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LAN myTTY 3.0 Software Phone System for 4 Seats & 4 Lines Computer Servers Deaf and Hearing Impaired Individuals for Windows Only

LAN myTTY 3.0 Software Phone System for 4 Seats & 4 Lines Computer Servers Deaf and Hearing Impaired Individuals for Windows Only
$1,599.00

LAN-myTTY is a version of myTTY that loads on a server and allows any computer connected through the local area network (LAN) to send and receive TTY calls. The cost depends on the number of stations and telephone lines that are connected. This system can work hard-wired or wireless.

The typical office has a telephone system and a LAN that links various work stations. LAN-myTTY provides a link between the telephone system and the LAN. It allows any workstation to make, receive, and transfer a TTY call on any of your telephone lines.

If you have a digital telephone system, you need to have it set to provide an analog port to each line, something that a telephone technician can do easily on most systems.

Once you purchase a system, IDRT provides a TTY server, which is basically an ordinary desktop computer configured with multiple voice modems and the LAN-myTTY software. You install client myTTY software on each workstation. There is no limit to the number of telephone lines and workstations the system can handle.

The cost of the system is based on the number of "seats" and telephone lines. A "seat" is an active connection to the LAN-myTTY system. You can put the client myTTY software on any number of work stations, but the number of workstations that can use the system at any one time depends on how many "seats" you bought for your system.

MSL Mexican Sign Language Hispanic Heritage Set of Stories Bundle for Windows Only

MSL Mexican Sign Language Hispanic Heritage Set of Stories Bundle for Windows Only
$89.95

5 CD-ROMs Each can be viewed in English or Spanish text and audio with ASL video translations:1. Tomados de la Mano**-CD I:Three folktales from Spanish-speaking countries–"The Laughing Skull," "The Four Brothers’ Adventure," and "How Birds Got Bright Feathers" 2. Tomados de la Mano**-CD II:Three folktales from Spanish-speaking countries–"The Singing Sack," "Juan Bobo and the Three-Legged Pot," and "The Singing Toad" 3. Sueño Sordo Hispano-Americanos:A brief history of Deaf Hispanic Americans, profiles of eight famous Deaf Hispanic Americans, and two personal stories by Mark Morales of growing up Deaf and Hispanic in the U.S. Information can be printed and pictures of the Deaf Hispanic Americans colored and printed. 4. Somos Muy Fiesteros: Descriptions of Mexican traditions and holidays. Colorful pictures and videoclips from National Geographic and Ethnosocope Film and Video expand the experience. 5. Mexican Sign Language/American Sign Language Translator:Translates 575 words automatically between four languages–ASL, LSM, English and Spanish. PLUS A copy of "Believing…Achieving, Creer…Conseguir," a publication of PEPNET. AND 6 Handouts: 1. Resources for Deaf Hispanic Americans 2. References about Deaf Hispanic Americans 3. Hispanic Recipes 4. Information about Sign Languages used by Spanish-Speaking Countries 5. Recommended Activities for Parents and Teachers to Do with Their Children 6. Recommended Books for Children on Hispanic Folklore and Topics.

American Sign Language for Kids (3 CD-ROM)

American Sign Language for Kids (3 CD-ROM)
$79.99

Multimedia 2000, Seattle, has released American Sign Language American Sign Language
n.
The primary sign language used by deaf and hearing-impaired people in the United States and Canada.

——————————————————————————–
American Sign Language (ASL),
n. Dictionary in GOLD and PLATINUM editions.

The American Sign Language Dictionary is one of Multimedia 2000’s best selling products, and these two editions contain an updated version of the dictionary, plus bonus disks. With ASL ASL – Algebraic Specification Language recognized as the third most-used and fastest-growing language in the United States, and with the recent growth fueled by an increasing number of schools and universities giving language credit for ASL, this is sure to continue to be a booming field.

ASL GOLD edition is a 2 CD-ROMCD-ROM: see compact disc.
——————————————————————————–
CD-ROM
in full compact disc read-only memory

Type of computer storage medium that is read optically (e.g., by a laser).
….. Click the link for more information. set that includes The American Sign Language Dictionary, and the bonus disc "101 Basic Signs". The ASL PLATINUM edition is a 4 CD-ROM set that includes the Dictionary, 101 Basic Signs, and 2 additional discs: Mexican Sign Language/American Sign Language Translator and Fingerspelling fingerspelling,
n the manipulation of fingers into different positions, usually based on the manual alphabet, to represent letters of the alphabet. & Numbers.

ASL American Sign Language Con-SIGN-tration Memory Game CD #1,2,3 & 4 Bundle for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Con-SIGN-tration Memory Game CD #1,2,3 & 4 Bundle for Windows Only
$79.95

Set of Four Con-SIGN-tration Cds, for the price of three, includes all of the IDRT Con-SIGN-tration games that challenge reading and memory skills by requiring the player to match ASL pictures to English words that disappear if no match is made. Each CD game covers 10 different categories and related vocabulary. In the 4 CD set, there are 40 different categories and a total of almost 3,000 words. Two levels of challenge make the games appropriate for almost any age player. The games keep score of the number of clicks and matches and randomize every time they are played.

myTTY 3.0 – American Sign Language (ASL)

myTTY 3.0 - American Sign Language (ASL)
$79.95

myTTY 3.0 is software that lets your computer act like a TTY. It allows you to make and receive calls from TTYs and other computers that have TTY software. Features: * Alerts to incoming calls * Audio signals (e.g., ringing, busy) are displayed * Answering machine * Caller ID * Telephone book * Audio messages for voice callers * Audio detection of optimal voice modem * Disconnect detection * Automatic relay dialing * Save conversation * Copy and paste text * Printer support * Automatic line noise suppression * Online help documents * "Ungarble" capabilities * Customize font, color, size of letters, and background * Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP * 32 MB memory * TAPI-compliant voice modem * Pentium processor or equivalent * CD-ROM drive myTTY 3.0 enables you to: * Communicate with TTYs without the expense of buying one. * Communicate with deaf friends, family members, employees, and customers. * Communicate with relay services. Legal Requirements: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires businesses with 15 or more employees to be accessible to persons with disabilities, including those who are deaf. This means that these businesses’ telephones must be accessible to deaf people as well. Businesses now have a cost-effective way of attracting new customers (i.e., those who are deaf), as well as staying in compliance with government regulations. myTTY 3.0 can be loaded on a single computer or laptop. It may be licensed to be loaded on extra computers or workstations

Paw Sign Stories with Books: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only

Paw Sign Stories with Books: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only
$79.95

The five stories in Paws Signs Stories are original. They utilize strategies found successful in teaching early reading skills, such as repeated phrases, patterned language, and predictable structure. Each story also teaches something about ASL. Each story has three games (i.e., 15 in all), each focusing on a different skill, such as visual memory, visual sequencing, literacy, spelling, math, and creativity.

This version of Paws Signs Stories comes with five sturdy books, one for each story. The storybooks won Best in Category for Excellence in Print by the Printing and Graphics Communications Association in 1998. Sign vocabulary from the stories is depicted in the back of each book. We learn how location affects the telling of a story in ASL in I Can Play Outside. In I Like Many Things, a girl talks about all of the things that she likes. Each thing is made with the same hand shape in ASL, the "1" hand shape, so some of the signs are similar and encourage the use of visual discrimination. Time to Wash teaches addition, subtraction, and colors as a little girl hangs clothes on the clothesline. And I Walked Some More follows a little boy as he explores the zoo. His descriptions of the animals shows how facial expression is crucial when using adjectives in ASL.

Instant Immersion American Sign Language Deluxe

Instant Immersion American Sign Language Deluxe
$49.99

Your complete ASL tutor, from the history to hand positions! Product Information From the history of American SignLanguage to hand positions for thousands of ASL words and phrases, Instant Immersion American Sign Language Deluxe is the ultimate way to let your fingers do the talking, literally! As the third most commonly used language in the UnitedStates, American Sign Language is the fastest growing form of communication. Used by both the deaf and hearing community, ASL is a thorough and eloquent system of signing. Instant Immersion American Sign Language is the quick and easy way manybeginners learn how to sign. Based on the same tried and proven techniques that allow people to quickly pick-up a spoken language, the key to success with signing is to immerse yourself. For years, we have known that an immersion environment is theabsolute, fastest way to learn a new language. The Instant Immersion method provides this atmosphere and allows you to put your lessons to use immediately. Each disc in this 8 CD-ROM software suite is packed with authoritative contentdeveloped in tandem with experienced ASL instructors, and features full-motion signing instruction with reinforcing written descriptions, challenging quizzes and games, vocabulary synonym lists, and complete phrases arranged by category for a widearray of real-life situations. Reference Guide (1 CD) Grammar & Fingerspelling (1 CD) ASL Dictionary (2 CDs) ASL Phrase Guide (4 CDs) Learn to sign words and phrases on dozens of conversational subjects, including: Parenting and Family Food and Drink Time, Dates and Seasons Money and NumbersLegal and Medical Terms Dating and Relationsh

ASL American Sign Language Baby's First Book of Signs Volume 1, 2 & 3 Bundle for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Baby's First Book of Signs Volume 1, 2 & 3 Bundle for Windows Only
$49.95

Minimum System Requirements: Windows 2000, XP, Vista or 7 CD-ROM drive 16x 250 MB hard drive space Color SVGA monitor that supports at least True Color (16 bit) Whether your child is deaf or hearing, this adorable 3-CD-ROM electronic book series introduces infants and toddlers to a rich vocabulary of first words in sign language, sound, text, and concept graphics. So simple to use – just click to turn each page. Signs are accessible by conceptual categories (e.g., Food, Toys, Animals). Buy the CDs together or individually. Volume I-Categories: Alphabet, Numbers, Home, Outside, and People. 123 signs! Volume II-Categories: Actions, Descriptions, Feelings, When, and Where. 143 signs! Volume III-Categories: Animals, Clothes, Colors, Food, and Toys. 124 signs!

