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RIT ASL and Deaf Studies Community Center
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Reference Librarian for Deaf Studies
The Teach2Connect web site provides strategies for fostering collaboration among deaf, hard-of-hearing, and hearing students.
Captioning Guidelines for Faculty
Captioning Information for Students
These guidelines are the result of benchmark research and collaboration among a number of units on campus as part of the on-going work conducted by the Provost's Deaf Access Committee.
To request captioning for your media, fill out the Wallace Center's Media Request Form.
RIT offers ASL courses in seven different tracks, both credit and non-credit. To determine which track fits you, visit our ASL Courses wiki.
RIT's ASL courses may be found on the Student Information System site (public links at the top do not require login).
Deaf associate's level students in the College of NTID should search for NASL 190 ASL I (4-credit course).
Deaf and hearing bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral students who do not know ASL should search for Course Subject MLAS 201 Beginning ASL I (4-credit course) or ASLC 211 Introduction to ASL and Deaf Culture I(2-credit course).
Deaf and hearing bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral students who know some ASL should contact Sandra Bradley (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a course placement interview.
RIT offers ASL courses for:
College of Liberal Arts - ASL minor
FSSL - for RIT faculty and staff
Master of Science in Secondary Education