American Sign Language n. (also with lower-case initials in the second and third elements) a form of sign language developed in the early 19th cent. for the use of the deaf in the United States; abbreviated ASL; cf. Ameslan n.
Albertsons Library provides access to over 290 research databases and indexes via its "Articles, Databases A-Z" link on the library's homepage: https://www.boisestate.edu/library/
We have created several subject-specific lists of databases germane to your topic. The following databases cover the spectrum of American Sign Language research and scholarship:
Provides both guided and self-directed instruction for over 100 languages (with ASL and ESL) and 60 home languages, along with Course Designer, which allows for the creation and deployment of custom courses by educators. Pronunciator uses a variety of tools (e.g., drills, quizzes, live online conversation classes, feature films, streaming music with lyrics, poetry, plays, culture notes, etc.) to provide 360-degree exposure to a language within a safe, structured learning environment.