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Seeking conversation partners for ASL study

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Seeking conversation partners for ASL study

Interested in participating in a language research project from the comfort of your own home? Want to help us understand more about ASL?

As part of a Gallaudet IRB-approved research project on ASL, we are looking for Deaf ASL users who grew up in the U.S. to participate in short conversations with each other on Zoom. We will provide prompts to guide your conversations.

Here’s how it will work: 

Once we schedule a time that works for you, we’ll send you a link for a zoom session, where you’ll join a guided conversation with another Deaf participant and a Deaf researcher. The Zoom session will be recorded, and the video will be viewed by the research team. You’ll have choices about how and whether your video is shared. The whole thing will take between 1 and 2 hours and you’ll be paid $20 per hour for your time. 

Are you interested? If yes, please contact GUDA@gallaudet.edu and the researchers will get in touch with you soon. 

Thanks in advance for your participation!

Julie Hochgesang and Lee Ann Tang on behalf of MoLo PIs (Julie Hochgesang, Paul Dudis, Emily Shaw, Miako Villanueva)

Posted by Julie Hochgesang | Posted October 9, 2020 at 7:58 AM

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Washington, DC 20002