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06.10.2021 | By Teresa Quail

The Legacy of DCAL – A celebration of 15 years of research excellence

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DCAL Press release:

“Did you know that in 2020 DCAL was 15 years old. DCAL is a multidisciplinary team of linguists, psychologists and neuroscientists. We conduct world-class research into deafness, cognition and language with the aim to further educational and clinical practice and create societal impact. To celebrate we are hosting a series of seminars on the Legacy of DCAL with some new and old faces. This event will have STTR and BSL interpreters. 

Draft programme

9th November – 6pm – 7.30pm 

– Performance by Zoe McWhinney followed by discussion of British Sign Language and Technology with Zoe McWhinney, Kearsy Cormier and Neil Fox chaired by Robert Adam. 

10th November – 6pm – 7.30pm 

– Deaf Education and DCAL. Collaborative presentation with Kate Rowley, Dani Sive (Headteacher of Frank Barnes) and Clare Nelder (Chair of DToD). 

11th November – 6pm – 7.30pm 

– The Deaf Brain – Lauren Berger (Gaulladet), Velia Cardin, Mairéad MacSweeney and Bencie Woll. 

– Presentations, Questions and Panel Discussion (If you have any questions or suggestions that you would like to discuss please email Indie Beedie i.beedie@ucl.ac.uk)” 

 Register here