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K-12 Technology

Jun 15, 2021 2021-06-15

Mobile Learning

Conversational ASL—On the Go

The ASL App, by Ink & Salt, presents videos made by people who are deaf to help users learn a new visual, spatial language in a way that is easy, intuitive, and well paced. Users can drag their finger on the videos to control the speed, and when they need to know a sign right away, they can use the search index. The app also has a slow-motion option, info (tips), and a favorites folder, where users can save the signs they want to review and practice again. They can also share the signs they have learned to social media, making learning progressive. An ASL App Pack offers the entire collection, including future bundles, and removes ads for $9.99. Some learning Sign Bundles are available individually at no cost—for example, Know Your ABCs, Know Your Numbers, Universal Gestures, and Handshape Exercises. Other, life-skills Sign Bundles, such as Dining and Signing, Dollar and Signs, Celebrations, Pop Culture and Social Media, can be purchased individually for $0.99. The app is accessible on iPad and Android devices.

World Languages Deafness/Hearing Disability Educational Technology

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