Paws Signs Stories with Storybooks (American Sign Language-accessible software)

Paws Signs Stories with Storybooks (American Sign Language-accessible software)
$49.95

Paws Signs Stories, Codie award-winning computer software for children, contains 5 original stories and 15 educational games (3 for each story) with each signed in American Sign Language. Stories teach important features of ASL when signed. Paws is recommended for children, ages 3-7, although we have found that older elementary-age deaf children enjoy the program as well. Linda Bove, the deaf actress on Sesame Street, dressed as Paws the dog, signs the stories, directions, and game instructions. Signing and/or audio are options for accessing information. Paws Sign Stories comes in two versions, CD and Books and CD only.

The five stories in Paws Signs Stories are original. They utilize strategies found successful in teaching early reading skills, such as repeated phrases, patterned language, and predictable structure. Each story also teaches something about ASL. Each story has three games (i.e., 15 in all), each focusing on a different skill, such as visual memory, visual sequencing, literacy, spelling, math, and creativity.

This version of Paws Signs Stories comes with five sturdy books, one for each story. The storybooks won Best in Category for Excellence in Print by the Printing and Graphics Communications Association in 1998. Sign vocabulary from the stories is depicted in the back of each book.

MSL Mexican Sign Language "Tamados de la Mano" Hand in Hand CD – I, II & III Bundle – Hispanic Stories for Windows Only

MSL Mexican Sign Language "Tamados de la Mano" Hand in Hand CD - I, II & III Bundle - Hispanic Stories for Windows Only
$49.95

All 3 Tomados de la Mano CDs for the price of two! Now you can enjoy the entire collection of 10 translated Spanish folktales for this amazingly low price. The stories are "The Laughing Skull," "The Four Brothers’ Adventure," "How Birds Got Bright Feathers," "The Singing Sack," "Juan Bobo and the Three-Legged Pot," "The Singing Toad," "The Bilingual Cat," "Turtle and Coyote," "The Parrot That Could Speak Two Languages," and The Ram in the Chili Patch". Each story can be viewed in English or Spanish text and audio with ASL video translations.

Vision Screen 9000 (vision assessment software, *American Sign Language-accessible)

Vision Screen 9000 (vision assessment software, *American Sign Language-accessible)
$49.95

Vision Screen 9000 is a computerized vision screening system. It provides a simple, straightforward method of detecting possible vision problems in six critical areas: Far Acuity, Near Acuity, Depth Perception, Color Vision, Macular Health, and Eye Movement. The program provides video demonstrations of vision screening procedures to help users understand proper techniques. There are also ASL videos to provide access for users who are deaf. The program will maintain vision screening data files on an unlimited number of subjects and retrieve them as needed, making it an ideal tool for families, schools, businesses, and other entities that feel visual skills are important.
The Vision Screen 9000 package consists of a CD, red/green glasses, and a penlight. The user loads the program into any personal computer running Windows 98SE or later, and follows the program’s instructions. An assistant is needed to help administer some of the tests, but no special skills are required. It takes about 15 minutes to complete all the testing procedures.

The results of a person’s vision screening are displayed by the program on a printable report form. Any number of report forms can be stored in the program’s database, a handy feature for those who wish to track their vision over time, or for schools and other organizations that wish to test many people and keep the results on file.

Vision Screen 9000 is NOT a substitute for regular visits to an optometrist or ophthalmologist. It is intended to be a supplement to professional eye care, a way for lay people to quickly and comprehensively screen their vision for possible problems.
Minimum System Requirements:

* 166 MHz Pentium
* Windows 98 SE
*32 MB memory
*16x CD-ROM drive
*Color SVGA monitor that supports HIgh Color (24 bit)

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary
$44.95

Signs are shown in pictures and video. Words and their definitions are shown in text, video and audio. This is the only dictionary on the market that has ALL OF THE DEFINITIONS in ASL!

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary includes over 2,700 signs and 7,000 English word equivalents. There are approximately 15,000 files of pictures, text, and video. Spell-check is available in English and parameter-check in ASL. The dictionary shows English words that share a single sign (e.g., large, big) and signs that share a single English equivalent (e.g., run).

Help files include information about the history of ASL and English and how to use the dictionary. This is a reference MUST for every ASL user.

Paw Sign Stories: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only

Paw Sign Stories: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only
$44.95

n I Like Many Things, a girl talks about all of the things that she likes. Each thing is made with the same handshape in ASL, the "1" handshape, so some of the signs are similar and encourage the use of visual discrimination.

ASL American Sign Language Crash Course for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Crash Course for Windows Only
$44.95

The Crash Course in American Sign Language is the most efficient and convenient way yet to learn the basics of American Sign Language (ASL) in the comfort of your home or office. This program guides you step-by-step through 8 classes, divided into 30 easy-to-follow lessons. Video clips of words and sentences, and activities are used to easily introduce and reinforce key vocabulary and grammatical rules. Class topics include: People, Descriptions, Living and Non-living Things, Daily Life, Location, Schedule, Numbers, and Fingerspelling. In just 30 easy lessons, you can develop basic conversational ability in American Sign Language (ASL), the native language of American Deaf people. This eight-class includes over 360 signs and signed sentences, along with 75 skill-building quizzes and concept-reinforcing exams! Designed for beginning signers, age 8 and up! Topics for the 8 classes include: * People, Descriptions, Living and Non-living Things, Daily Life, Location, Schedule Numbers and Fingerspelling. CRASH COURSE will help you: Get comfortable using your hands to communicate, Recognize standard hand shapes in ASL, See how facial expression and fingerspelling are part od ASL, Use the index to find individual words and Learn about Deaf Culture and Deaf resources.

Paws Signs Stories (American Sign Language – Accessible Product)

Paws Signs Stories (American Sign Language - Accessible Product)
$44.95

Paws Signs Stories, award-winning computer software for children, contains 5 original stories and 15 educational games (3 for each story) with each signed in American Sign Language. Stories teach important features of ASL when signed. Paws is recommended for children, ages 2-7, although we have found that older elementary-age deaf children enjoy the program as well. Linda Bove, the deaf actress on Sesame Street, dressed as Paws the dog, signs the stories, directions, and game instructions. Signing and/or audio are options for accessing information. The five stories in Paws Signs Stories are original. They utilize strategies found successful in teaching early reading skills, such as repeated phrases, patterned language and predictable structure. Each story also teaches something about ASL. Each story has three games (i.e., 15 in all), each focusing on a different skill, such as visual memory, visual sequencing, literacy, spelling, math, and creativity. The ASL classifier for "car" is used in the story I Love My Car. The story also focuses on opposites, like "in" and "out," "over" and "under," "wet" and "dry."We learn how location affects the telling of a story in ASL in I Can Play Outside. In I Like Many Things, a girl talks about all of the things that she likes. Each thing is signed using the same handshape in ASL, the "1" handshape, so some of the signs are similar and encourage the use of visual discrimination skills. Time to Wash teaches addition, subtraction, and colors as a little girl hangs clothes on the clothesline. And I Walked Some More follows a little boy as he explores the zoo. His descriptions of the animals shows how facial expression is crucial when using adjectives in ASL. Minimum System Requirements: Windows 98, 2000, ME, XP, Vista & Windows 7 CD-ROM*166 MHz Pentium *4x CD-ROM Drive

ASL American Sign Language Ultimate Dictionary for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Ultimate Dictionary for Windows Only
$44.95

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary includes over 2,700 signs and 7,000 English word equivalents. There are approximately 15,000 files of pictures, text, and video. Spell-check is available in English and parameter-check in ASL. The dictionary shows English words that share a single sign (e.g., large, big) and signs that share a single English equivalent (e.g., run). Signs are shown in pictures and video. Words and their definitions are shown in text, video and audio. This is the only dictionary on the market that has ALL OF THE DEFINITIONS in ASL! Help files include information about the history of ASL and English and how to use the dictionary. This is a reference MUST for every ASL user.

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #1 (Woof Woof Way) for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #1 (Woof Woof Way) for Windows Only
$34.95

This CD, Woof Woof Way, focuses on events that take place on one street in Pawstown, Woof Woof Way. The stories are original and written to promote good English literacy, while simultaneously teaching important aspects of ASL. Each story can be viewed continuously, without the child needing to manipulate the mouse, or the child can control the story himself. Miriam Morrow, a deaf actress, signs each sentence dressed as Paws, the signing dog. Any word that is colored blue can be seen individually signed. Each story has three games, which reinforce skills in categorization, memory, spelling, literacy, visual processing, and creativity. The CD also contains a picture dictionary of the sign/English vocabulary used in the stories. The dictionary pictures can be printed. Children also can visit the video store on Woof Woof Way to see three ASL stories. How the word "look" changes in ASL is addressed in a story about a boy named Arnold who asks a librarian for a book with a space alien and, to the shock of the librarian, actually finds a space alien reading a book. What Pet Should I Get? is a cumulative story that follows the antics of Horatio, Paws’ owner, as he inadvertently releases animals from their cages in a pet store. The story explores how, in ASL, spatial relations affect our understanding of the tale. In Panda, Panda, Where Are You?, the toy store story, Chiu-Chin hunts for her lost panda. The child must follow the instructions and click on the identified toy to move to the next screen. We learn how ASL adjectives follow nouns and facial expression affect descriptions.

