The ASL in Academic Lecture Series is a collaboration between the ASL and Deaf Studies Department, Office of Bilingual Teaching and Learning, and the Office of Faculty Development. This series was originally developed due to high demand from faculty and staff who want to learn how to use ASL in certain disciplines.
We have compiled many of the videos from our lecture series. Please select each video to view.
Academic Discourse in English and ASL
February 18, 2011
ASL vs. English Semantics
February 25, 2011
University Student Learning Outcomes and ASL
March 4, 2011
ASL in ASLPI
(American Sign Language Proficiency Interview)
March 25, 2011
Currently Unavailable - please stay tuned.
Using ASL to Discuss Biology
April 1, 2011
Using ASL to Discuss Human Development and Psychology
April 8, 2011
Dr. Daniel Koo/Dr. Raylene Paludneviciene/Dr. Caroline Kobek-Pezzarossi