American Sign Language (ASL) is a language that uses hand signs, facial expressions, and body postures to communicate ideas. ASL is a rich, complex language on par with spoken languages, and employs rules of phonology, syntax, morphology, etc.
We selected some ASL resources for you to find interpreters that can fit your needs. Remember you can use the FREE TOOL we are providing to integrate your content to the video feed you will create with interpreters.
DeafTEC, part of National Technical Institute for the Deaf, has useful tips in designing your curriculum so that it’s accessible.
National Institute for the Deaf (NTID) is partnering with RIT to provide Cybersecurity Bootcamp for Deaf and Hard-of-hearing individuals; scholarships available. Inquire for future classes: https://www.rit.edu/ntid/cybersecuritybootcamp
Deaf Coders & Deaf Web Developers
Creating IT Futures - CompTIA’s charitable arm; working with RIT’s Deaf Tec Ed.