Sign Language Website Resources
New: SEE Sign Families Online Class
Expand your sign base with the SEE Sign Families. This brand new course is designed for those with knowledge of 600 or more signs. Each week a variety of signs grouped by families and selected vocabulary will be introduced along with new practice sentences and stories created specifically for this online class. Approximately 200 words will be covered during this 4-week session. Registration fee is $70.
New: SEE Online Classes
Classes offered for beginning, intermediate, and advanced signers and cost $90 for the 6-week format. Classes need a minimum of 4 students to take place and are limited to 8 students for maximum learning experience.
American Sign Language Browser – dictionary style language index
American Sign Language Library – online video clips of vocabulary for specific elementary through high school academic classes
ASL Nook – A free website designed for both adults and children that provides videos of books or topics presented in ASL.
ASL Pro – Teachers can create free accounts and personalize a quiz for their students’ use
Captioned Media – sign up for your own account and get free captioned educational media (available to students who are deaf, blind, hard of hearing, visually impaired, or deaf-blind)
Center for Accessible Technology in Sign (CATS) – a joint project between the Atlanta Area School for the Deaf and the Georgia Institute of Technology dedicated to providing accessibility to learning via sign language
DeafHealth– Health education in American Sign Language
HandSpeak – online sign language dictionary, fingerspelling, and tutorials (numbers, calendar months, manners, greetings, and much more)
Institute for Disabilities Research and Training, Inc (IDRT): The Center for ASL Tools, Technology, Products, and Services – Click on “my ASL Tech” to automatically obtain ASL-supports for English text and to easily create your own ASL-supported instructional materials and quizzes
Lifeprint Institute ASL University – A free series of 10 self-paced online ASL courses that cover various aspects of Deaf Culture, ASL grammar, history, and terminology
Masters Tech – A basic dictionary of ASL terms
Pinterest ASL Board – Pinterest board with pins related to sign language including infographics, articles, art, videos, quotes, books, and a lot more
Signing Online – Web-based courses, designed to effectively teach you (ASL) at your own pace ($75 fee)
Signing Savvy – Online sign language dictionary with videos of ASL signs and fingerspelled words and can also be used as a resource to create virtual flashcards and quizzes
William (Bill) Vicars ASL Videos – Join Bill on his YouTube channel to learn ASL signs and sign language tips through several videos