BSL QED Research part 12

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BSL QED Research part 12

The project considered the data that had been collected and agreed the first step would be to look at how all the information could be made available via the internet.

The resource was designed so students could be redirected or signposted to other materials sometimes available on the internet and sometimes by going to the library.  Depending on the availability and level of resources students would be advised to purchase some course text books.

It is most common amongst universities to offer university teaching tools and develop what is known as a virtual language environment.  Universities may use blackboard or WebCT and some use moodle.  There are a range of software that is suitable for BSL learning.

By confirming the different resources into an accessible web-site a large resource is made available to learners of BSL.


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