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Starting a Business - Presented in American Sign Language (ASL)
 
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Starting a Business - Presented in American Sign Language (ASL) by Timothy Lowe. Timothy Lowe is the owner of Communicating Hands, a deaf-owned interpreting business. http://communicatinghands.com CHAPTERS: 08:35 Is my business idea feasible? 11:36 Market 16:40 Management 20:11 Money 24:38 Go or No Go: Steps to Take Next 28:35 Legal forms of organization 31:40 Permits, licenses and taxes 39:00 Registering your business name 41:56 Recordkeeping 49:35 Insurance 52:28 Personnel 1:01:08 Developing Your Business Plan 1:04:26 Financing 1:05:36 Small Business Administration 1:11:13 Request for Initial Capital 1:14:01 Sources of financing 1:19:42 Startup to-do list Find your local Small Business Development Center (SBDC) for assistance: https://www.sba.gov/tools/local-assistance/sbdc SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL NOW! https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ArkansasSBTDC The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.
Views: 1265 ArkansasSBTDC
template  RSS Glossary - ASL Signs -  Beg
 
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This is the sign for "beg". See more signs on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/readysetsign/ The American Sign Language RSS Glossary has hundreds of sign and explanations to help you remember the sign. Copyrighted materiel. All rights reserved.
Views: 13 Ready Set Sign
ASL Content Mapping...what is it?
 
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Response to request by viewer to discuss the topic of "Content Mapping" and what it means...see what you think! ;o) Comments welcomed!! Go hunting for examples of Deaf signers using this important interpreting strategy! Share your finds below! ;oD
ASL Meetings
 
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Sign Language BI PU
 
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Views: 10 Julio Sembel
Sign Language Recognition Using ANN ( FYP )
 
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Views: 7 Arefizz Hafiz
ASL
 
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Sign Language Ring 2
 
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Views: 135 Vina Ernawati
Paper Voter Registration (ASL / English)
 
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Do you need to register to vote? You are in the right place! These videos are in ASL and English. The full transcript is available at https://mn.gov/deaf-commission/get-involved/voting/videos-voter-registration/
Views: 96 MNCDHH
Sign Language Ring
 
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Views: 188 Vina Ernawati
Constructivism ASL
 
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Views: 157 Itzel Soto
Formal vs.  Informal Greetings | ASL - American Sign Language
 
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This video explains the appropriate greetings for each of the two different registers in ASL - formal and informal.
Views: 2716 ASL THAT
Writing a Business Plan - Presented in American Sign Language (ASL)
 
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Writing a Business Plan - Presented in American Sign Language (ASL) by Timothy Lowe. Timothy Lowe is the owner of Communicating Hands, a deaf-owned interpreting business. http://communicatinghands.com CHAPTERS 09:30 "To the Point" Business Plan 11:13 Cover Page 13:50 Point 1 - Products/Services 17:40 Point 2 - Market 30:40 Point 3 - Industry 41:50 Point 4 - Working Capital & Cash Flow 48:38 Point 5 - Supporting Documents 50:03 Next Steps Download a "To the Point" Business Plan outline: http://asbtdc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/To-The-Point-Business-Plan-Outline.pdf Download a To the Point Business Plan sample plan: http://asbtdc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/To-The-Point-Business-Plan-Sample.pdf Find your local Small Business Development Center (SBDC) for assistance: https://www.sba.gov/tools/local-assistance/sbdc SUBSCRIBE TO ASBTDC'S YOUTUBE CHANNEL NOW! https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ArkansasSBTDC The Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.
Views: 634 ArkansasSBTDC
United Methodist ASL: Charge Conference
 
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http://www.umc.org/what-we-believe/glossary-charge-conference This video is part of a series that expresses Christian and United Methodist terms and definitions in American Sign Language (ASL). The information is presented by members of the translation team who are Deaf. Please note that some signs are regional and may vary from state to state. All definitions are translations of the official glossary of The United Methodist Church which can be found at http://www.umc.org/glossary. This series is sponsored by The United Methodist Committee on Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Ministries (UMCDHM). Website: http://www.umcdhm.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/United-Methodist-Committee-for-Deaf-and-Hard-of-Hearing-Ministries-DHM/152198489326 Videos in the series were produced by United Methodist Communications - http://www.umcom.org See all ASL glossary videos at http://www.umc.org/what-we-believe/glossary-american-sign-language-videos
Bilingual-Bicultural Movement at The Learning Center for the Deaf
 
