The Pennsylvania Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf


American Sign Language on the Web

ASL Pro was created to be a free resource for the classroom teacher. Teachers can create accounts and personalize a quiz for their students' use, then take them into a lab and let them practice seeing models other than their own teacher.

American Sign Language Browser
A site created by the Michigan State University Communication Technology Laboratory.

Deaf Resource Library
Created by Karen Nakamura

Deaf MD
See actual ASL signing related to medical conditions.

National Association for the Deaf (NAD) videos
The NAD represents the rights of Deaf American citizens. They have informational videos at this location.

Deaf Tube
The Deaf version of "You Tube".

American Sign Language Books, Video, DVDs

Hiriam G. Andrews Center - Interpreter and Deaf Issues Library
The PA Office for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing, or ODHH, provides information regarding deafness, hearing loss and other concerns. They maintain a library of materials at the Hiram G Andrews Center in Cambria county. NIC testing materials are included.

American Sign Language: a student text
Very popular textbooks for Interpreter Training Programs, they are often referred to as the "Green Books".

Signing Naturally Level I
This is another series of books that is often used in Interpreter Training Programs.

The Bravo Family
A 15-DVD series which features ASL instructor: Billy Seago and the fun Bravo family. This functional approach is appropriate for students of all ages.

Described and Captioned Media Program
A federally funded service who's mission is to promote and provide equal access to communication and learning for students who are blind, visually impaired, deaf, hard of hearing, or deaf-blind.

Classes in your Local Area of Pennsylvania

ODHH information
Search for Sign Language to see a variety of agencies and organizations.

PARID provides these links as a service to the public and our members.
Disclaimer: PARID holds no liability for any links that may be incorrect or missing from this page. PARID does not support or endorse any of these resources. The information is provided as a convience.

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