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Sign Language: Home
This guide will help Sign Language/Interpretation students to find course reserves and practice materials.
by Ami Ewald
Last Updated Nov 29, 2021
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About Course Reserves
Most Sign reserves can be checked out for 2 hour library use. See the Classes tab to locate materials for your specific course, or view the additional pages above for practice materials. You may wish to visit our Multimedia Desk to reserve a private study room. If you need help, feel free to Ask a Librarian!
Find more ASL websites like the ones below within the other pages of this guide (see tabs at the top of the page).
This website is "dedicated to the memory and work of Dr. David Stewart (1954-2004)" who taught at MSU. The ASL Browser was one of David's interactive media projects. Learn more about David's other projects here.
Handspeak offers comprehensive American Sign Language (ASL) online dictionary and lessons, including: Baby Sign, International Sign, Emoticon + Bodicon (facial expression and body language), gestures, manual alphabet and numeral, Sign stories and arts.
"Statewide coalition of agencies and organizations working together to improve accessibility and services for Michigan’s Deaf and Hard of Hearing people. The Coalition meets quarterly to address issues pertinent to people who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing".