ASL.ms: Fingerspelling practice tool.
Manners Signs 0:55 (video)
Numbers 1 through 10 in ASL (Lifeprint) 7:22 (video)
Online ASL dictionaries:
Deaf Culture Resources:
Deaf Culture PEPNet Tipsheet by Professor Linda Siple, Assistant Professor Leslie Greer, and Associate Professor Barbra Ray Holcomb, all of the Department of American Sign Language and Interpreting Education, National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY.
Maryland Deaf Culture Digital Library: https://www.marylanddcdl.org
Audism Unveiled (DVD). (DawnSignPress, 2008)
Accommodations and Advocacy:
ADA Requirements: Effective Communication: https://www.ada.gov/effective-comm.pdf
Accessible Meetings, Events, and Conferences Guide: https://www.adahospitality.org/accessible-meetings-events-conferences-guide
More Recommended Resources from Kathy MacMillan:
- Resources for Learning American Sign Language
- Resources about Deaf Culture and History
- Resources for Educators and Librarians
- Resources for Finding and Working with Interpreters