BSLBT has commissioned OPM (Office for Public Management) to conduct the first-ever comprehensive review of research literature and data about the UK Deaf community. The report is called: Research into the Deaf audience in the UK: a review of evidence and BSLBT's aim was to find out more about our audience. To download the Executive Summary of the report (also available in BSL on the video.
This occasional online series began in 2004 as a joint undertaking of the Brotherhood of St Laurence and the Centre for Public Policy at the University of Melbourne. The working papers provide insights from research presented or in progress at the Brotherhood or at the Centre. In 2013 the Centre for Public Policy became part of the Melbourne School of Government.
This paper develops the concept of economic dignity as a guiding principle to develop a fuller understanding of financial capability that recognises those contexts. Dive deeper. The ANZ Tony Nicholson Research Fellowship is a one-year position funded by ANZ in honour of former BSL Executive Director, Tony Nicholson.
BSL QED Research part 3. So why is it important that this web-site is made available to universities? Firstly there is a national shortage of sign language interpreters. In addition there are insufficient numbers of BSL teachers, in particular, Deaf teachers teaching BSL at university level. There is no higher education BSL curriculum resource available and there is no BSL teacher training.
Sample APA Research Paper Sample Title Page Running on Empty 1 Running on Empty: The Effects of Food Deprivation on Concentration and Perseverance Thomas Delancy and Adam Solberg Dordt College Place manuscript page headers one-half inch from the top. Put five spaces between the page header and the page number. Full title, authors, and school name are centered on the page, typed in uppercase.Learn More
Recent H5N1 influenza research has revived the debate on the storage and manipulation of potentially harmful pathogens. In the last two decades, new high biosafety (BSL-4) laboratories entered into operation, raising strong concerns from the public. The probability of an accidental release of a pathogen from a BSL-4 laboratory is extremely low, but the corresponding risk -- defined as the.Learn More
This article reviews research on the relationship between illicit drug use and crime conducted since 1980. Significant advances are noted in studies of the crime of known drug abusers and in studies of the drug use of individuals processed by the criminal justice system. Major conclusions supported by the results of studies of the criminal activity of narcotic abusers are that both a higher.Learn More
This paper presents results from a corpus-based study investigating lexical variation in BSL. An earlier study investigating variation in BSL numeral signs found that younger signers were using a decreasing variety of regionally distinct variants, suggesting that levelling may be taking place. Here, we report findings from a larger investigation looking at regional lexical variants for colours.Learn More
Dictionary of British Sign Language. Browse the dictionary of BSL signs by clicking on a word below. You can return to this page by clicking a letter on the alphabet menu.Learn More
Research papers do not constitute standards of practice and therefore are not binding. Research papers may or may not be in compliance with standards of practice. Responsibility for the manner of application of standards of practice in specific circumstances remains that of the members. Research Paper. Climate Change and Resource Sustainability. An Overview for Actuaries. Climate Change and.Learn More
CHE Research Paper 81. i Methods for the Estimation of the NICE Cost Effectiveness Threshold Final Report Karl Claxton,1,2 Steve Martin,2 Marta Soares,1 Nigel Rice,1 Eldon Spackman,1 Sebastian Hinde,1 Nancy Devlin,3 Peter C Smith,4 Mark Sculpher1 1. Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK 2. Department of Economics and Related Studies, University of York, UK 3. Office of Health.Learn More
Most Deaf people who use sign language in the UK use British Sign Language (BSL). It is a rich combination of hand gestures, facial expressions and body language and, like English, has its own grammar, syntax and lexicons. BSL was recognised by the UK government as a language in its own right in March 2003, but there are no accurate figures for the number of sign language users in the country.Learn More
Council of Governors papers 2020. Council of Governors papers will be published here shortly before each meeting. April. The agenda for the Council of Governors meeting, Wednesday 22 April 2020, together with a full set of the meeting papers are available here: 22 April 2020: meeting agenda (PDF 225Kb) 22 April 2020: full set of meeting papers (PDF 2Mb). January. The agenda for the Council of.Learn More
SSC Research Projects Deaf Education. The READY Study (Recording Emerging Adulthood In Deaf Youth) with SORD at the University of Manchester and funded by NDCS - Ongoing. The British Sign Language Glossary - Ongoing. Telling it like it is: families living on a low income with deaf children (2019). Deaf Achievement Scotland (2014) follow up to the Achievement of Deaf Pupils in Scotland project.Learn More
HOW TO WRITE A RESEARCH PAPER This introductory guide is aimed at researchers at the beginning of their careers intending to write papers for publication in APEX and JJAP. It will provide a few tips for writing papers on your research results. 1. Where to submit your paper It is beneficial to decide on a target journal (APEX or JJAP) and type of paper (Letters for APEX; Regular Paper (RP.Learn More
The British Sign Language (Scotland) Bill was introduced in the Parliament on 29 October 2014 by Mark Griffin MSP. The Bill aims to promote the use of British Sign Language in Scotland. Read the Bill and other documents in English and BSL. Evidence. The Committee invited views in English and BSL. It also invited comments on a BSL Facebook Group.Learn More