We have started an ASL program here, and I have purchased quite a few
videos on this subject. Sign Enhancers is good. Also, try :
www.harriscomm.com ASL Access can also help with titles. Chris
Wixtrom was a big help. She gave me some websites with lists and
summaries I could print out. When I called I was under the impression
that this organization donated these titles (over $7,700 worth) to
public libraries, but they don't. I think they help public libraries
get the money. Anyway, try calling Chris - she's very helpful.
703-799-8733 or www.aslacces.org
Good luck, Jan
Tidewater Community College
300 Granby Street
Norfolk, VA 23510
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We have a good "using signing in the real world" video set that we
several years ago from Sign Enhancers, Inc. <www.signenhancers.com>.
is titled, "The Beginning ALS VideoCourse". It is still listed in the
company's online catalog along with several other video titles.
We also have a couple of titles for kids, " I Want to Learn Sign
1&2, that were purchased from Instructional Video <www.insvideo.com>.
Hope this helps your search.
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