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.

Projects:

  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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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