Linda Day is the former Director of the Centre for Deaf Studies, University of Bristol, and has over 25 years experience as a BSL/English presenter, interpreter and translator for TV, video and in recent years for a variety of websites. She was one of the first Deaf people to become registered as a qualified BSL/ASL Interpreter in 2012.
Linda is the Deaf child of Deaf parents, so she learned BSL – from the cradle and through infancy. Later went on to train as BSL teachers and to become respected academics, both nationally and internationally.
Linda was one of the Director and founder of Signworld online learning (www.signworldlearn.com) back in March 2012.
Nationally and internationally recognised for her role in the development of teaching BSL, she has led her field in adapting the curriculum to match learner’s needs. She enjoys teaching and has an innovative approach to learning and teaching. She taught various sign language levels from beginner to interpreting level over the years at the Centre for Deaf Studies, University of Bristol.