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Synopsis: Since the 1880 Milan Conference, there have been over few dozen attempts to design the standardized system of Deaf Education in varying forms of oral communication. Virtually all of the attempts to develop oral-based Deaf Education have resulted in failures. Because of this, the Deaf Community have suffered with less-than-ideal quality education for over 100 years, largely due to language deprivation and suppression. That is, until Marie Jean Philip spearheaded a revolutionary and groundbreaking approach to revamp the Deaf Education in 1985. The approach has come to be known as The Bilingual-Bicultural Movement. The Learning Center for Deaf Children (currently known as The Learning Center for the Deaf: Marie Philip School) in Framingham, Massachusetts is the first Deaf school to embrace the Movement. The concept of the Bilingual-Bicultural Movement is simple: the education is to be 100% ASL-based and all of the public space on a school campus is to be communicated in ASL. Moreover, all Deaf students are to learn to separate ASL and English as two languages, with ASL being their primary language and English being their secondary language for them to read and to write. The Bilingual-Bicultural Movement is a tremendous success, as The Learning Center for the Deaf is currently one of the preeminent and prosperous Deaf schools in the nation. Tens of Deaf schools now have modeled their education after The Learning Center for the Deaf. However, the Movement was not embraced and well received by all in the beginning. "Bilingual-Bicultural Movement at The Learning Center for the Deaf" is a documentary film that examines the history of the Movement as well as its prominent contributors such as Marie Jean Philip, MJ Bienvenu, Anita Small, and Ben Bahan. Associate Producer- Jonah Meehan Written, Produced, and Directed by Carey M. Ballard
Views: 2900 Carey M. Ballard
Sign Language - Elan
 
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Lesson 7 How are you? Nice to meet you / Japanese Sign Language tutorial 日本の手話
 
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MY JSL FACEBOOK *Win FREE GIFT* http://www.facebook.com/raven.slone#!/pages/Japanese-Sign-Language-International-Sign-Language/187373364612737?sk=app_158128937586124 For more JSL video: http://deafjsl.com I will explain who to sign "How are you? Nice to meet you." in JSL.
Views: 8274 jslvideodayo
Notice of Meeting - BSL NAG 3
 
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BSL translation of the programme for the British Sign Language National Advisory Group (BSL NAG) 3 Meeting on Monday 22 August 2016.
Transition Tips in ASL
 
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Rosa Lee Timm, a person who is deaf, presents a summary in American Sign Language (ASL) about the transition rights of special education students and briefly describes the Disability Law Center's on-line transition manual, available at www.dlc-ma.org. She explains what transition services are, why they are important, how to advocate for them effectively, and how you can ask a school to communicate with you in your native language. She concludes with information about how you can call the Disability Law Center if you have additional questions.
Views: 6191 Disability Law Center
For Deaf/ASL Community
 
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discuss concerns
Views: 427 CMful65
Financial Security Building Block -- ASL Video
 
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This is one of 12 building blocks included in BC's 10-year action plan, Accessibility 2024. The Financial Security building block is about different forms of financial income for people with disabilities, including the Registered Disabilities Savings Plan.
Views: 333 ProvinceofBC
Sign Language
 
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مشروع مقرر المهارات التطبيقية المستوى 5 اشراف المعلمة /عهود بن سلمان-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/youtube/ -- Create animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
What are Classifiers: An Overview?
 
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Views: 1134 Sarah Baughman
About Riksteaterns Tyst Teater in international sign language
 
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About Riksteaterns TYST TEATER in international sign language. (Juli af Klintberg) Tyst Teater has developed its vision to become a centre and meeting place for Deaf stage arts. Read more! www.riksteatern.se/tystteater_eng
Views: 981 Riksteatern
DEAF Inc. announces the Town Hall meetings!
 
