Zoom supports Sign Language Interpretation
LJL learned recently (Nov. 3 blog post) that Zoom added a new feature to make its video communication platform more accessible to deaf and hard-of-hearing users by providing a specialized view for sign language interpreting on their meetings and webinars. The meeting host can arrange for a designated interpreter and participants can opt in to view the sign language interpreter in a separate viewing box.
We spent a numerous hours this month trying to get EduLang published in ios. We are super excited to let you all know that EduLang is now available in Apple app store!
We need your support by downloading EduLang on your iOS/android devices! Please share any feedback or questions you have with us!
LJL is super excited to share that we received reviews from the users around the globe. Below is a selection of some of our reviews!
Linguistics Justice League Challenge
Sanskriti's Project Abstract - Oftentimes children of immigrants don’t know the language of the place they move to. In many places this leads to children not being able to perform as well in school, especially when no language-immersion classes are offered. Furthermore, even when language-immersion type classes are offered, they sometimes try to take out the native language of the student in hopes to fully assimilate them into a new culture.
Team Cyber: Basil Friday Ovu, Janeth Oluebube Eni, Philip Oghenesuowho Ekiugbo