Yesterday, thanks to my generous dean, I attended a conference at RIT. The purpose of it was to explore and celebrate advancing effective access technologies for disabled people. During one of the keynote addresses, the speaker commented on how new … Continue reading
We are happy to announce the second year of the field school. Program Schedule 2014 Dates: June 23 – July 27 Enrolment / Deadline: 20 students. Apply by March 15th, 2014 Participant Profile: Undergraduate students with Level 2 standing Feel … Continue reading
Workshop in Deaf Geographies Field School of Deaf Geographies Queen’s University (Canada) Bader International Study Centre Herstmonceux Castle 12-14 July 2013 The staff and students of the Field School of Deaf Geographies would like to warmly invite you to attend … Continue reading
The deadline for the FSDG workshop is fast approaching (30 March 13). If you are thinking of submitting, please do so soon. Cheers.
Program The Bader International Study Centre of Queen’s University (Canada) announces an innovative new Field School in Deaf Geographies to be offered during the summer of 2013. The very first of its kind, this exciting opportunity is an intensive five-week, … Continue reading
(See: http://mikegulliver.wordpress.com/2012/03/13/what-happens-if-the-sl-recognition-app-works/) There’s much to say in response to Mike Gulliver’s thoughts about the proposed new sign-to-text app. As a former practitioner and a historical geographer, I’d like to address his comments and queries. I think perhaps the best place … Continue reading
I am looking forward to attending the RGS conference in London this week, mostly because I get to host this amazing session: http://conference.rgs.org/conference/sessions/View.aspx?heading=Y&session=01f01d2e-7b47-432f-bfb3-086cc03a60af