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In this May's news edition of 2014: Thomas Horejes is honored to be selected as the next executive director for a fine organization, DEAF Inc. He's looking forward to collaborating with you all in the shared pursuit of advancing the lives of deaf and hard of hearing individuals in the St. Louis Area. DEAF Inc. would like to listen to your valued input on the different ways that you feel we can serve you better. What are your expectations for DEAF Inc? What kind of things do you feel DEAF Inc. does best? What things could do we better? In order to have the opportunity to meet and listen to you, DEAF Inc. would like to invite you to one of the two upcoming town hall events. Thursday, June 5th 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm BBQ Dinner with Thomas Horejes, the executive director of DEAF Inc.! Hamburgers, Hotdogs, Chips, Soda and Brownies will be provided! Saturday, June 7th 9:00 am to 12:00 pm Coffee Chat with Thomas Horejes, the executive director of DEAF Inc.! Coffee, Juice, Donuts, Muffins will be provided! Where? DEAF Inc. 25 E. Frisco Avenue Webster Groves, MO 63119 RSVP Required! To view the flyer, go to: http://www.deafinc.org/flyers/TownHallMeeting_flyer.pdf To register for town hall meeting, go to: https://secure.blueoctane.net/forms/NCFDI8G812LK
Views: 1086 DEAF, Inc.
Black ASL
 
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Signed and produced by Dr. Joseph Hill at http://aslized.org/black-asl/ "The Hidden Treasure of Black ASL: Its History and Structure" at http://aslized.org/publications/sign-language/
Views: 69906 ASLized!
ASL Interpreter
 
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Views: 51 Rachel Fager
American Sign Language Interpreters
 
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This video is about ASL Interpreters. I had to make this video for a assignment in my ASL class. Enjoy!-- Created using PowToon -- Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/join -- Create animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon's animation templates help you create animated presentations and animated explainer videos from scratch. Anyone can produce awesome animations quickly with PowToon, without the cost or hassle other professional animation services require.
Views: 3 kaitlin Shugren
Sign Language
 
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Views: 2 Vanessa Bao
American Sign Language for ASL students
 
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Views: 354 StrongDeafVoice
Fiscal Sponsorship Orientation with live captioning and VRI in ASL
 
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Fiscal Sponsorship Orientation with live captioning and VRI in ASL
Views: 124 Fractured Atlas
News From Deaf People
 
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America's Largest Deaf News. This video is signed in American Sign Language. No subtitles & voice. Produced by www.DeafNewspaper.com
Views: 1146 deafnewspaper
ASL V.S. PSE V.S. SEE Differences #withcaptions
 
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Hello Everyone this video is to inform you all about the differences between the three forms of sign used here in the USA. Please comment below if you have any questions. Thanks for watching please comment and subscribe. For anyone who need CAPTIONS they will be uploaded soon. This video is voice on only. This video is an older video!!! Will be making another soon.
Views: 841 Olivia Hodgson
Deaf in Prison Petition (ASL Version)
 