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #2 (Biscuit Boulevard) for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #2 (Biscuit Boulevard) for Windows Only
$34.95

This CD, Biscuit Boulevard, focuses on events that take place on one street in Pawstown, Biscuit Boulevard. The stories are original and written to promote good English literacy, while simultaneously teaching important aspects of ASL. Each story can be viewed continuously, without the child needing to manipulate the mouse, or the child can control the story himself. Miriam Morrow, a deaf actress, signs each sentence dressed as Paws, the signing dog. Any word that is colored blue can be seen individually signed. Each story has three games, which reinforce skills in literacy, spelling, visual perception, memory, computer skills, and creativity. The CD also contains a picture dictionary of the sign/English vocabulary used in the stories. Click on the word to have it signed/said. The dictionary pictures can be printed! Children also can visit the Park on Biscuit Boulevard, and help Rama find Paws in a shrubbery maze.Through Whitney’s aspirations to become a great actress, we learn how adjectives are modified in American sign Language to show the intensity of emotions (e.g., happy, very happy). Will Whitney’s acting demonstrations keep her from getting to the theater on time? You can create pictures in the drawing game, or learn how to fingerspell words too! Menu Mix-Up: Many signs look similar to other ones. Watch how the waitress confuses what good Chiu-Chin wants for dinner at the restaurant, because they are so similar when signed. Play a game of Con-SIGN-tration with the words from this story! How many matches can you make? Different Clothes: Jurry and Josh, the Pawstown twins, confuse a department store salesman who thinks that they children are actually one child who keeps changing his mind about what clothes to get. Notice that the signs in the story, like "shoes", are signed with the same handshape on each hand – "twin signs." Design clothes for the children in the Biscuit Boulevard CD, or solve crossword puzzles!

LAN myTTY 3.0 Software Phone System for 4 Seats & 4 Lines Computer Servers Deaf and Hearing Impaired Individuals for Windows Only

LAN myTTY 3.0 Software Phone System for 4 Seats & 4 Lines Computer Servers Deaf and Hearing Impaired Individuals for Windows Only
$1,599.00

LAN-myTTY is a version of myTTY that loads on a server and allows any computer connected through the local area network (LAN) to send and receive TTY calls. The cost depends on the number of stations and telephone lines that are connected. This system can work hard-wired or wireless.

The typical office has a telephone system and a LAN that links various work stations. LAN-myTTY provides a link between the telephone system and the LAN. It allows any workstation to make, receive, and transfer a TTY call on any of your telephone lines.

If you have a digital telephone system, you need to have it set to provide an analog port to each line, something that a telephone technician can do easily on most systems.

Once you purchase a system, IDRT provides a TTY server, which is basically an ordinary desktop computer configured with multiple voice modems and the LAN-myTTY software. You install client myTTY software on each workstation. There is no limit to the number of telephone lines and workstations the system can handle.

The cost of the system is based on the number of "seats" and telephone lines. A "seat" is an active connection to the LAN-myTTY system. You can put the client myTTY software on any number of work stations, but the number of workstations that can use the system at any one time depends on how many "seats" you bought for your system.

MSL Mexican Sign Language Hispanic Heritage Set of Stories Bundle for Windows Only

MSL Mexican Sign Language Hispanic Heritage Set of Stories Bundle for Windows Only
$89.95

5 CD-ROMs Each can be viewed in English or Spanish text and audio with ASL video translations:1. Tomados de la Mano**-CD I:Three folktales from Spanish-speaking countries–"The Laughing Skull," "The Four Brothers’ Adventure," and "How Birds Got Bright Feathers" 2. Tomados de la Mano**-CD II:Three folktales from Spanish-speaking countries–"The Singing Sack," "Juan Bobo and the Three-Legged Pot," and "The Singing Toad" 3. Sueño Sordo Hispano-Americanos:A brief history of Deaf Hispanic Americans, profiles of eight famous Deaf Hispanic Americans, and two personal stories by Mark Morales of growing up Deaf and Hispanic in the U.S. Information can be printed and pictures of the Deaf Hispanic Americans colored and printed. 4. Somos Muy Fiesteros: Descriptions of Mexican traditions and holidays. Colorful pictures and videoclips from National Geographic and Ethnosocope Film and Video expand the experience. 5. Mexican Sign Language/American Sign Language Translator:Translates 575 words automatically between four languages–ASL, LSM, English and Spanish. PLUS A copy of "Believing…Achieving, Creer…Conseguir," a publication of PEPNET. AND 6 Handouts: 1. Resources for Deaf Hispanic Americans 2. References about Deaf Hispanic Americans 3. Hispanic Recipes 4. Information about Sign Languages used by Spanish-Speaking Countries 5. Recommended Activities for Parents and Teachers to Do with Their Children 6. Recommended Books for Children on Hispanic Folklore and Topics.

American Sign Language for Kids (3 CD-ROM)

American Sign Language for Kids (3 CD-ROM)
$79.99

Multimedia 2000, Seattle, has released American Sign Language American Sign Language
n.
The primary sign language used by deaf and hearing-impaired people in the United States and Canada.

——————————————————————————–
American Sign Language (ASL),
n. Dictionary in GOLD and PLATINUM editions.

The American Sign Language Dictionary is one of Multimedia 2000’s best selling products, and these two editions contain an updated version of the dictionary, plus bonus disks. With ASL ASL – Algebraic Specification Language recognized as the third most-used and fastest-growing language in the United States, and with the recent growth fueled by an increasing number of schools and universities giving language credit for ASL, this is sure to continue to be a booming field.

ASL GOLD edition is a 2 CD-ROMCD-ROM: see compact disc.
——————————————————————————–
CD-ROM
in full compact disc read-only memory

Type of computer storage medium that is read optically (e.g., by a laser).
….. Click the link for more information. set that includes The American Sign Language Dictionary, and the bonus disc "101 Basic Signs". The ASL PLATINUM edition is a 4 CD-ROM set that includes the Dictionary, 101 Basic Signs, and 2 additional discs: Mexican Sign Language/American Sign Language Translator and Fingerspelling fingerspelling,
n the manipulation of fingers into different positions, usually based on the manual alphabet, to represent letters of the alphabet. & Numbers.

ASL American Sign Language Con-SIGN-tration Memory Game CD #1,2,3 & 4 Bundle for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Con-SIGN-tration Memory Game CD #1,2,3 & 4 Bundle for Windows Only
$79.95

Set of Four Con-SIGN-tration Cds, for the price of three, includes all of the IDRT Con-SIGN-tration games that challenge reading and memory skills by requiring the player to match ASL pictures to English words that disappear if no match is made. Each CD game covers 10 different categories and related vocabulary. In the 4 CD set, there are 40 different categories and a total of almost 3,000 words. Two levels of challenge make the games appropriate for almost any age player. The games keep score of the number of clicks and matches and randomize every time they are played.

myTTY 3.0 – American Sign Language (ASL)

myTTY 3.0 - American Sign Language (ASL)
$79.95

myTTY 3.0 is software that lets your computer act like a TTY. It allows you to make and receive calls from TTYs and other computers that have TTY software. Features: * Alerts to incoming calls * Audio signals (e.g., ringing, busy) are displayed * Answering machine * Caller ID * Telephone book * Audio messages for voice callers * Audio detection of optimal voice modem * Disconnect detection * Automatic relay dialing * Save conversation * Copy and paste text * Printer support * Automatic line noise suppression * Online help documents * "Ungarble" capabilities * Customize font, color, size of letters, and background * Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP * 32 MB memory * TAPI-compliant voice modem * Pentium processor or equivalent * CD-ROM drive myTTY 3.0 enables you to: * Communicate with TTYs without the expense of buying one. * Communicate with deaf friends, family members, employees, and customers. * Communicate with relay services. Legal Requirements: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires businesses with 15 or more employees to be accessible to persons with disabilities, including those who are deaf. This means that these businesses’ telephones must be accessible to deaf people as well. Businesses now have a cost-effective way of attracting new customers (i.e., those who are deaf), as well as staying in compliance with government regulations. myTTY 3.0 can be loaded on a single computer or laptop. It may be licensed to be loaded on extra computers or workstations

Paw Sign Stories with Books: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only

Paw Sign Stories with Books: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only
$79.95

The five stories in Paws Signs Stories are original. They utilize strategies found successful in teaching early reading skills, such as repeated phrases, patterned language, and predictable structure. Each story also teaches something about ASL. Each story has three games (i.e., 15 in all), each focusing on a different skill, such as visual memory, visual sequencing, literacy, spelling, math, and creativity.

This version of Paws Signs Stories comes with five sturdy books, one for each story. The storybooks won Best in Category for Excellence in Print by the Printing and Graphics Communications Association in 1998. Sign vocabulary from the stories is depicted in the back of each book. We learn how location affects the telling of a story in ASL in I Can Play Outside. In I Like Many Things, a girl talks about all of the things that she likes. Each thing is made with the same hand shape in ASL, the "1" hand shape, so some of the signs are similar and encourage the use of visual discrimination. Time to Wash teaches addition, subtraction, and colors as a little girl hangs clothes on the clothesline. And I Walked Some More follows a little boy as he explores the zoo. His descriptions of the animals shows how facial expression is crucial when using adjectives in ASL.

Instant Immersion American Sign Language Deluxe

Instant Immersion American Sign Language Deluxe
$49.99

Your complete ASL tutor, from the history to hand positions! Product Information From the history of American SignLanguage to hand positions for thousands of ASL words and phrases, Instant Immersion American Sign Language Deluxe is the ultimate way to let your fingers do the talking, literally! As the third most commonly used language in the UnitedStates, American Sign Language is the fastest growing form of communication. Used by both the deaf and hearing community, ASL is a thorough and eloquent system of signing. Instant Immersion American Sign Language is the quick and easy way manybeginners learn how to sign. Based on the same tried and proven techniques that allow people to quickly pick-up a spoken language, the key to success with signing is to immerse yourself. For years, we have known that an immersion environment is theabsolute, fastest way to learn a new language. The Instant Immersion method provides this atmosphere and allows you to put your lessons to use immediately. Each disc in this 8 CD-ROM software suite is packed with authoritative contentdeveloped in tandem with experienced ASL instructors, and features full-motion signing instruction with reinforcing written descriptions, challenging quizzes and games, vocabulary synonym lists, and complete phrases arranged by category for a widearray of real-life situations. Reference Guide (1 CD) Grammar & Fingerspelling (1 CD) ASL Dictionary (2 CDs) ASL Phrase Guide (4 CDs) Learn to sign words and phrases on dozens of conversational subjects, including: Parenting and Family Food and Drink Time, Dates and Seasons Money and NumbersLegal and Medical Terms Dating and Relationsh

ASL American Sign Language Baby's First Book of Signs Volume 1, 2 & 3 Bundle for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Baby's First Book of Signs Volume 1, 2 & 3 Bundle for Windows Only
$49.95

Minimum System Requirements: Windows 2000, XP, Vista or 7 CD-ROM drive 16x 250 MB hard drive space Color SVGA monitor that supports at least True Color (16 bit) Whether your child is deaf or hearing, this adorable 3-CD-ROM electronic book series introduces infants and toddlers to a rich vocabulary of first words in sign language, sound, text, and concept graphics. So simple to use – just click to turn each page. Signs are accessible by conceptual categories (e.g., Food, Toys, Animals). Buy the CDs together or individually. Volume I-Categories: Alphabet, Numbers, Home, Outside, and People. 123 signs! Volume II-Categories: Actions, Descriptions, Feelings, When, and Where. 143 signs! Volume III-Categories: Animals, Clothes, Colors, Food, and Toys. 124 signs!

