What is ASL?

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.

ASL Resources

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.

Platform Customizations

SIGMA is an excelent organization for you to hire if you need customizations. If you already have a platform for Online Course delivery, you may need to customize the open source tool we provide, to better fit your needs. Sigma can work with you to deliver what you need.

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Additional Resources

RIT’s Deaf Tec Ed

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

Facebook Group
Deaf Coders & Deaf Web Developers

Deaf Kids Code

Creating IT Futures - CompTIA’s charitable arm; working with RIT’s Deaf Tec Ed.