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Full Petition at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1IUIty2x0X5MkTJL4hx3AXEcHk2NAerX0DfSPhJxHt3w/viewform http://www.behearddc.org Transcript: For many deaf prisoners, the traditionally grim ordeal of incarceration is transformed into a nightmare of extreme language deprivation, physical and sexual abuse, and depressing isolation. Deaf prisoners often are denied interpreter services, deprived of access to medical and mental health services, denied access to education and reentry programs, and are cut off from access to even the most basic human interaction. Deaf prisoners miss out on daily activities including meals, counts, classes and recreation because notices in prison are auditory with no complementary visual component. Deaf prisoners are frequently punished for "failing to obey verbal commands," and routinely receive additional time for these "infractions." In fact, deaf prisoners often attend their own disciplinary hearings for these "infractions" but are unable to defend themselves because prisons so frequently deny interpreters and other language access services. Deaf prisoners are often targeted for physical and sexual abuse, with many deaf prisoners reporting that incidences of assault are the direct result of filing complaints about lack of communication access in the prison. Following these attacks, deaf prisoners frequently are placed in solitary confinement "for their own protection," where their mental health rapidly declines. Also of concern is the lack of accessible telecommunications that would keep deaf prisoners connected to their loved ones and ensure that deaf prisoners can effectively communicate with advocates and attorneys. Instead, only seven prisons across the nation are equipped with videophones, and thousands of deaf prisoners have absolutely no telecommunications access while living in what advocates call a "prison in a prison." The Department of Justice can help bring an end to this abuse by providing up-to-date training for departments of corrections and by providing oversight that ensures that prisons are complying with federal laws that protect the rights of people with disabilities, like the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Rehabilitation Act. Sign this petition to Attorney General Eric Holder to help bring an end to the abuse. ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN: Helping Educate to Advance the Rights of the Deaf (HEARD) created the #DeafInPrison Campaign to raise awareness about abuse of and discrimination against deaf prisoners across the nation. The Campaign, which officially launches on June 27th, aims to start a national conversation about these concerns and to compel corrective and preventive action.
Views: 2611 Facundo Element
Maharashtra government to ban plastic bags next year-Indian Sign Language News by NewzHook.com
 
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The government of Maharashtra is planning to put a ban on the use of plastic bags from Gudi Padwa festival next year. This was announced by the state environment minister Ramdas Kadam. He also said that the government has invited proposals from various organisations to suggest alternatives to plastic bags that are below 50 microns. The government had put this ban earlier also, but it was not a success and the use of plastic bags continues in Maharashtra. The plastic bags are harmful for the environment as they are not bio-degradable. They also block drains and cause issues like water clogging during heavy rains.
How deaf children sign "a pot is boiling"
 
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Schuit from the University of Bristol found that signing Deaf children use more onomatopoeic forms in their signing. While a hearing child would say “the pot is boiling,” a deaf child may give the sign of the pot, and then describe the actual action of boiling with a close up of the water bubbling - POT PIPIPI. Reference: Schuit, J., (2005) ‘The sounds in silence, the representation of sound and accent in sign language,’ unpublished MSc thesis, Bristol, University of Bristol
Views: 513 Amanda Everitt
ASL I Teacher Intro
 
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Views: 30 Tami Grant
The Milan Conference of 1880
 
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#3MinMax (9) - Deaf Effect: Detecting Motions & Forms
 
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Transcript: Hello. I'm Ryan Commerson with CSD. This is 3 Min Max. Last week I introduced the topic "The Deaf Effect." This month is Deaf Awareness and last week I mentioned a little bit about peripheral vision, being able to look in the center and being able to see things in your periphery. So now I want to add another topic of focus - detecting motion and forms. So, for example: closed-circuit TV's..  you get the screens in front of you and security sits there..   and outside they've got the cameras all over and sit and watch and catch things. You know, people stealing, people fighting, whatever. Now imagine all these screens and being able to see everything and detect movement. So if these screens and being able to see everything and detect movement...   So, if somebody was real far away and you saw that movement, you'd see the movement, we'd also know the angle. We'd be able to catch that and identify it and identify the difference between movement and angles, and identify the form as well. So, we could see it and see what it is. We'd know right away. It's a fly, or a human, or a dog or something like so.. research has shown, yes, we have an enhanced ability to detect these things, motion and forms. So now, imagine those closed circuit TV's..  that's a very "security"-type job..  Another field Deaf people have traditionally been blocked and not allowed in is the military. So, think about it..the military is very deeply-rooted, it's a big part of American culture. America values the military. The U.S. spends a lot on the military and when people leave for the military they come back and are viewed as heroes. Often, they'll use their military background as their credibility. They'll run for political office, become senators, or even become President. Military has a tendency to do that. So, if Deaf people could lobby to be allowed in the military, using the Deaf effect rationale.. propose a bill allowing Deaf people in the military and serve the country (in wars or whatever).. they come back, and the community in the United States, their perspective on Deaf people would change..  so we've already got the strong cultural value that respects the military, imagine if Deaf people could join the military and get that respect..  it would be easier to get jobs, easier to get respect, easier to move up politically so imagine using the Deaf effect to create a cultural shift in America. I'm Ryan commerson with CSD's 3 Min Max. See you next week.
ASL Deaf Technologies VRI
 
