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From:  Valerie Sutton
Date:  Thu Jan 24, 2002  3:56 pm
Subject:  Re: Hello from North Carolina- New kid on the block.


>Brooke wrote: I can't wait to get my video's and other materials so
>that I can get
>started! I look forward to seeing what locked up potential will be
>unleashed in my student using the SW key. So far, there is no written
>communication and very little reading with a student of mine. His journal
>pictures are great now, I'm eager to read the captions in SW. (That is
>once we learn it!) Brooke Bradley


SignWriting List
January 24, 2002

I will send you your materials, Brooke...I actually have a box
prepared, but I have not received the faxed Purchase Order yet, so
just as soon as I receive it, I will ship it!

And please keep us informed about your progress.

I believe you told me that your deaf student likes computers? I would
suggest downloading our free shareware, to get started typing
directly in SignWriting. The US shareware includes a 3000 sign
dictionary written in ASL:

Download Shareware
http://www.SignWriting.org/forums/software/sw44/download


Plus Fingerspelling Fonts....

Download SignWriting Fingerspelling Fonts
http://www.SignWriting.org/catalog/sw214.html


Enjoy!! ;-))
--

Val ;-)


___________________________

Valerie Sutton


....visit the...

SignWritingSite
http://www.SignWriting.org
Read & Write Sign Languages

SignBankSite
http://www.SignBank.org
Sign Language Dictionaries

DanceWritingSite
http://www.DanceWriting.org
Read & Write Dance

MovementWritingSite
http://www.MovementWriting.org
Read & Write Movement & Gesture

Deaf Action Committee for SignWriting
Center For Sutton Movement Writing
an educational nonprofit organization
Box 517, La Jolla, CA, 92038-0517, USA
tel: 858-456-0098....fax: 858-456-0020

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