Paws Signs Stories with Storybooks (American Sign Language-accessible software)

Paws Signs Stories with Storybooks (American Sign Language-accessible software)
$49.95

Paws Signs Stories, Codie award-winning computer software for children, contains 5 original stories and 15 educational games (3 for each story) with each signed in American Sign Language. Stories teach important features of ASL when signed. Paws is recommended for children, ages 3-7, although we have found that older elementary-age deaf children enjoy the program as well. Linda Bove, the deaf actress on Sesame Street, dressed as Paws the dog, signs the stories, directions, and game instructions. Signing and/or audio are options for accessing information. Paws Sign Stories comes in two versions, CD and Books and CD only.

The five stories in Paws Signs Stories are original. They utilize strategies found successful in teaching early reading skills, such as repeated phrases, patterned language, and predictable structure. Each story also teaches something about ASL. Each story has three games (i.e., 15 in all), each focusing on a different skill, such as visual memory, visual sequencing, literacy, spelling, math, and creativity.

This version of Paws Signs Stories comes with five sturdy books, one for each story. The storybooks won Best in Category for Excellence in Print by the Printing and Graphics Communications Association in 1998. Sign vocabulary from the stories is depicted in the back of each book.

MSL Mexican Sign Language "Tamados de la Mano" Hand in Hand CD – I, II & III Bundle – Hispanic Stories for Windows Only

MSL Mexican Sign Language "Tamados de la Mano" Hand in Hand CD - I, II & III Bundle - Hispanic Stories for Windows Only
$49.95

All 3 Tomados de la Mano CDs for the price of two! Now you can enjoy the entire collection of 10 translated Spanish folktales for this amazingly low price. The stories are "The Laughing Skull," "The Four Brothers’ Adventure," "How Birds Got Bright Feathers," "The Singing Sack," "Juan Bobo and the Three-Legged Pot," "The Singing Toad," "The Bilingual Cat," "Turtle and Coyote," "The Parrot That Could Speak Two Languages," and The Ram in the Chili Patch". Each story can be viewed in English or Spanish text and audio with ASL video translations.

Vision Screen 9000 (vision assessment software, *American Sign Language-accessible)

Vision Screen 9000 (vision assessment software, *American Sign Language-accessible)
$49.95

Vision Screen 9000 is a computerized vision screening system. It provides a simple, straightforward method of detecting possible vision problems in six critical areas: Far Acuity, Near Acuity, Depth Perception, Color Vision, Macular Health, and Eye Movement. The program provides video demonstrations of vision screening procedures to help users understand proper techniques. There are also ASL videos to provide access for users who are deaf. The program will maintain vision screening data files on an unlimited number of subjects and retrieve them as needed, making it an ideal tool for families, schools, businesses, and other entities that feel visual skills are important.
The Vision Screen 9000 package consists of a CD, red/green glasses, and a penlight. The user loads the program into any personal computer running Windows 98SE or later, and follows the program’s instructions. An assistant is needed to help administer some of the tests, but no special skills are required. It takes about 15 minutes to complete all the testing procedures.

The results of a person’s vision screening are displayed by the program on a printable report form. Any number of report forms can be stored in the program’s database, a handy feature for those who wish to track their vision over time, or for schools and other organizations that wish to test many people and keep the results on file.

Vision Screen 9000 is NOT a substitute for regular visits to an optometrist or ophthalmologist. It is intended to be a supplement to professional eye care, a way for lay people to quickly and comprehensively screen their vision for possible problems.
Minimum System Requirements:

* 166 MHz Pentium
* Windows 98 SE
*32 MB memory
*16x CD-ROM drive
*Color SVGA monitor that supports HIgh Color (24 bit)

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary
$44.95

Signs are shown in pictures and video. Words and their definitions are shown in text, video and audio. This is the only dictionary on the market that has ALL OF THE DEFINITIONS in ASL!

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary includes over 2,700 signs and 7,000 English word equivalents. There are approximately 15,000 files of pictures, text, and video. Spell-check is available in English and parameter-check in ASL. The dictionary shows English words that share a single sign (e.g., large, big) and signs that share a single English equivalent (e.g., run).

Help files include information about the history of ASL and English and how to use the dictionary. This is a reference MUST for every ASL user.

Paw Sign Stories: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only

Paw Sign Stories: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only
$44.95

n I Like Many Things, a girl talks about all of the things that she likes. Each thing is made with the same handshape in ASL, the "1" handshape, so some of the signs are similar and encourage the use of visual discrimination.

ASL American Sign Language Crash Course for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Crash Course for Windows Only
$44.95

The Crash Course in American Sign Language is the most efficient and convenient way yet to learn the basics of American Sign Language (ASL) in the comfort of your home or office. This program guides you step-by-step through 8 classes, divided into 30 easy-to-follow lessons. Video clips of words and sentences, and activities are used to easily introduce and reinforce key vocabulary and grammatical rules. Class topics include: People, Descriptions, Living and Non-living Things, Daily Life, Location, Schedule, Numbers, and Fingerspelling. In just 30 easy lessons, you can develop basic conversational ability in American Sign Language (ASL), the native language of American Deaf people. This eight-class includes over 360 signs and signed sentences, along with 75 skill-building quizzes and concept-reinforcing exams! Designed for beginning signers, age 8 and up! Topics for the 8 classes include: * People, Descriptions, Living and Non-living Things, Daily Life, Location, Schedule Numbers and Fingerspelling. CRASH COURSE will help you: Get comfortable using your hands to communicate, Recognize standard hand shapes in ASL, See how facial expression and fingerspelling are part od ASL, Use the index to find individual words and Learn about Deaf Culture and Deaf resources.

Paws Signs Stories (American Sign Language – Accessible Product)

Paws Signs Stories (American Sign Language - Accessible Product)
$44.95

Paws Signs Stories, award-winning computer software for children, contains 5 original stories and 15 educational games (3 for each story) with each signed in American Sign Language. Stories teach important features of ASL when signed. Paws is recommended for children, ages 2-7, although we have found that older elementary-age deaf children enjoy the program as well. Linda Bove, the deaf actress on Sesame Street, dressed as Paws the dog, signs the stories, directions, and game instructions. Signing and/or audio are options for accessing information. The five stories in Paws Signs Stories are original. They utilize strategies found successful in teaching early reading skills, such as repeated phrases, patterned language and predictable structure. Each story also teaches something about ASL. Each story has three games (i.e., 15 in all), each focusing on a different skill, such as visual memory, visual sequencing, literacy, spelling, math, and creativity. The ASL classifier for "car" is used in the story I Love My Car. The story also focuses on opposites, like "in" and "out," "over" and "under," "wet" and "dry."We learn how location affects the telling of a story in ASL in I Can Play Outside. In I Like Many Things, a girl talks about all of the things that she likes. Each thing is signed using the same handshape in ASL, the "1" handshape, so some of the signs are similar and encourage the use of visual discrimination skills. Time to Wash teaches addition, subtraction, and colors as a little girl hangs clothes on the clothesline. And I Walked Some More follows a little boy as he explores the zoo. His descriptions of the animals shows how facial expression is crucial when using adjectives in ASL. Minimum System Requirements: Windows 98, 2000, ME, XP, Vista & Windows 7 CD-ROM*166 MHz Pentium *4x CD-ROM Drive

ASL American Sign Language Ultimate Dictionary for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Ultimate Dictionary for Windows Only
$44.95

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary includes over 2,700 signs and 7,000 English word equivalents. There are approximately 15,000 files of pictures, text, and video. Spell-check is available in English and parameter-check in ASL. The dictionary shows English words that share a single sign (e.g., large, big) and signs that share a single English equivalent (e.g., run). Signs are shown in pictures and video. Words and their definitions are shown in text, video and audio. This is the only dictionary on the market that has ALL OF THE DEFINITIONS in ASL! Help files include information about the history of ASL and English and how to use the dictionary. This is a reference MUST for every ASL user.

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #1 (Woof Woof Way) for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #1 (Woof Woof Way) for Windows Only
$34.95

This CD, Woof Woof Way, focuses on events that take place on one street in Pawstown, Woof Woof Way. The stories are original and written to promote good English literacy, while simultaneously teaching important aspects of ASL. Each story can be viewed continuously, without the child needing to manipulate the mouse, or the child can control the story himself. Miriam Morrow, a deaf actress, signs each sentence dressed as Paws, the signing dog. Any word that is colored blue can be seen individually signed. Each story has three games, which reinforce skills in categorization, memory, spelling, literacy, visual processing, and creativity. The CD also contains a picture dictionary of the sign/English vocabulary used in the stories. The dictionary pictures can be printed. Children also can visit the video store on Woof Woof Way to see three ASL stories. How the word "look" changes in ASL is addressed in a story about a boy named Arnold who asks a librarian for a book with a space alien and, to the shock of the librarian, actually finds a space alien reading a book. What Pet Should I Get? is a cumulative story that follows the antics of Horatio, Paws’ owner, as he inadvertently releases animals from their cages in a pet store. The story explores how, in ASL, spatial relations affect our understanding of the tale. In Panda, Panda, Where Are You?, the toy store story, Chiu-Chin hunts for her lost panda. The child must follow the instructions and click on the identified toy to move to the next screen. We learn how ASL adjectives follow nouns and facial expression affect descriptions.

