Yes! We've found the best way to offer free ASL classes is through our own channel at Yahoo Live system.
You can watch and learn as a guest, you don't need to sign up for anything.
Our classroom URL is
First class is on September 1, 2008 at 7pm and lasts 1 hour.
Schedule to be posted later on.
If RR teaches ASL here the he must be a very strange person.ReplyDelete
who is the teacher ?ReplyDelete
fluent in ASL, or an ASL teacher doing this ?
That is an awesome idea and innovative use of technology!ReplyDelete
I will definitely tune in!
I am enrolled in an ASL class now but I'll be here anyway, every little bit helps!!! Awesome idea!!!ReplyDelete
Nice to know that you embrace ASL. Sounds positive hopefully!
Based on the colorful unpublished comments left here, I'm glad the use of technology will help bring the education of ASL to a lot of hearing people.ReplyDelete
We have a subcontractor we hired to teach ASL in the past. She had been our ASL teacher for the last 3 years.
We'll be teaching her how to do it online and we can expand on that for other ideas such as using the same system to educate deaf people in their own homes.
Fabulous! What a great idea whose time has come!! Any chance that it can be done simultaneously with spanish subtitles?? I am a psychologist that works with many spanish speaking families that would LOVE to learn online.ReplyDelete
Dr. Alison Freeman, Los Angeles
Some of the materials we will be using in our online classes are already bilingual. English and Spanish. This will work with Spanish speaking people.
What's the status of the Free Online ASL Class? Please advise. I agree that it's an excellent opportunity to increase ASL learners and service to the hard of hearing community. Thanks much. If possible, respond to [email protected].ReplyDelete