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Course Overview

Visual media has changed the way we work with American Sign Language. With the advent of new tools and platforms, possibilities of publishing have proliferated, allowing a wider discourse of ideas to be shared with a vast audience of people who work with ASL and ASL learners. This course explores these opportunities through a hands-on approach and introduces students to the tools and skills necessary to produce digital video, websites, interactive presentations and social media and integrate those with the field of ASL.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Bachelors, Minor, Undergraduate
Prerequisites: LIN 101 and GSR 103 Co-requisites: ASL 270

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