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ASL Connect

Want to learn American Sign Language? ASL Connect, a new website from GallaudetU, is available to anyone who wants to learn this in-demand language. It’s the first site ever to offer a full curriculum of ASL and Deaf Studies online, which could be taken for academic credit, transferable to universities across the country and internationally.

The Adventures of Raising Successful Deaf Children With ASL

The parents of successful deaf children: see their stories. Each parent has a unique story to share of their journey on raising a Deaf child.

American Society for Deaf Children

Learn what your deaf child needs to thrive and understand the possibilities for your child’s future. Access visual language resources and support for your child’s development.

ASL Access

Deaf and hearing people worldwide want to learn and enjoy American Sign Language – ASL. Our vision here at ASL Access is to promote public access to ASL.1. Show where to find ASL videos.2. Tell about ASL videos. 3. Make ASL videos!


ASLized fosters the integration of American Sign Language (ASL) educational research into visual media and literacy. The main objective is to produce teaching and learning materials in ASL with two focuses: 1.) ASL literature, preserving culture and history and 2.) ASL Linguistics, promoting a better understanding of the complex structure and use of sign languages.

ASL Nook
A nook like no others…Words, pictures, and stories come to life with the magic of American Sign Language (ASL). We welcome anyone who wants to learn ASL. Within our cozy nook, you will learn many new signs such as the alphabet, colours, emotions, animals, and beyond.


The ASL-PHABET is a series of symbols for writing words in American Sign Language (ASL). It represents the handshapes, locations and movements of signs. This dictionary is setup in ASL-PHABET order. To find a word, first, pick one or two hand shapes that make up the word you are searching for.


ASL Pro is an online resource when beginning to learn ASL. It has an ASL video dictionary with hundreds of signs, as well as common phrases.

A Facebook group geared towards native Signers of ASL, interpreters, advanced signers, and CODAs. Beginner Signers are welcome, but should know that this is not a dictionary, however; it does provide resources, and shows Deaf community and culture.

ASL University

American Sign Language University is resource site for ASL students and teachers. Here you will find information and resources to help you learn ASL and improve your signing.

Deaf Health
This website has an ASL video dictionary which provides ASL signs that are related to medical, health, and diseases. Deaf health also describes how to understand your medical tests, and can help you find a Deaf friendly doctor near you.

Deaf Nation

Founded in 2003 by brothers Joel and Jed Barish, DeafNation, Inc. is the international leader in video content, news coverage, social networking and special events for the greater deaf and hard-of-hearing community.

Deaf Planet is intended to allow Deaf and hearing children to learn in a fun and interactive atmosphere. With a primary audience of Deaf Children (ages 8-12), uses American Sign Language (ASL) as its primary means of communication (with text and spoken English interpretation).

Hands and Voices
“Who are we? We are parents of ASL signers, cued speech users…. parents of kids with cochlear implants or total communicators… we are people who have common interests connected through the community of deafness. Hands & Voices is a safe place to explore options, get unemotional support (although we can be emotional about it!), learn from one another and share what we have in common. We value diversity and honor the role of parents and family as the single greatest factor in raising a WASK, (our favorite acronym: W ell- A djusted S uccessful K id)”



Handspeak is an online resource when learning ASL. It has an ASL video dictionary for learning signs, as well as other resources such as Deaf culture, which will give people a basic understanding.

My Deaf Child

I’m Rachel Coleman. Like you, I am the parent of a child who is deaf. When my daughter was diagnosed, I had so many questions, hopes, and fears. I searched for answers that sometimes took years to find. Nearly two decades later, I’ve created this site to help you get answers, access resources, and connect with a community that understands your needs.

Nyle DiMarco Foundation

“Love and Language are the greatest gifts a parent can give any child. The Nyle DiMarco Foundation believes in the ‘whole child’ approach and ensuring lifelong success in all areas: acquiring language, developing critical thinking skills, gaining academic and social skills, and enhancing social, mental, and emotional health. With nurturing love and unrestricted access to language(s) from an early age, a child’s potential is limitless.”

Signing Online

Signing Online offers web-based courses, designed to effectively teach you American Sign Language (ASL) at your own pace from anywhere using your computer, tablet or smart phone. These courses focus on conversational ASL and use videos to demonstrate the visual nature of signing. The courses are perfect for anyone wanting to learn ASL.


Start ASL
We want to teach you sign language on your time and in your budget… not in a classroom with required books, tuition, and a schedule. We want to give you ASL the way we wanted it…Fee-free and fun!


VL2 Parent Information Package

The VL2 Parent Information Package, “Growing Together,” is a collection of research-based resources for hearing parents of deaf and hard of hearing children.  It is intended to share the science of learning on visual language and visual learning and research-based information related to ASL/English bilingualism.