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In the United States and Canada, we have predominatly two versions of sign language - American Sign Language (ASL) or Signing Exact English. ASL is another language with its own grammar and vocabulary. Signing Exact English is just what it sounds like: you are signing in the exact grammar of the English language.

Which one should you learn? Most experts suggest that you learn ASL. It is more widely used and once learned you can easily understand Signing Exact English.

American Sign Language Alphabet

American Sign Language Alphabet
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My Baby Can Talk
First Signs DVD

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Sharing Signs DVD

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Exploring Signs

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A Basic Guide to ASL
A Basic Guide to ASL'has been created to help you more easily communicate with people who cannot hear. This resource is the first American Sign Language Dictionary made available to Internet users. It combines text, graphics, and animations to provide sign definitions for many common terms.
A-Z to Deafblindness
A-Z to Deafblindness is here to try and help Deafblind people on the net And make people more aware about Deafblindness.And to let people know about some of the equipment that deafblind people use.
Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Advocating Independence through Listening and Talking!
American Annals of the Deaf
The American Annals of the Deaf is a professional journal dedicated to quality in education and related services for hearing impaired children and adults.
American Sign Language
A University of Florida project with the History of ASL, Signing Etiquette, Facial Expressions, Letters, ASL Phrases and Citations.
American Sign Language and Other Deaf Communication Systems
An article on the history of sign language with a list of more sites that you might find interesting.
American Sign Language Browser
A Michigan State University website where you can look up videos of thousands of ASL signs.
American Sign Language Linguistic Research Project
Syntactic research on American Sign Language (ASL), computer-based tools for linguistic analysis of visual language data, and collaborative work with computer scientists interested in sign language recognition.
American Sign Language University
American Sign Language (ASL) information and resources.
American Sign Language Videos
147 captioned educational videos on ASL -American Sign Language, for children and adults
American Speech - Language - Hearing Association
ASHA is the professional association for 140,000 audiologists, speech-language pathologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists.
ASL Access
ASL Access gives access to ASL stories and lessons for all ages and stages through giving libraries, colleges, schools and other organizations access to borrowing them.
ASL Alphabet Chart
The American Manual Alphabet is a manual alphabet that augments the vocabulary of American Sign Language when spelling individual letters of a word is the preferred or only option, such as with proper names or the titles of works.
ASLinfo.com
An extensive collection of information on American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf Culture. Also includes a message board, deaf time-line and much more.
ASLPro.com
ASL Pro is a completely free online ASL educational resource website featuring over 11,000 ASL Signs
Aspen Camp of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Several camps for children, teens, and families.

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Baby Hands Productions, Inc./My Baby Can Talk
Sign Language for Babies - A complete early language development program recommended by pediatricians, trusted by parents and loved by babies. Crying is one way that babies can communicate – offer your baby another. This program includes everything you need to jump start communication before your baby can speak. More than 20 national parenting awards!
Babyhearing.org
My Baby's Hearing
Baby Signs
Baby Signs helps boost babies' language and thinking skills. Start signing today!
Boys Town National Research Hospital
Internationally recognized as a leader in clinical and research programs focusing on childhood deafness, visual impairment and related communication disorders
BSL Alphabet
An Animated Finger Spelling Alphabet of British Sign Language, Click on a letter an watch the animation!

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Children of Deaf Adults Inc.
CODA—Children of Deaf adults, is a non-profit organization for the adult hearing sons and daughters of deaf parents.
Colleges & Universities With ASL or Interpreter Programs
Colleges & Universities or Institutes offering degrees or training programs in American Sign Language: ASL, Interpreter, or Deaf related fields.

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Deaf Linx
Deaf Linx: Resources and guides for the Deaf community
Deaf Ministries Connection
A list of ministries connected to the deaf including churches worldwide, news, schools, websites, and much more.
Deaf Related Graphics from Calvary Lutheran Church for the Deaf
These graphics are free to use or modify in any Christian Ministry giving honor and glory to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Deaf Resource Library
The Deaf Resource Library contains information pertaining to Deaf communities, hearing impairment, and sign language (ASL and JSL).
Deafness.About.com
Information and resources about and for deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing people, including topics such as ear wax, hearing aids, sign language, cochlear implants, famous deaf people, Helen Keller, and tinnitus. Participate in a community forum, and receive a weekly newsletter.
DeafZONE
The culmination of Deaf resources. You will never be alone... again
Dr. Bill Vicars' American Sign Language (ASL) Fingerspelling Practice Site
Free American Sign Language (ASL) Fingerspelling Practice Site
Dr. Bill Vicars fingerspelling tutor
The quickest way to learn the fingerspelled alphabet handshapes used in American Sign Language (ASL) fingerspelling

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EnchantedLearning.com
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/themes/asl.shtml" title="ASL (American Sign Language) Activities at EnchantedLearning.com

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Fingerspelling Blocks
Fingerspelling Blocks are are an educational toy for home and classroom for teaching the abc's of Sign Language. Classic alphabet blocks with the handshape on top. Children can see and feel the handshape making the manual alphabet easier to reproduce .
Funbrain.com Sign the Alphabet
This game teaches elementary sign language. Fun game teaches Alphabet and numbers. For kids and children of all ages and grades.

