The Limping Chicken Deaf students often have a lot of difficulties at university UNAPEDA

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I’m doing a PhD at UCL Institute of Education looking at how sign language interpreting support is provided to Deaf students studying at university, and the experiences of Deaf students and interpreters.

The results I’m sharing here are the first part of my study. We all know Deaf students often have a lot of difficulties at university and our research project is looking at their sign language interpreting support.

There’s currently very little information about how interpreting support is provided and how Deaf students feel about their interpreting support. Therefore, the first part of this project was an information-gathering activity and we want to share some of the initial results.

Much of what we’ve found probably won’t surprise you, but we needed to collect the evidence to then move forward.

Further read at: http://www.unapeda.asso.fr/article.php3?id_article=3067

Scam Workshops – BDA Northern Ireland

BDA (NI) will be hosting workshops in Belfast, Omagh and Derry/Londonderry on the topic of scam prevention.

The workshops will provide you with the opportunity to learn about the latest scams, letters, emails and texts from scammers as well as how to avoid them, spot them, and protect yourself against them.

The dates and times of the workshops are below. If you would like to attend, please contact Holly Lane at aij@bda.org.uk or SMS 07814 674334

We look forward to seeing you there.

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Guide to Northern Ireland Charities

We are publishing a Guide to Northern Ireland Charities.The feature will hopefully allow some of the lesser known charities to inform our readers about the services they offer, who to contact for assistance and what makes their charity different from all the others.

The feature will be in the  main magazine and we are offering a full page  @ £300 (Normal rate card would be £1500)

This will be made up by a half page advertisement and a half page editorial. I am hoping you will decide to get involved.

Ulster Tatler is the only monthly glossy magazine in Northern Ireland that’s registered with the Audited Bureau of Circulations readership 256,000 and it will offer you the ideal platform within which to promote your plans for 2019.

Visit www.ulstertatler.com