The American Sign Language Project, NFP
|The goal of The American Sign Language Project is to develop and disseminate noninvasive technology that improves communication between the Deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing communities. Our purpose is to foster the development and to distribute technology that will make it easier for the Deaf and hard-of-hearing to communicate with the hearing world.
- The Software Grant Program
provides software produced by
The American Sign Language Project accredited Interpreter
Training Programs and licensed and/or accredited organizations
that serves populations who use sign language as the
perferred form of communication.
- Fingerspelling Tutor,
an interactive program featuring true-to-life fingerspelling.
Installation information on Fingerspelling Tutor is available
at following this link.
Deborah 2.0 is a streamlined
interactive dctionary where you can browse for a sign visually or
by selecting a word. This app runs on smart phones, your favorite
web browser, or as a desktop app. See the support pages for
- Mabley Sign Learning Tool,
an interactive dictionary where you can look up signs by
their handshape and practice sign recognition. See the
signs from the front, side or top.
As of October 15, 2019, support for this dictionary
will be discontinued in favor of Deborah 2.0
- The Nicholas J. Deleonardis Scholarship
program, to encourage students to join in the effort to
develop technology that facilitates Deaf / hearing communication.
Please direct questions to development at aslproject dot com
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