American Sign Language Resources
Read with ASL
Read with ASL YouTube videos are descriptive, providing language exposure. The ASL presenters describe scenes, showing places, people, animals, actions, and events. This helps people naturally “pick up” ASL grammar features such as using classifier hand shapes and skills like setting up referents in space to show what, where, and how things move, and using body and gaze shifting. Click below to learn more.
MyASLTech is a unique suite of assistive technology tools that enable users to efficiently create and archive ASL-supported educational materials and quizzes, support text with sign graphics and video in real-time, play games and view stories that reinforce ASL and English literacy, and more!
We have compiled an extensive list of ASL Education resources meant for anyone who would like to expand their knowledge of American Sign Language.