How Auslan Education Services Scales Learning in Minutes

  • 28 March 2024
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Auslan, short for Australian Sign Language, is the primary means of communication for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Australia. Ever since the Australian bushfires of 2019–2020, when interpreters were put on TV during alerts, interest in Auslan has grown tremendously across the country.

Challenge: Due to an ongoing teacher shortage, compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic, many schools needed their language specialists to assume traditional classroom teaching positions. Add to that the lack of qualified Auslan teachers to begin with, and you can start to imagine the significant challenges Australian schools faced.

Solution: Watch the video 👇🏽

Shout out to @Paula Grimmer , @Luke Parker and their brilliant team at Auslan Education Services for their commitment to equality by bridging communication barriers between deaf and hearing individuals.


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Thank you so much for sharing our story!

@Paula Grimmer and @Luke Parker Love the story! This makes my job so rewarding to hear all about what Paula has to say. It’s been exactly 2 years since you became Brightcove customer!