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #2 (Biscuit Boulevard) for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #2 (Biscuit Boulevard) for Windows Only
$34.95

This CD, Biscuit Boulevard, focuses on events that take place on one street in Pawstown, Biscuit Boulevard. The stories are original and written to promote good English literacy, while simultaneously teaching important aspects of ASL. Each story can be viewed continuously, without the child needing to manipulate the mouse, or the child can control the story himself. Miriam Morrow, a deaf actress, signs each sentence dressed as Paws, the signing dog. Any word that is colored blue can be seen individually signed. Each story has three games, which reinforce skills in literacy, spelling, visual perception, memory, computer skills, and creativity. The CD also contains a picture dictionary of the sign/English vocabulary used in the stories. Click on the word to have it signed/said. The dictionary pictures can be printed! Children also can visit the Park on Biscuit Boulevard, and help Rama find Paws in a shrubbery maze.Through Whitney’s aspirations to become a great actress, we learn how adjectives are modified in American sign Language to show the intensity of emotions (e.g., happy, very happy). Will Whitney’s acting demonstrations keep her from getting to the theater on time? You can create pictures in the drawing game, or learn how to fingerspell words too! Menu Mix-Up: Many signs look similar to other ones. Watch how the waitress confuses what good Chiu-Chin wants for dinner at the restaurant, because they are so similar when signed. Play a game of Con-SIGN-tration with the words from this story! How many matches can you make? Different Clothes: Jurry and Josh, the Pawstown twins, confuse a department store salesman who thinks that they children are actually one child who keeps changing his mind about what clothes to get. Notice that the signs in the story, like "shoes", are signed with the same handshape on each hand – "twin signs." Design clothes for the children in the Biscuit Boulevard CD, or solve crossword puzzles!

LAN myTTY 3.0 Software Phone System for 4 Seats & 4 Lines Computer Servers Deaf and Hearing Impaired Individuals for Windows Only

LAN myTTY 3.0 Software Phone System for 4 Seats & 4 Lines Computer Servers Deaf and Hearing Impaired Individuals for Windows Only
$1,599.00

LAN-myTTY is a version of myTTY that loads on a server and allows any computer connected through the local area network (LAN) to send and receive TTY calls. The cost depends on the number of stations and telephone lines that are connected. This system can work hard-wired or wireless.

The typical office has a telephone system and a LAN that links various work stations. LAN-myTTY provides a link between the telephone system and the LAN. It allows any workstation to make, receive, and transfer a TTY call on any of your telephone lines.

If you have a digital telephone system, you need to have it set to provide an analog port to each line, something that a telephone technician can do easily on most systems.

Once you purchase a system, IDRT provides a TTY server, which is basically an ordinary desktop computer configured with multiple voice modems and the LAN-myTTY software. You install client myTTY software on each workstation. There is no limit to the number of telephone lines and workstations the system can handle.

The cost of the system is based on the number of "seats" and telephone lines. A "seat" is an active connection to the LAN-myTTY system. You can put the client myTTY software on any number of work stations, but the number of workstations that can use the system at any one time depends on how many "seats" you bought for your system.

MSL Mexican Sign Language Hispanic Heritage Set of Stories Bundle for Windows Only

MSL Mexican Sign Language Hispanic Heritage Set of Stories Bundle for Windows Only
$89.95

5 CD-ROMs Each can be viewed in English or Spanish text and audio with ASL video translations:1. Tomados de la Mano**-CD I:Three folktales from Spanish-speaking countries–"The Laughing Skull," "The Four Brothers’ Adventure," and "How Birds Got Bright Feathers" 2. Tomados de la Mano**-CD II:Three folktales from Spanish-speaking countries–"The Singing Sack," "Juan Bobo and the Three-Legged Pot," and "The Singing Toad" 3. Sueño Sordo Hispano-Americanos:A brief history of Deaf Hispanic Americans, profiles of eight famous Deaf Hispanic Americans, and two personal stories by Mark Morales of growing up Deaf and Hispanic in the U.S. Information can be printed and pictures of the Deaf Hispanic Americans colored and printed. 4. Somos Muy Fiesteros: Descriptions of Mexican traditions and holidays. Colorful pictures and videoclips from National Geographic and Ethnosocope Film and Video expand the experience. 5. Mexican Sign Language/American Sign Language Translator:Translates 575 words automatically between four languages–ASL, LSM, English and Spanish. PLUS A copy of "Believing…Achieving, Creer…Conseguir," a publication of PEPNET. AND 6 Handouts: 1. Resources for Deaf Hispanic Americans 2. References about Deaf Hispanic Americans 3. Hispanic Recipes 4. Information about Sign Languages used by Spanish-Speaking Countries 5. Recommended Activities for Parents and Teachers to Do with Their Children 6. Recommended Books for Children on Hispanic Folklore and Topics.

American Sign Language for Kids (3 CD-ROM)

American Sign Language for Kids (3 CD-ROM)
$79.99

Multimedia 2000, Seattle, has released American Sign Language American Sign Language
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The primary sign language used by deaf and hearing-impaired people in the United States and Canada.

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n. Dictionary in GOLD and PLATINUM editions.

The American Sign Language Dictionary is one of Multimedia 2000’s best selling products, and these two editions contain an updated version of the dictionary, plus bonus disks. With ASL ASL – Algebraic Specification Language recognized as the third most-used and fastest-growing language in the United States, and with the recent growth fueled by an increasing number of schools and universities giving language credit for ASL, this is sure to continue to be a booming field.

ASL GOLD edition is a 2 CD-ROMCD-ROM: see compact disc.
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Type of computer storage medium that is read optically (e.g., by a laser).
….. Click the link for more information. set that includes The American Sign Language Dictionary, and the bonus disc "101 Basic Signs". The ASL PLATINUM edition is a 4 CD-ROM set that includes the Dictionary, 101 Basic Signs, and 2 additional discs: Mexican Sign Language/American Sign Language Translator and Fingerspelling fingerspelling,
n the manipulation of fingers into different positions, usually based on the manual alphabet, to represent letters of the alphabet. & Numbers.

ASL American Sign Language Con-SIGN-tration Memory Game CD #1,2,3 & 4 Bundle for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Con-SIGN-tration Memory Game CD #1,2,3 & 4 Bundle for Windows Only
$79.95

Set of Four Con-SIGN-tration Cds, for the price of three, includes all of the IDRT Con-SIGN-tration games that challenge reading and memory skills by requiring the player to match ASL pictures to English words that disappear if no match is made. Each CD game covers 10 different categories and related vocabulary. In the 4 CD set, there are 40 different categories and a total of almost 3,000 words. Two levels of challenge make the games appropriate for almost any age player. The games keep score of the number of clicks and matches and randomize every time they are played.

myTTY 3.0 – American Sign Language (ASL)

myTTY 3.0 - American Sign Language (ASL)
$79.95

myTTY 3.0 is software that lets your computer act like a TTY. It allows you to make and receive calls from TTYs and other computers that have TTY software. Features: * Alerts to incoming calls * Audio signals (e.g., ringing, busy) are displayed * Answering machine * Caller ID * Telephone book * Audio messages for voice callers * Audio detection of optimal voice modem * Disconnect detection * Automatic relay dialing * Save conversation * Copy and paste text * Printer support * Automatic line noise suppression * Online help documents * "Ungarble" capabilities * Customize font, color, size of letters, and background * Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP * 32 MB memory * TAPI-compliant voice modem * Pentium processor or equivalent * CD-ROM drive myTTY 3.0 enables you to: * Communicate with TTYs without the expense of buying one. * Communicate with deaf friends, family members, employees, and customers. * Communicate with relay services. Legal Requirements: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires businesses with 15 or more employees to be accessible to persons with disabilities, including those who are deaf. This means that these businesses’ telephones must be accessible to deaf people as well. Businesses now have a cost-effective way of attracting new customers (i.e., those who are deaf), as well as staying in compliance with government regulations. myTTY 3.0 can be loaded on a single computer or laptop. It may be licensed to be loaded on extra computers or workstations

Paw Sign Stories with Books: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only

Paw Sign Stories with Books: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only
$79.95

The five stories in Paws Signs Stories are original. They utilize strategies found successful in teaching early reading skills, such as repeated phrases, patterned language, and predictable structure. Each story also teaches something about ASL. Each story has three games (i.e., 15 in all), each focusing on a different skill, such as visual memory, visual sequencing, literacy, spelling, math, and creativity.

This version of Paws Signs Stories comes with five sturdy books, one for each story. The storybooks won Best in Category for Excellence in Print by the Printing and Graphics Communications Association in 1998. Sign vocabulary from the stories is depicted in the back of each book. We learn how location affects the telling of a story in ASL in I Can Play Outside. In I Like Many Things, a girl talks about all of the things that she likes. Each thing is made with the same hand shape in ASL, the "1" hand shape, so some of the signs are similar and encourage the use of visual discrimination. Time to Wash teaches addition, subtraction, and colors as a little girl hangs clothes on the clothesline. And I Walked Some More follows a little boy as he explores the zoo. His descriptions of the animals shows how facial expression is crucial when using adjectives in ASL.

