-Feel free to post comments, questions, and dialogue. Respectful discourse is one of my hopes for this blog.
-If you wish to respond using ASL or another Signed language, YouTube is a convenient way to upload video to which you can link. It’s entirely up to you if you wish to provide a translation. Keep in mind that language choices may limit the audience that understands your comment or post.
– YouTube offers some great tools to add captions to your videos. If you’re speaking English, you can use the auto-caption feature, but you’ll definitely want to edit those captions to make sure you’re not embarrassing yourself! If you’re speaking ASL, you’ll need to type in the English captions yourself and use the slider bars to adjust the timing so they show up in the right places. It can be time consuming the first time you do it, but after you’re used to it, it’s pretty easy!
– I’ll be working to use a variety of techniques to include English and ASL in my own posts as well!
-You may also link to papers, etc. you wish to submit for discussion and/or review. I can create a “new post” to make space if it presents new topics for discussion.
-If you’d like to make a ‘guest post’ to the blog, let me know and we can work that out.
-As always, do not use anything here without crediting or gaining the permission of whomever is the original author.
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