A Thank You Note to Interpreters

by Jenna, Deaf Expert Interpreters, thank you for always helping us out. You’re the ones who help me figure out my teacher’s instructions, my doctor’s advice, and my family’s worries over the phone. You tell jokes and share stories with me while we wait for the teacher to show up, and are just plain friendly […]

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ASL Teachers…Have You Seen Us Lately?

If you teach ASL at the collegiate or high school level, you owe it to yourself and to your students to take a look at what we have to offer.  Not only do we offer our entire program for $12.00 per student for the ENTIRE CALENDAR YEAR, but we have so many features that will suite […]

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You Asked, We Answered! – Slow Button on Videos

Many of you asked about a possible slow button on ASLdeafined for the videos in our 16,000 + dictionary and for the 300 + lessons.  Well, just this afternoon, we were able to complete and implement the “slow button” on our website.  You have to try this new feature out!  It is awesome.  I absolutely […]

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Personalize Your Own Dictionary on ASLdeafined

You can now personalize your own dictionary on ASLdeafined.  Simply find the words you prefer in the dictionary. Once you click on a word in the dictionary, you will see “Add to My Vocabulary”. Click that. And all your words will be saved under the icon “My Vocabulary”. Then, if you want to review all of […]

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ASLdeafined’s Video Dictionary has Reached over 16,000 words…

On ASLdeafined, our video dictionary has now reached over 16,000 words signed by Deaf experts.  Also, we just tripled the size of the video screen.  I believe they can almost see our video dictionary screen from Space.  If by chance you cannot find a word you need, we will be glad to provide it for you.  Simply click […]

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Good Morning, ASL Learners!

All of us at ASLdeafined hope that this post finds you happy, healthy, wealthy and wisely ready to refresh your American Sign Language learning (or possibly consider signing up for our service if you have not tried it yet!) Although our blog has admittedly been quiet for some time, you can expect an increase of activity here sooner […]

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How Did All of This Get Started Anyway?

American Sign Language (ASL) would not exist if there were no need. Perhaps those of you outside the Deaf Community have sometimes wondered how people become deaf? Certainly there are a variety of conditions and situations that can lead to such things, but there are a few worth mentioning when answering that question. As you […]

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How Often Do ASL Students Practice Signing?

Students learning American Sign Language are having problems finding the time to practice.  We would like to hear from students of ASL.  If you are a student, or know of one, how often do they practice?  Please answer the poll, and let us know why so many students are not practicing as often as they […]

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