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Views: 1 eric mcchancey
Rehabilitation & Mental Health Counseling (ASL)
 
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Denise Thew Hackett explains the Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Program's opportunity to receive free counseling from graduate level student counselors.
ASL Thoughts on Respect
 
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Thinking about "respect." Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/adrean/videos/10154846035845818/?l=7896242498807557438 ***** Transcript: Hello, I'm Adrean. This is a short video sharing my thoughts. I have been dwelling on the word "respect" for a while. The English term as fingerspelled is "to show respect." I feel that there is an increase in social pressure to show certain forms of respect. This is happening especially in regards to the U.S. flag, the United States as an entity, the government, the president-elect, and so on. The pressure is disturbing. This is my experience, straight from my heart. I grew up as a deaf person. My family is hearing, and I was [partially] mainstreamed in public schools. I have experienced unhealthy, abusive relationships. The list goes on. My life experiences reveal a connection between "respect" and abuse. I have said things in the past that were rooted in serious concerns and once those things were said, violence erupted. It is sobering. Merely sharing concerns led to invalidation. What does "respect" mean then? Where is it? I looked in the dictionary to see what "respect" means. The answer was illuminating. It means "a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements." Hmm. People today experience increasing marginalization. Their lives are affected so much they fear for it. Will they be killed in the streets? The fear and worry is troubling. How can anyone think that is trivial? How can marginalized people be in "deep admiration"? How can they show respect to a government that condones violence against them? It is concerning. State-sanctioned abuse, oppression, and crackdowns; Those things are emotionally-wrenching. I am not advocating sedition. I am advocating mercy and compassion. Empathy. Those who are not in governmental roles yet advocate forced respect through intimidation: Your actions are oppressive. You advocate marginalization of communities. Step back. I want you all to think about the true meaning of respect. What is it? How is it said? How do our interactions show respect? Are we meeting community needs in our thoughts and interactions? We know that there will be hard experiences in time to come. There will be struggles. I encourage you to disengage from oppressive actions. Take the time for reflection, to examine yourself: Your words, your language, your behaviors, your thoughts.
Views: 551 Adrean Clark
Deaf Panel - Ask Anything Part 1 of 3
 
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Have you ever had any questions about deafness, cochlear implant, Deaf culture or ASL, but didn't know where to get answers from? Well now you can! Here we discussed different forms of communication preferred by the individual, or the different viewpoints and experiences of each individual. Each panelist comes from a different educational background from different age groups (mainstream, deaf institution, oral school). This is a great way to expose and educate yourself to the many different perspectives held by the panelists that come from diverse background. Is the term "hearing impaired" considered offensive to describe a person with hearing loss? (It is, actually. The prefer the term "Deaf") Do Deaf individuals dream in ASL?
Views: 1726 colomricankat
Deaf Perspectives on SignWriting Video 1:  How Deaf Opinions Changed
 
