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Galea Dissertation

University of Malta

DISSERTATION
in
Linguistics:


"SignWriting (SW) of
Maltese Sign Language (LSM)
and its development
into an orthography:
Linguistic considerations"


October 3rd, 2014

by Maria Galea, Ph.D


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1
Article Oct 2011
Hoffmann-Dilloway

Journal Lang & Com

2
Stuart Thiessen

Masters Thesis 2011
Univ of North Dakota

Stuart Thiessen
3
Article 2010
van Hulst & Channon

Journal Sign Lang

4
SignWriting &
SignTyp Poster

TISLR, 2010

5
SignTyp Linguistic
Database uses SW

Univ of Connecticut

SignTyp
7
Comparison
Stokoe - SignWriting

Joe Martin, 2000

8
Writing and
Signed Languages

Joe Martin, MA 2007

9
Abstract Thesis
Writing & Sign Lang

Joe Martin, MA 2007

10
Can We Transcribe

Italian Sign Lang?
Sordi di Roma, 2006

Letras LIBRAS
11
Norwegian Signs
Physics Terms

Dr. Ingvild Roald

12
Terminology
Used in SignWriting

Joe Martin, 2007


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13
Read Article Online:

TERMINOLOGY
IN THE MAKING

Physics Terminology in
Norwegian Sign Language

by
Ingvild Roald

Research Fellow, University of Bergen
Vestlandet Resource Center
for Deaf Education, Bergen, Norway
 

Photo Ingvild Roald
Read & Print Article Offline
download Adobe Acrobat .pdf file
NSL-physics-terms.pdf
Color. 22 pages. 470 k
14
Read Article Online
A Linguistic Comparison
Two Notation Systems for Signed Languages:
Stokoe Notation & Sutton SignWriting

by
Joe Martin
Western Washington University

The ASL sign for "coffee."

Stokoe
Notation

Sutton
SignWriting


Read & Print Article Offline
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comparison-stokoe-sutton.pdf
Color. 33 pages. 340 k

 15
Writing the Same Signs in
Different Transcription Systems

HamNoSys
Susanne Bentele
Universitaet Hamburg, Germany

Stokoe System
Joe Martin, Western Washington University

SignWriting
Valerie Sutton
Deaf Action Committee For SignWriting

SignWriting

 Stokoe System

HamNoSys

16
Other Related Postings

Writing Signed Languages
Amy Rosenberg, University of Kansas

Spatial Comparisons
Dr. Karen van Hoek, University of Michigan

Topic Markers
Dr. Karen van Hoek, University of Michigan


Sign Language Down In Columns
Valerie Sutton, Deaf Action Committee

SignWriting and
American Sign Language
Bill Collins, Delaware Technical College

 


SignTyp Linguistic Database

Above: Charles Butler & Dr Rachel Channon, TISLR 2010, Poster Presentation:
"Transcription systems as input to coding systems: SignWriting & SignTyp"



 

Questions? Write to:
Sutton@SignWriting.org


International SignWriting Alphabet (ISWA)
by
Valerie Sutton


Visit the ISWA Online:

International SignWriting Alphabet 2010
HTML Reference Guide
http://www.signbank.org/iswa

Binary SignWriting 2010
HTML Reference Guide
http://www.signbank.org/bsw

SignWriting Image Server 2010
Open Font and Rendering Software
http://www.signbank.org/swis



Sutton's SymbolBank
Symbol Archives From 1986 to Present

http://www.movementwriting.org/symbolbank

 

SignWriting Image Server (SWIS)
& SignPuddle Software by Steve Slevinski


OFL License
SignWriting Symbols are free to use
under the Open Font License (OFL SIL)


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