Connecting the Hearing and Deaf Communities Through ASL - 5:10
with Ashlee Trempus, SignOn Connect
Posted Sep 07, 2017
SignOn, a "Virtual Immersion Program," connects the hearing and deaf communities through authentic learning interactions. Through SignOn,?ASL learners have the unique opportunity to communicate one-on-one with a Deaf ASL Ambassador that has grown up using ASL as a first language. SignOn gives people the confidence they need to engage with the Deaf Community while practicing and retaining language techniques. Ashlee Trempus of SignOn Connect talks about how they are helping?to give people the confidence they need to engage with the Deaf Community while practicing and retaining language techniques. Interview recorded August 24th, 2017.
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