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Back in the 1980's and 1990's there were Deaf ASL signers using SignWriting, but most Deaf people had never heard of SignWriting. Some Deaf people were against the idea of writing ASL. Why? Well...there are many reasons and it is a fascinating topic, because this has happened at other times in history too. There are many languages that do not have written forms in the world, and when a particular language starts to become a written language by a handful of writers, those who do not know how to write feel strange about it...but over time, it becomes natural and easy to use, once the initial fear and controversy subsides. In this video, Deaf native signers discuss how they felt when they first heard about SignWriting, and then they go on to explain that over time their opinions changed and they now feel very positive that writing ASL is a valuable tool...This is an old video taken in a home with poor lighting...but captioned with open captions and voice interpreted. About The Deaf Perspectives On SignWriting Video Series: Two videos on DVD and two colorful booklets: Video 1: How Deaf Opinions Changed Deaf signers, native to American Sign Language (ASL), give their opinions on SignWriting, including Lucinda O'Grady, Bonita Ewan, Kathleen Say and Denny Voreck. In the early 1990's, the Deaf Action Committee for SignWriting met in the evenings, in Valerie Sutton's home, in La Jolla, California, to discuss how to write signs and create documents and dictionaries in American Sign Language. This casual video was shot during one of those meetings. The video finishes with Valerie telling about her early days writing Danish Sign Language in Copenhagen. Video 2: How SignWriting Changed Taken from the perspective of the Deaf people involved, Video 2 is a synopsis of how SignWriting changed and improved, as more Deaf people began to write their language. Native signers skilled in SignWriting discuss how they used the system in the 1980's and early 1990's. This 30 minute video features George 'Butch' Zein, Lucinda O'Grady, Kevin Clark, Denny Voreck, and Valerie Sutton, with guest appearances by Deaf actor Bernard Bragg, and a special visitor from Saudi Arabia, Abdul Aziz Al-Obaid, who discusses recording Saudi Arabian Sign Language. In American Sign Language, with English voice and captions.
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MRID Update Jan & Feb 2018
 
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Hello! This is an update about MRID. I’m Nic Zapko, one of the members of the MRID Board of Directors. As a board, we’ve had a blast starting this year off and are excited to put the work in to serve YOU! We decided to make a video this month as a new approach to get the word out about what we’ve been up to, and we hope to get it out monthly. This VLOG will recap our activity from January and February. There’s a lot! • MRID and MADC have decided to resurrect Camp ASL as a joint effort. It’s been out of the picture for a few years, but it’s BACK! Check out our emails, Facebook, and website for all the details! • Spring Conference is coming up in May! We are partnering with MADC, ASLIS, and DHHS. Info will be coming out soon. • MRID will have a booth at Deaf Awareness Day this April. Stop by and see us! • We helped advertise and fundraise for the University of Minnesota COBO team to help them get to their national competition this summer. If you haven’t heard of their group, check out the U of M College Bowl team and sponsor if you can. • Some of our board members have attended the recent MERGE events to show our support for the community. One of us even spoke at one of their events. • Our Student Representative has gone to ITP’s in the area to speak about MRID. • MERGE and MRID are proud to be hosting a graduation event for the recent ITP Graduates in May. Keep a look out for more info. • Our Professional Development Committee (PDC) has been working hard to update our CEU processing procedure. Now everything is electronic! No more downloading forms, printing papers and mailing them in, it’s great! If you’re in need of CEUs for an independent study or PINRA and or are just wondering what the process looks like, check out our website at MRID.org which has all the info that you need. Thank you, PDC, for making this happen! • We’ve been continuing to work with the Transition Team (TT) to explore ways serve our membership better. • Our internal “To-Do” list grew to over 50 items long! Some were loose ends from previous years such as budget line items, and others are the start of new goals. To work smarter, not harder, we split up the responsibilities and have been making great progress. As an example, one of the current projects is to figure out if our website host is still a good fit for our organization. Now I’d like to give a shout-out to ASLIS for letting us use their Zoom account for our meetings. We greatly appreciate it. Don’t worry members, our monthly in-person board meetings haven’t gone away! We are just utilizing technology to maximize our time together. If someone in greater Minnesota can’t make the trip for a day, or if a schedule conflict has come up and a board member can only join for a short time, they can join us via video, using Zoom. This technology is great, those that can make it for the live meeting all have their own laptops open with Zoom and can video chat seamlessly with those elsewhere. Thank you again, ASLIS, for allowing us to use the Zoom account. Speaking of Thank You’s, we would also like to say a big thanks to St Kate’s (SCU) for allowing us to use your building. We’ve been hosting our meetings in Music & Speech 212 for the last few months and will continue to do so for the near future. Our next Board of Directors meeting will be March 24, 10am-2pm at SCU, in the Music & Speech building room 212, you’re welcome to join us! Thank you and see you next time!
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