Help to improve BSL learning methods for hearing people

8 02 2009

Katie Marshall is a researcher working at City University London and the Deafness Cognition and Language Research Centre (University College London).

She is looking for hearing BSL (British Sign Language) learners who have passed level 2 and/or are taking pre-level 3/level 3 classes. She needs people “who are in the processes of learning so can have a conversation in sign but who are not yet ‘fluent'”, to participate in a small research project for her MSc studies.

I think it’s worth spreading-the-word because her research might help improve teaching learning/methods of hearing BSL learners.

Katie is quite happy for her email address (katiemason @hotmail.com) and the documents below to be circulated freely and would be very grateful if anyone would be willing to take part. Please email Katie if you would like to help her out.

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