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Sign Language

Page history last edited by Julie Holland 11 years, 10 months ago

 Sign Language

 

 

Fingerspelling: this Web site is great for fingerspelling recognition, and spelling. You can set the speed and length of words. http://asl.ms Posted by Chad E. Smith at csmith17@twu.edu

 

Sign Language Dictionary: has a variety of dictionaries available; great resource for parents. http://aslpro.com Posted by Chad E. Smith at csmith17@twu.edu

 

Sign Language Dictionary: another good comprehensive dictionary of signs. http://commtechlab.msu.edu/sites/aslweb/browser.htm Posted by Chad E. Smith at csmith17@twu.edu

 

Information available from the University of Tennessee Center on Deafness: http://sunsite.utk.edu/cod/pec/products.html#a

Posted by Ramon Gonzales at ramon.gonzales@cfisd.net

 

Math and Science Sign Language Lexicon: great source of signs for concepts in Math and Science from the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.  

http://idea3.rit.edu/builder/videoWord/genVideoWord.asp

Posted by Julia Holland at hollandjk@mac.com

 

Texas Math Sign Language Dictionary: from Texas School for the Deaf. http://www.tsdvideo.org

Posted by Julia Holland at hollandjk@mac.com

 

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