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American Sign Language (ASL)

Articles, databases, books, and web resources related to the teaching, learning, and understanding of American Sign Language studies.



"The suggested signs you see in each ASLCORE branch [Architecture, Literature, Organic Chemistry, Philosophy, etc.] are developed according to ASL linguistic principles by fluent Deaf ASL signers. Our goal is to provide descriptive signs which may serve to complement other initialized or English-influenced sign choices. These signs are presented for your consideration, modification, and adoption if they function well in your work as students, professionals, teachers, or interpreters!"

ASL on YouTube

YouTube has many examples and tutorials for learning ASL and Deaf Culture. The following video is from the official YouTube channel of Dr. Bill Vicars of ASLUniversity. Other sources include ASL THAT and ASLMeredith


Atomic Hands

"Atomic Hands is committed to increasing public accessibility to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) through American Sign Language and fostering collaboration and networking opportunities among current and future Deaf STEMists."



NAD YouTube channel

News and events from the official YouTube channel of the National Association of the Deaf.

Quantum Science in ASL

Quantum ASL

"This work is supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation DMR-1231319; a collaboration between the Center for Integrated Quantum Materials (CIQM) at Harvard University and The Learning Center for the Deaf (TLC) to broaden participation of deaf and hard of hearing students in quantum science through the development of quantum-related topics in American Sign Language."