American Sign Language (ASL) Browser

Demostration of ASL Browser

https://commtechlab.msu.edu/sites/aslweb/browser.htm

The American Sign Language Browser was designed by the Michigan State University Communication Technology Laboratory. The ASL Browser allows you to choose any word starting with any letter and watch a short Quick Time video demonstration of that word being signed.

If you are learning signs with your child, this is a great way to supplement the diagrams in your sign language books!


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