A Comparative Study of the Acceptability of Signs for the Brazilian Sign Language Created in Person and Remotely

Abstract

Teaching a programming language to a person who is deaf or hearing impaired (DHI) has, along with other challenges, the lack of signs to convey basic concepts in computing. This shortage of signs makes learning even harder for the DHI. The creation of signs from co-present discussions involving instructors, translators and the DHI can lead to regionalism… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2676723.2677293

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