An official website of the State of Georgia.
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Get access to learning tutorials and online education for American Sign Language (ASL) training.
This is a series of 10 free on-line videos teaching very basic signs.
This is a series of 16 DVDs, each 35 minutes to an hour long, geared towards families.
These are videos created by a deaf family, mother, father, and 2 daughters.
ASL University is a resource site for ASL students and teachers created by Dr. William Vicars, “Dr. Bill”.
This is Dr. Bill’s fingerspelling practice site.
This site offers free ad-supported courses, as well as online course subscription and offline curriculum instant downloads.
Their mission is to serve the needs of the ASL Educational Community.
This is a free video sign language dictionary consisting of several thousand signs.
This is a very comprehensive resource site to learn ASL and deaf culture.
Learn ASL for adults and kids age 8 +