This time we present some statistics regarding the circulation of our videobooks around the globe.
Please to help us reach more children and let them enjoy the pleasure of reading send the following link to your friends: www.videolibroslsa.org.ar
Thanks for promoting reading with us!
Videobooks in Argentinean Sign Languaje (ASL) - December 2011
To see the access by country please check the attached file
Web sites that make reference to the videobooks
Web sites that just link the videobooks
References on Facebook
Some references on Twitter
Istvansch, libro en lengua de señas, hermosisimo videolibroslsa.org.ar/videolibro.php…
11 de sep vía web
Más videolibros en lengua de señas organizado por Canales. http://www.videolibroslsa.org.ar/ Son hermosos y vale a pena verlos!
14 de dic vía web
We added three new videobooks to our library, we would like to invite you to visit the website http://www.videolibroslsa.org.ar/ and enjoy its latest publications:-“Behind him was his nose” -“Costume party”-"Who gets the peach?"
Videobooks in Argentinean Sign Language is a unique library in the world. It was created for deaf girls and boys and it became a website accessible to everyone, a place to meet and enjoy reading in family or in the classroom.
We invite you to visit it: www.videolibroslsa.org.ar
Would you like to know how many people participated in this project? Meet them, count them and enjoy watching the backstage video: http://www.youtube.com/user/VideolibrosLSA#p/c/6578FDDE1934AEA7/0/6bP9MUl-C1c
Each videobook costs USD 1000. Help us increasing the amount of books!!
On August 16, 2011, in the Cortázar room of the National Library, Canales Asociación Civil will present Virtual Videobooks in Argentinean Sign Language (ASL), a website where the videos of 15 children's books will be read in Argentinean Sign Language by deaf readers and will be free to download.
These videobooks were intended to make children's literature accessible to everyone. Therefore, the books are filmed by deaf in ASL and also include voice-overs. In these set of photos attached we see people who are recording the voices for deaf children to share books with their hearing parents, their teachers and their hearing peers. Each deaf reader’s voice was done by a different hearing person. In the same way, deaf children's voices were done by hearing kids.
These are the first videos that we publish but we will continue to upload new ones!
Everyone is invited to join us, however reservations are required by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org since the capacity of the auditorium is limited.
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