Instant Immersion American Sign Language Deluxe

Instant Immersion American Sign Language Deluxe
$49.99

Your complete ASL tutor, from the history to hand positions! Product Information From the history of American SignLanguage to hand positions for thousands of ASL words and phrases, Instant Immersion American Sign Language Deluxe is the ultimate way to let your fingers do the talking, literally! As the third most commonly used language in the UnitedStates, American Sign Language is the fastest growing form of communication. Used by both the deaf and hearing community, ASL is a thorough and eloquent system of signing. Instant Immersion American Sign Language is the quick and easy way manybeginners learn how to sign. Based on the same tried and proven techniques that allow people to quickly pick-up a spoken language, the key to success with signing is to immerse yourself. For years, we have known that an immersion environment is theabsolute, fastest way to learn a new language. The Instant Immersion method provides this atmosphere and allows you to put your lessons to use immediately. Each disc in this 8 CD-ROM software suite is packed with authoritative contentdeveloped in tandem with experienced ASL instructors, and features full-motion signing instruction with reinforcing written descriptions, challenging quizzes and games, vocabulary synonym lists, and complete phrases arranged by category for a widearray of real-life situations. Reference Guide (1 CD) Grammar & Fingerspelling (1 CD) ASL Dictionary (2 CDs) ASL Phrase Guide (4 CDs) Learn to sign words and phrases on dozens of conversational subjects, including: Parenting and Family Food and Drink Time, Dates and Seasons Money and NumbersLegal and Medical Terms Dating and Relationsh

ASL American Sign Language Baby's First Book of Signs Volume 1, 2 & 3 Bundle for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Baby's First Book of Signs Volume 1, 2 & 3 Bundle for Windows Only
$49.95

Minimum System Requirements: Windows 2000, XP, Vista or 7 CD-ROM drive 16x 250 MB hard drive space Color SVGA monitor that supports at least True Color (16 bit) Whether your child is deaf or hearing, this adorable 3-CD-ROM electronic book series introduces infants and toddlers to a rich vocabulary of first words in sign language, sound, text, and concept graphics. So simple to use – just click to turn each page. Signs are accessible by conceptual categories (e.g., Food, Toys, Animals). Buy the CDs together or individually. Volume I-Categories: Alphabet, Numbers, Home, Outside, and People. 123 signs! Volume II-Categories: Actions, Descriptions, Feelings, When, and Where. 143 signs! Volume III-Categories: Animals, Clothes, Colors, Food, and Toys. 124 signs!

Paws Signs Stories with Storybooks (American Sign Language-accessible software)

Paws Signs Stories with Storybooks (American Sign Language-accessible software)
$49.95

Paws Signs Stories, Codie award-winning computer software for children, contains 5 original stories and 15 educational games (3 for each story) with each signed in American Sign Language. Stories teach important features of ASL when signed. Paws is recommended for children, ages 3-7, although we have found that older elementary-age deaf children enjoy the program as well. Linda Bove, the deaf actress on Sesame Street, dressed as Paws the dog, signs the stories, directions, and game instructions. Signing and/or audio are options for accessing information. Paws Sign Stories comes in two versions, CD and Books and CD only.

The five stories in Paws Signs Stories are original. They utilize strategies found successful in teaching early reading skills, such as repeated phrases, patterned language, and predictable structure. Each story also teaches something about ASL. Each story has three games (i.e., 15 in all), each focusing on a different skill, such as visual memory, visual sequencing, literacy, spelling, math, and creativity.

This version of Paws Signs Stories comes with five sturdy books, one for each story. The storybooks won Best in Category for Excellence in Print by the Printing and Graphics Communications Association in 1998. Sign vocabulary from the stories is depicted in the back of each book.

MSL Mexican Sign Language "Tamados de la Mano" Hand in Hand CD – I, II & III Bundle – Hispanic Stories for Windows Only

MSL Mexican Sign Language "Tamados de la Mano" Hand in Hand CD - I, II & III Bundle - Hispanic Stories for Windows Only
$49.95

All 3 Tomados de la Mano CDs for the price of two! Now you can enjoy the entire collection of 10 translated Spanish folktales for this amazingly low price. The stories are "The Laughing Skull," "The Four Brothers’ Adventure," "How Birds Got Bright Feathers," "The Singing Sack," "Juan Bobo and the Three-Legged Pot," "The Singing Toad," "The Bilingual Cat," "Turtle and Coyote," "The Parrot That Could Speak Two Languages," and The Ram in the Chili Patch". Each story can be viewed in English or Spanish text and audio with ASL video translations.

Vision Screen 9000 (vision assessment software, *American Sign Language-accessible)

Vision Screen 9000 (vision assessment software, *American Sign Language-accessible)
$49.95

Vision Screen 9000 is a computerized vision screening system. It provides a simple, straightforward method of detecting possible vision problems in six critical areas: Far Acuity, Near Acuity, Depth Perception, Color Vision, Macular Health, and Eye Movement. The program provides video demonstrations of vision screening procedures to help users understand proper techniques. There are also ASL videos to provide access for users who are deaf. The program will maintain vision screening data files on an unlimited number of subjects and retrieve them as needed, making it an ideal tool for families, schools, businesses, and other entities that feel visual skills are important.
The Vision Screen 9000 package consists of a CD, red/green glasses, and a penlight. The user loads the program into any personal computer running Windows 98SE or later, and follows the program’s instructions. An assistant is needed to help administer some of the tests, but no special skills are required. It takes about 15 minutes to complete all the testing procedures.

The results of a person’s vision screening are displayed by the program on a printable report form. Any number of report forms can be stored in the program’s database, a handy feature for those who wish to track their vision over time, or for schools and other organizations that wish to test many people and keep the results on file.

Vision Screen 9000 is NOT a substitute for regular visits to an optometrist or ophthalmologist. It is intended to be a supplement to professional eye care, a way for lay people to quickly and comprehensively screen their vision for possible problems.
Minimum System Requirements:

* 166 MHz Pentium
* Windows 98 SE
*32 MB memory
*16x CD-ROM drive
*Color SVGA monitor that supports HIgh Color (24 bit)

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary
$44.95

Signs are shown in pictures and video. Words and their definitions are shown in text, video and audio. This is the only dictionary on the market that has ALL OF THE DEFINITIONS in ASL!

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary includes over 2,700 signs and 7,000 English word equivalents. There are approximately 15,000 files of pictures, text, and video. Spell-check is available in English and parameter-check in ASL. The dictionary shows English words that share a single sign (e.g., large, big) and signs that share a single English equivalent (e.g., run).

Help files include information about the history of ASL and English and how to use the dictionary. This is a reference MUST for every ASL user.

Paw Sign Stories: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only

Paw Sign Stories: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only
$44.95

n I Like Many Things, a girl talks about all of the things that she likes. Each thing is made with the same handshape in ASL, the "1" handshape, so some of the signs are similar and encourage the use of visual discrimination.

ASL American Sign Language Crash Course for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Crash Course for Windows Only
$44.95

The Crash Course in American Sign Language is the most efficient and convenient way yet to learn the basics of American Sign Language (ASL) in the comfort of your home or office. This program guides you step-by-step through 8 classes, divided into 30 easy-to-follow lessons. Video clips of words and sentences, and activities are used to easily introduce and reinforce key vocabulary and grammatical rules. Class topics include: People, Descriptions, Living and Non-living Things, Daily Life, Location, Schedule, Numbers, and Fingerspelling. In just 30 easy lessons, you can develop basic conversational ability in American Sign Language (ASL), the native language of American Deaf people. This eight-class includes over 360 signs and signed sentences, along with 75 skill-building quizzes and concept-reinforcing exams! Designed for beginning signers, age 8 and up! Topics for the 8 classes include: * People, Descriptions, Living and Non-living Things, Daily Life, Location, Schedule Numbers and Fingerspelling. CRASH COURSE will help you: Get comfortable using your hands to communicate, Recognize standard hand shapes in ASL, See how facial expression and fingerspelling are part od ASL, Use the index to find individual words and Learn about Deaf Culture and Deaf resources.

Paws Signs Stories (American Sign Language – Accessible Product)

Paws Signs Stories (American Sign Language - Accessible Product)
$44.95

Paws Signs Stories, award-winning computer software for children, contains 5 original stories and 15 educational games (3 for each story) with each signed in American Sign Language. Stories teach important features of ASL when signed. Paws is recommended for children, ages 2-7, although we have found that older elementary-age deaf children enjoy the program as well. Linda Bove, the deaf actress on Sesame Street, dressed as Paws the dog, signs the stories, directions, and game instructions. Signing and/or audio are options for accessing information. The five stories in Paws Signs Stories are original. They utilize strategies found successful in teaching early reading skills, such as repeated phrases, patterned language and predictable structure. Each story also teaches something about ASL. Each story has three games (i.e., 15 in all), each focusing on a different skill, such as visual memory, visual sequencing, literacy, spelling, math, and creativity. The ASL classifier for "car" is used in the story I Love My Car. The story also focuses on opposites, like "in" and "out," "over" and "under," "wet" and "dry."We learn how location affects the telling of a story in ASL in I Can Play Outside. In I Like Many Things, a girl talks about all of the things that she likes. Each thing is signed using the same handshape in ASL, the "1" handshape, so some of the signs are similar and encourage the use of visual discrimination skills. Time to Wash teaches addition, subtraction, and colors as a little girl hangs clothes on the clothesline. And I Walked Some More follows a little boy as he explores the zoo. His descriptions of the animals shows how facial expression is crucial when using adjectives in ASL. Minimum System Requirements: Windows 98, 2000, ME, XP, Vista & Windows 7 CD-ROM*166 MHz Pentium *4x CD-ROM Drive

ASL American Sign Language Ultimate Dictionary for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Ultimate Dictionary for Windows Only
$44.95

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary includes over 2,700 signs and 7,000 English word equivalents. There are approximately 15,000 files of pictures, text, and video. Spell-check is available in English and parameter-check in ASL. The dictionary shows English words that share a single sign (e.g., large, big) and signs that share a single English equivalent (e.g., run). Signs are shown in pictures and video. Words and their definitions are shown in text, video and audio. This is the only dictionary on the market that has ALL OF THE DEFINITIONS in ASL! Help files include information about the history of ASL and English and how to use the dictionary. This is a reference MUST for every ASL user.

