11:11 AM, Daniel Gagnon <daniel.g.gagnon at GMAIL.COM>
> > I am currently learning the Langue des signes québécoise (LSQ), a
> language that is a descendant of ASL and LSF signed mostly in Quebec, in
> the French parts of Ontario and a bit in New-Brunswick too. I'm at my third
> semester and taking notes is hell because it's very, very hard to describe
> signs. That's what I hope SignWriting will help me with.
> > SignWriting is unfortunately not used much around here.
> > Outside of the note taking difficulties, I absolutely love my classes.
> They don't cost me much (because they are given by the government) and all
> the teachers are required to be Deaf with a capital D.
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