CEFR for Sign Languages: The State of Art
The ProSign project, funded by the European Centre for Modern Languages (ECML), is the first and highly significant step toward the establishment of European standards for specifying proficiency level for use in Deaf Studies and Interpreting programmes offered at tertiary level.
The ProSign Team is organizing a second conference open to all professionals, teachers and researchers interested in developing and establishing commen sign language levels.
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1. The recorded interpretation via video and audio (including any interpretation via an audio and video channel) are intended to facilitate communication and do not constitute an authentic record of the event (source: SCIC).
2. International Sign was the main mode of communication at the event, which is not a fully fledged language, but a communication solution to serve a diverse audience (source: EUD, 2012).