We have been working hard to share our work with colleages in North America and across Europe. Earlier this week, we presented at two events with very different audiences. One audience was people working with children who use a sign language, the other group were early stage researchers. We hope our coproduction of resources and diverse project teams can influence future work in research and practice.
We are waiting for final confirmation of the course ‘go live’ date. We hope the course will be available from January 2022. It will be free to access by anyone. We are excited about the learning platform the DOTDeaf course will be linked to. More information will be posted here as it is available!
Our webpages have been updated. Take a look at Web page – https://city.ac.uk/dotdeaf
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So pleased to know that the course will be launching soon, and with free access. This is such an achievement. Thank you.
Hamilton Lodge School and College
The Spanish course is live at https://www.fundacioncnse.org/educa/desarrolloatipicolse/index.php
The UK team are working with RCSLT (Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists) to make the English course available as soon as possible.