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  • Using Tawasol Symbols on apps for portable technologies Tue, 27 Jun 2017 20:54:57 +0000

    Over the last few months there have been several presentations around the world about Tawasol Symbols including the GREAT Conference in Doha where Nadine talked about “Making Educational Resources with TAWASOL Symbols to Support Students with Disabilities”.   By chance we will also be showcasing our work at another GREAT meeting – The World Health Organisation […]

  • Arabic Speech Corpus shared by Dr. Nawar Halabi Mon, 20 Mar 2017 13:34:12 +0000

    If you have been using our Arabic symbols page you will have noticed that we have made every phoneme for our lexical entries available as a sound file, so that you can hear how it is pronounced. You can see the audio links at the bottom of the symbol for ‘respond’ in the picture beside this […]

  • Question words – Why are they so hard to design? Mon, 20 Feb 2017 14:18:01 +0000

    We have been having another look at our question words and it is really hard to design ones that make sense in all contexts.  If you are working in a European language such as English you will be used to the concept of the ‘wh’ words and there is a particular order in which they tend […]