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MTVu at Gallaudet – Quiet Campus

In the Fall of 2010, MTV sent a team to Gallaudet University to film a short series called “Quiet Campus”.  If you haven’t seen it, here’s the short 3-part series (captioned) going into GU’s Homecoming Football Game… Part 1 Part … Continue reading

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Where is a Deaf Reality Show?

I’m no stranger to watching Reality TV shows. My favorites have always been shows like “Survivor” and “Celebrity Apprentice” (unless you count shows like “Dirty Jobs”, “Mythbusters”, and “Storm Chasers”). Like many of you, I also really enjoy the scripted … Continue reading

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#captionTHIS today! I’m in.

If you do not understand American Sign Language, please click on the ‘CC’ button on this YouTube video to understand. One thing that I’ve been frustrated with is not just the lack of captioned videos out there, but the hurdles … Continue reading

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Online Video Closed Captions

It is perhaps more important than you realize…

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Cute Kids Signing

Watching these just seem so sweet to me.

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Probably Inaccurate, But…

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Gallaudet Gets New Logo

New Logo Represents Gallaudet University’s Bilingual Mission Gallaudet University ushered in a new era today with the unveiling of a new university logo. The symbolic design of the logo represents the university’s bilingual mission by portraying “Gallaudet University” in American … Continue reading

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Whoa! Amazing Video

A Natural Selection

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Quiet Signs Of Love – Australia’s National Relay Service

A reader of this blog, John Nikolakopoulos, sent me this video and I really liked it. Thought I’d share it. John wrote: …I am the writer Director of Quiet Signs of Love, a short film about a deaf woman and … Continue reading

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How to Speak to the Deaf

Make sure you have eye contact with the person before speaking If there is an interpreter, speak to and look at the deaf person not the interpreter Face the person to whom you are speaking that helps with lip-reading Stand … Continue reading

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