The experts at NTID have developed the ASL Video Dictionary and Inflection guide - an innovative dictionary that not only shows you 2,700 signs, but shows most of them in sentences. You can see the inflections and learn how they work to help gain a true understanding of the language of ASL, not just a list of its vocabulary.
The SLPI (Sign Language Proficiency Interview) involves a one-to-one conversation in sign language between an interviewer and candidate/interviewee, with interview content varying according to the background, job responsibilities/schooling, and other interests of each person interviewed.
C-Print is a speech-to-text system developed at RIT/NTID as a communication access service option for some deaf and hard-of-hearing students in educational environments.
The Supporting English Acquisition website assists educators of deaf students in their efforts to promote their students’ English language acquisition and literacy development.