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Gallaudet University
Gallaudet University leads the world in undergraduate liberal arts education, career development, and outstanding graduate programs for deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing students. The University also enjoys international renown for its research on the history, language, and culture of deaf people.

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Hands & Voices
Hands & Voices is a parent driven, non-profit organization dedicated to providing unbiased support to families with children who are deaf or hard of hearing
HandSpeak
Handspeak offers comprehensive American Sign Language (ASL) online dictionary, ASL grammar, manual alphabet (fingerspelling), art and literature, lessons, and others.
History of American Sign Language
A brief article from Northern Virginia Community College on the history of sign language.
History of Sign Language
A brief history of Sign Language

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IMPACT
IMPACT is a California statewide all-volunteer, non-profit organization of parents, teachers and professionals serving deaf and hard-of-hearing children.
Institute for Disabilities Research and Training
IDRT can provide comprehensive research and development consulting services on almost any issue related to technology for disabled people.

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J and R Computer and Music World
10 Stores In One! Audio, Video, Cameras, Home Office, Music, Software, Appliances, Games, Movies.

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Kids' Corner
ASL Alphabet and Number charts
Kno
Kno is fundamentally changing higher education by offering students new ways to digitally consume, organize, create and share knowledge. Knoʼs software is available for free on iPad and artfully blends cutting-edge features with the worldʼs largest selection of over 200,000 textbooks.
Kobo
Kobo is a global retailer of eBooks and ereader. Choose from more than 2 million eBooks!

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Laurent Clerc Center
Laurent Clerc CenterLaurent Clerc National Deaf Center
Learn to Sign with Koko
This section will help you become familiar with all of Koko's signs, and thus to learn to communicate both with Koko and those who know ASL
Lesson Tutor Store
Teaching and learning resources specializing in American Sign Languages
Lifeprint.com
For American Sign Language (ASL) resources check out Lifeprint.com
Listen To Your Buds
Listen To Your Buds is a hearing health public education campaign to provide parents with information about safe usage of personal audio technology.
Listen Up Web
Resources for the deaf and hard of hearing

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My Baby Can Talk
Award Winning Sign Language Program for Babies

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National Institue of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders
Improving the lives of people who have communication disorders
National Student Speech Language Hearing Association | NSSLHA
The National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is a pre-professional membership association for students interested in the study of communication sciences and disorders.

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Oregon Commission for the Blind Links
Commission for the Blind Links - American Foundation for the Blind - Oral Hull Park for the Blind - Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation

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Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf
This is a professional site for anyone needing an interpreter of sign language or for someone thinking of becoming an interpreter.

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Sheet Music Plus
Shop Sheet Music Plus for the World's largest selection of sheet music, songbooks and guitar tabs.
Signing Online
Signing Online provides interactive web-based instruction in American Sign Language (ASL). It allows you to learn ASL at your own pace, anywhere, anytime.
Signing Savvy
Signing Savvy is a sign language video dictionary that contains American Sign Language (ASL) signs, fingerspelled words, and other common signs.
SLP/AUD Website Directory Project
The largest repository of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology related links on the web. An open web directory project updated and maintained by Speech Therapists and Audiologists.
Sound and Fury
A PBS show with many resources about deaf culture and cochlear implants.

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The Deaf Resource Library
The Deaf Resource Library contains information pertaining to Deaf communities, hearing impairment, and sign language (ASL and JSL).

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University of Mary Washington | Blindness or Visual Impairment
Links to resources on blindness and visual impairment
USInsuranceNet/Family Health Reference to ASL
A reference page with helpful links to ASL sites.

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Vermont Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired
DBVI (Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired provides vocational rehavilitation and independent living services to Vermonts visually impaired citizens.

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WalMart
We are your Wal-mart store on the Web. Super selection at Every Day Low Prices!
Wikipedia Sign Language Subcategories
Sign languages are forms of non-verbal communication primarily used by the deaf and hearing-persons associated with the Deaf community. This page contains more than one hundred subcategories for Sign Languages
Wise Old Sayings American Sign Language Resource Guide
A wonderful resource brought to my attention by Stephanie.

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