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #1 (Woof Woof Way) for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #1 (Woof Woof Way) for Windows Only
$34.95

This CD, Woof Woof Way, focuses on events that take place on one street in Pawstown, Woof Woof Way. The stories are original and written to promote good English literacy, while simultaneously teaching important aspects of ASL. Each story can be viewed continuously, without the child needing to manipulate the mouse, or the child can control the story himself. Miriam Morrow, a deaf actress, signs each sentence dressed as Paws, the signing dog. Any word that is colored blue can be seen individually signed. Each story has three games, which reinforce skills in categorization, memory, spelling, literacy, visual processing, and creativity. The CD also contains a picture dictionary of the sign/English vocabulary used in the stories. The dictionary pictures can be printed. Children also can visit the video store on Woof Woof Way to see three ASL stories. How the word "look" changes in ASL is addressed in a story about a boy named Arnold who asks a librarian for a book with a space alien and, to the shock of the librarian, actually finds a space alien reading a book. What Pet Should I Get? is a cumulative story that follows the antics of Horatio, Paws’ owner, as he inadvertently releases animals from their cages in a pet store. The story explores how, in ASL, spatial relations affect our understanding of the tale. In Panda, Panda, Where Are You?, the toy store story, Chiu-Chin hunts for her lost panda. The child must follow the instructions and click on the identified toy to move to the next screen. We learn how ASL adjectives follow nouns and facial expression affect descriptions.

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #2 (Biscuit Boulevard) for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #2 (Biscuit Boulevard) for Windows Only
$34.95

This CD, Biscuit Boulevard, focuses on events that take place on one street in Pawstown, Biscuit Boulevard. The stories are original and written to promote good English literacy, while simultaneously teaching important aspects of ASL. Each story can be viewed continuously, without the child needing to manipulate the mouse, or the child can control the story himself. Miriam Morrow, a deaf actress, signs each sentence dressed as Paws, the signing dog. Any word that is colored blue can be seen individually signed. Each story has three games, which reinforce skills in literacy, spelling, visual perception, memory, computer skills, and creativity. The CD also contains a picture dictionary of the sign/English vocabulary used in the stories. Click on the word to have it signed/said. The dictionary pictures can be printed! Children also can visit the Park on Biscuit Boulevard, and help Rama find Paws in a shrubbery maze.Through Whitney’s aspirations to become a great actress, we learn how adjectives are modified in American sign Language to show the intensity of emotions (e.g., happy, very happy). Will Whitney’s acting demonstrations keep her from getting to the theater on time? You can create pictures in the drawing game, or learn how to fingerspell words too! Menu Mix-Up: Many signs look similar to other ones. Watch how the waitress confuses what good Chiu-Chin wants for dinner at the restaurant, because they are so similar when signed. Play a game of Con-SIGN-tration with the words from this story! How many matches can you make? Different Clothes: Jurry and Josh, the Pawstown twins, confuse a department store salesman who thinks that they children are actually one child who keeps changing his mind about what clothes to get. Notice that the signs in the story, like "shoes", are signed with the same handshape on each hand – "twin signs." Design clothes for the children in the Biscuit Boulevard CD, or solve crossword puzzles!

LAN myTTY 3.0 Software Phone System for 4 Seats & 4 Lines Computer Servers Deaf and Hearing Impaired Individuals for Windows Only

LAN myTTY 3.0 Software Phone System for 4 Seats & 4 Lines Computer Servers Deaf and Hearing Impaired Individuals for Windows Only
$1,599.00

LAN-myTTY is a version of myTTY that loads on a server and allows any computer connected through the local area network (LAN) to send and receive TTY calls. The cost depends on the number of stations and telephone lines that are connected. This system can work hard-wired or wireless.

The typical office has a telephone system and a LAN that links various work stations. LAN-myTTY provides a link between the telephone system and the LAN. It allows any workstation to make, receive, and transfer a TTY call on any of your telephone lines.

If you have a digital telephone system, you need to have it set to provide an analog port to each line, something that a telephone technician can do easily on most systems.

Once you purchase a system, IDRT provides a TTY server, which is basically an ordinary desktop computer configured with multiple voice modems and the LAN-myTTY software. You install client myTTY software on each workstation. There is no limit to the number of telephone lines and workstations the system can handle.

The cost of the system is based on the number of "seats" and telephone lines. A "seat" is an active connection to the LAN-myTTY system. You can put the client myTTY software on any number of work stations, but the number of workstations that can use the system at any one time depends on how many "seats" you bought for your system.

MSL Mexican Sign Language Hispanic Heritage Set of Stories Bundle for Windows Only

MSL Mexican Sign Language Hispanic Heritage Set of Stories Bundle for Windows Only
$89.95

5 CD-ROMs Each can be viewed in English or Spanish text and audio with ASL video translations:1. Tomados de la Mano**-CD I:Three folktales from Spanish-speaking countries–"The Laughing Skull," "The Four Brothers’ Adventure," and "How Birds Got Bright Feathers" 2. Tomados de la Mano**-CD II:Three folktales from Spanish-speaking countries–"The Singing Sack," "Juan Bobo and the Three-Legged Pot," and "The Singing Toad" 3. Sueño Sordo Hispano-Americanos:A brief history of Deaf Hispanic Americans, profiles of eight famous Deaf Hispanic Americans, and two personal stories by Mark Morales of growing up Deaf and Hispanic in the U.S. Information can be printed and pictures of the Deaf Hispanic Americans colored and printed. 4. Somos Muy Fiesteros: Descriptions of Mexican traditions and holidays. Colorful pictures and videoclips from National Geographic and Ethnosocope Film and Video expand the experience. 5. Mexican Sign Language/American Sign Language Translator:Translates 575 words automatically between four languages–ASL, LSM, English and Spanish. PLUS A copy of "Believing…Achieving, Creer…Conseguir," a publication of PEPNET. AND 6 Handouts: 1. Resources for Deaf Hispanic Americans 2. References about Deaf Hispanic Americans 3. Hispanic Recipes 4. Information about Sign Languages used by Spanish-Speaking Countries 5. Recommended Activities for Parents and Teachers to Do with Their Children 6. Recommended Books for Children on Hispanic Folklore and Topics.

American Sign Language for Kids (3 CD-ROM)

American Sign Language for Kids (3 CD-ROM)
$79.99

Multimedia 2000, Seattle, has released American Sign Language American Sign Language
n.
The primary sign language used by deaf and hearing-impaired people in the United States and Canada.

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American Sign Language (ASL),
n. Dictionary in GOLD and PLATINUM editions.

The American Sign Language Dictionary is one of Multimedia 2000’s best selling products, and these two editions contain an updated version of the dictionary, plus bonus disks. With ASL ASL – Algebraic Specification Language recognized as the third most-used and fastest-growing language in the United States, and with the recent growth fueled by an increasing number of schools and universities giving language credit for ASL, this is sure to continue to be a booming field.

ASL GOLD edition is a 2 CD-ROMCD-ROM: see compact disc.
——————————————————————————–
CD-ROM
in full compact disc read-only memory

Type of computer storage medium that is read optically (e.g., by a laser).
….. Click the link for more information. set that includes The American Sign Language Dictionary, and the bonus disc "101 Basic Signs". The ASL PLATINUM edition is a 4 CD-ROM set that includes the Dictionary, 101 Basic Signs, and 2 additional discs: Mexican Sign Language/American Sign Language Translator and Fingerspelling fingerspelling,
n the manipulation of fingers into different positions, usually based on the manual alphabet, to represent letters of the alphabet. & Numbers.

ASL American Sign Language Con-SIGN-tration Memory Game CD #1,2,3 & 4 Bundle for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Con-SIGN-tration Memory Game CD #1,2,3 & 4 Bundle for Windows Only
$79.95

Set of Four Con-SIGN-tration Cds, for the price of three, includes all of the IDRT Con-SIGN-tration games that challenge reading and memory skills by requiring the player to match ASL pictures to English words that disappear if no match is made. Each CD game covers 10 different categories and related vocabulary. In the 4 CD set, there are 40 different categories and a total of almost 3,000 words. Two levels of challenge make the games appropriate for almost any age player. The games keep score of the number of clicks and matches and randomize every time they are played.

myTTY 3.0 – American Sign Language (ASL)

myTTY 3.0 - American Sign Language (ASL)
$79.95

myTTY 3.0 is software that lets your computer act like a TTY. It allows you to make and receive calls from TTYs and other computers that have TTY software. Features: * Alerts to incoming calls * Audio signals (e.g., ringing, busy) are displayed * Answering machine * Caller ID * Telephone book * Audio messages for voice callers * Audio detection of optimal voice modem * Disconnect detection * Automatic relay dialing * Save conversation * Copy and paste text * Printer support * Automatic line noise suppression * Online help documents * "Ungarble" capabilities * Customize font, color, size of letters, and background * Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP * 32 MB memory * TAPI-compliant voice modem * Pentium processor or equivalent * CD-ROM drive myTTY 3.0 enables you to: * Communicate with TTYs without the expense of buying one. * Communicate with deaf friends, family members, employees, and customers. * Communicate with relay services. Legal Requirements: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires businesses with 15 or more employees to be accessible to persons with disabilities, including those who are deaf. This means that these businesses’ telephones must be accessible to deaf people as well. Businesses now have a cost-effective way of attracting new customers (i.e., those who are deaf), as well as staying in compliance with government regulations. myTTY 3.0 can be loaded on a single computer or laptop. It may be licensed to be loaded on extra computers or workstations

Paw Sign Stories with Books: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only

Paw Sign Stories with Books: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only
$79.95

The five stories in Paws Signs Stories are original. They utilize strategies found successful in teaching early reading skills, such as repeated phrases, patterned language, and predictable structure. Each story also teaches something about ASL. Each story has three games (i.e., 15 in all), each focusing on a different skill, such as visual memory, visual sequencing, literacy, spelling, math, and creativity.

This version of Paws Signs Stories comes with five sturdy books, one for each story. The storybooks won Best in Category for Excellence in Print by the Printing and Graphics Communications Association in 1998. Sign vocabulary from the stories is depicted in the back of each book. We learn how location affects the telling of a story in ASL in I Can Play Outside. In I Like Many Things, a girl talks about all of the things that she likes. Each thing is made with the same hand shape in ASL, the "1" hand shape, so some of the signs are similar and encourage the use of visual discrimination. Time to Wash teaches addition, subtraction, and colors as a little girl hangs clothes on the clothesline. And I Walked Some More follows a little boy as he explores the zoo. His descriptions of the animals shows how facial expression is crucial when using adjectives in ASL.

