myASLTech is a unique suite of assistive technology tools that enable users to:
Efficiently create and archive ASL-supported educational materials and quizzes
Support text with sign graphics and video in real time
Build and share creations with other myASLTech Community members
Play games and view stories that reinforce ASL and English literacy
View sign graphics, conceptual graphics, English text, and video clips in an expanding lexicon of root words. Identify words by inputting English text.
Translate English words, phrases, symbols, and idioms into ASL graphics and video clips in real time.
Automatically support English words, phrases, symbols, and idioms with concept graphics.
Play a variety of interactive learning games that can be used to reinforce sign language learning or just have fun. With many of games, you can play by category or with the entire myASL Tech lexicon.Access now!
Create instructional materials (e.g., posters, flash cards) using ASL and concept graphic clip art. You can draw, make shapes, and import your own graphics too. Save and print!
Create templates that automatically generate customizable, printable
worksheets (e.g., fingerspelling scrambles, crossword puzzles,
Create quizzes with automatic sign graphic and video support. Have students take published quizzes. Score the quizzes and send results back to the students. Obtain statistical reports.
Identify signs by inputting descriptors (i.e., hand shapes, locations, movements, and palm orientations). View the resulting sign graphics and videos, corresponding English words, concept graphics, and ASL and English definitions in an expanding lexicon of root words.
Enjoy original, beautifully illustrated stories with ASL translations suitable for young children.
Download copies of or see videos and materials made with myASLTech tools. Check out in-depth information about the capabilities of some of the myASLTech features.
Import your myASLTech-created materials to Clips and Lessons on the Described and Captioned Media Program website. DCMP offers FREE, accessible educational videos and teaching tools to families, school personnel, and other professionals who have at least one student with a disability (ages pre-K through Grade 12).