Instant Immersion American Sign Language Deluxe

Instant Immersion American Sign Language Deluxe
$49.99

Your complete ASL tutor, from the history to hand positions! Product Information From the history of American SignLanguage to hand positions for thousands of ASL words and phrases, Instant Immersion American Sign Language Deluxe is the ultimate way to let your fingers do the talking, literally! As the third most commonly used language in the UnitedStates, American Sign Language is the fastest growing form of communication. Used by both the deaf and hearing community, ASL is a thorough and eloquent system of signing. Instant Immersion American Sign Language is the quick and easy way manybeginners learn how to sign. Based on the same tried and proven techniques that allow people to quickly pick-up a spoken language, the key to success with signing is to immerse yourself. For years, we have known that an immersion environment is theabsolute, fastest way to learn a new language. The Instant Immersion method provides this atmosphere and allows you to put your lessons to use immediately. Each disc in this 8 CD-ROM software suite is packed with authoritative contentdeveloped in tandem with experienced ASL instructors, and features full-motion signing instruction with reinforcing written descriptions, challenging quizzes and games, vocabulary synonym lists, and complete phrases arranged by category for a widearray of real-life situations. Reference Guide (1 CD) Grammar & Fingerspelling (1 CD) ASL Dictionary (2 CDs) ASL Phrase Guide (4 CDs) Learn to sign words and phrases on dozens of conversational subjects, including: Parenting and Family Food and Drink Time, Dates and Seasons Money and NumbersLegal and Medical Terms Dating and Relationsh

ASL American Sign Language Baby's First Book of Signs Volume 1, 2 & 3 Bundle for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Baby's First Book of Signs Volume 1, 2 & 3 Bundle for Windows Only
$49.95

Minimum System Requirements: Windows 2000, XP, Vista or 7 CD-ROM drive 16x 250 MB hard drive space Color SVGA monitor that supports at least True Color (16 bit) Whether your child is deaf or hearing, this adorable 3-CD-ROM electronic book series introduces infants and toddlers to a rich vocabulary of first words in sign language, sound, text, and concept graphics. So simple to use – just click to turn each page. Signs are accessible by conceptual categories (e.g., Food, Toys, Animals). Buy the CDs together or individually. Volume I-Categories: Alphabet, Numbers, Home, Outside, and People. 123 signs! Volume II-Categories: Actions, Descriptions, Feelings, When, and Where. 143 signs! Volume III-Categories: Animals, Clothes, Colors, Food, and Toys. 124 signs!

Paws Signs Stories with Storybooks (American Sign Language-accessible software)

Paws Signs Stories with Storybooks (American Sign Language-accessible software)
$49.95

Paws Signs Stories, Codie award-winning computer software for children, contains 5 original stories and 15 educational games (3 for each story) with each signed in American Sign Language. Stories teach important features of ASL when signed. Paws is recommended for children, ages 3-7, although we have found that older elementary-age deaf children enjoy the program as well. Linda Bove, the deaf actress on Sesame Street, dressed as Paws the dog, signs the stories, directions, and game instructions. Signing and/or audio are options for accessing information. Paws Sign Stories comes in two versions, CD and Books and CD only.

The five stories in Paws Signs Stories are original. They utilize strategies found successful in teaching early reading skills, such as repeated phrases, patterned language, and predictable structure. Each story also teaches something about ASL. Each story has three games (i.e., 15 in all), each focusing on a different skill, such as visual memory, visual sequencing, literacy, spelling, math, and creativity.

This version of Paws Signs Stories comes with five sturdy books, one for each story. The storybooks won Best in Category for Excellence in Print by the Printing and Graphics Communications Association in 1998. Sign vocabulary from the stories is depicted in the back of each book.

MSL Mexican Sign Language "Tamados de la Mano" Hand in Hand CD – I, II & III Bundle – Hispanic Stories for Windows Only

MSL Mexican Sign Language "Tamados de la Mano" Hand in Hand CD - I, II & III Bundle - Hispanic Stories for Windows Only
$49.95

All 3 Tomados de la Mano CDs for the price of two! Now you can enjoy the entire collection of 10 translated Spanish folktales for this amazingly low price. The stories are "The Laughing Skull," "The Four Brothers’ Adventure," "How Birds Got Bright Feathers," "The Singing Sack," "Juan Bobo and the Three-Legged Pot," "The Singing Toad," "The Bilingual Cat," "Turtle and Coyote," "The Parrot That Could Speak Two Languages," and The Ram in the Chili Patch". Each story can be viewed in English or Spanish text and audio with ASL video translations.

Vision Screen 9000 (vision assessment software, *American Sign Language-accessible)

Vision Screen 9000 (vision assessment software, *American Sign Language-accessible)
$49.95

Vision Screen 9000 is a computerized vision screening system. It provides a simple, straightforward method of detecting possible vision problems in six critical areas: Far Acuity, Near Acuity, Depth Perception, Color Vision, Macular Health, and Eye Movement. The program provides video demonstrations of vision screening procedures to help users understand proper techniques. There are also ASL videos to provide access for users who are deaf. The program will maintain vision screening data files on an unlimited number of subjects and retrieve them as needed, making it an ideal tool for families, schools, businesses, and other entities that feel visual skills are important.
The Vision Screen 9000 package consists of a CD, red/green glasses, and a penlight. The user loads the program into any personal computer running Windows 98SE or later, and follows the program’s instructions. An assistant is needed to help administer some of the tests, but no special skills are required. It takes about 15 minutes to complete all the testing procedures.

The results of a person’s vision screening are displayed by the program on a printable report form. Any number of report forms can be stored in the program’s database, a handy feature for those who wish to track their vision over time, or for schools and other organizations that wish to test many people and keep the results on file.

Vision Screen 9000 is NOT a substitute for regular visits to an optometrist or ophthalmologist. It is intended to be a supplement to professional eye care, a way for lay people to quickly and comprehensively screen their vision for possible problems.
Minimum System Requirements:

* 166 MHz Pentium
* Windows 98 SE
*32 MB memory
*16x CD-ROM drive
*Color SVGA monitor that supports HIgh Color (24 bit)

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary
$44.95

Signs are shown in pictures and video. Words and their definitions are shown in text, video and audio. This is the only dictionary on the market that has ALL OF THE DEFINITIONS in ASL!

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary includes over 2,700 signs and 7,000 English word equivalents. There are approximately 15,000 files of pictures, text, and video. Spell-check is available in English and parameter-check in ASL. The dictionary shows English words that share a single sign (e.g., large, big) and signs that share a single English equivalent (e.g., run).

Help files include information about the history of ASL and English and how to use the dictionary. This is a reference MUST for every ASL user.

Paw Sign Stories: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only

Paw Sign Stories: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only
$44.95

n I Like Many Things, a girl talks about all of the things that she likes. Each thing is made with the same handshape in ASL, the "1" handshape, so some of the signs are similar and encourage the use of visual discrimination.

ASL American Sign Language Crash Course for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Crash Course for Windows Only
$44.95

The Crash Course in American Sign Language is the most efficient and convenient way yet to learn the basics of American Sign Language (ASL) in the comfort of your home or office. This program guides you step-by-step through 8 classes, divided into 30 easy-to-follow lessons. Video clips of words and sentences, and activities are used to easily introduce and reinforce key vocabulary and grammatical rules. Class topics include: People, Descriptions, Living and Non-living Things, Daily Life, Location, Schedule, Numbers, and Fingerspelling. In just 30 easy lessons, you can develop basic conversational ability in American Sign Language (ASL), the native language of American Deaf people. This eight-class includes over 360 signs and signed sentences, along with 75 skill-building quizzes and concept-reinforcing exams! Designed for beginning signers, age 8 and up! Topics for the 8 classes include: * People, Descriptions, Living and Non-living Things, Daily Life, Location, Schedule Numbers and Fingerspelling. CRASH COURSE will help you: Get comfortable using your hands to communicate, Recognize standard hand shapes in ASL, See how facial expression and fingerspelling are part od ASL, Use the index to find individual words and Learn about Deaf Culture and Deaf resources.

Paws Signs Stories (American Sign Language – Accessible Product)

Paws Signs Stories (American Sign Language - Accessible Product)
$44.95

Paws Signs Stories, award-winning computer software for children, contains 5 original stories and 15 educational games (3 for each story) with each signed in American Sign Language. Stories teach important features of ASL when signed. Paws is recommended for children, ages 2-7, although we have found that older elementary-age deaf children enjoy the program as well. Linda Bove, the deaf actress on Sesame Street, dressed as Paws the dog, signs the stories, directions, and game instructions. Signing and/or audio are options for accessing information. The five stories in Paws Signs Stories are original. They utilize strategies found successful in teaching early reading skills, such as repeated phrases, patterned language and predictable structure. Each story also teaches something about ASL. Each story has three games (i.e., 15 in all), each focusing on a different skill, such as visual memory, visual sequencing, literacy, spelling, math, and creativity. The ASL classifier for "car" is used in the story I Love My Car. The story also focuses on opposites, like "in" and "out," "over" and "under," "wet" and "dry."We learn how location affects the telling of a story in ASL in I Can Play Outside. In I Like Many Things, a girl talks about all of the things that she likes. Each thing is signed using the same handshape in ASL, the "1" handshape, so some of the signs are similar and encourage the use of visual discrimination skills. Time to Wash teaches addition, subtraction, and colors as a little girl hangs clothes on the clothesline. And I Walked Some More follows a little boy as he explores the zoo. His descriptions of the animals shows how facial expression is crucial when using adjectives in ASL. Minimum System Requirements: Windows 98, 2000, ME, XP, Vista & Windows 7 CD-ROM*166 MHz Pentium *4x CD-ROM Drive

ASL American Sign Language Ultimate Dictionary for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Ultimate Dictionary for Windows Only
$44.95

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary includes over 2,700 signs and 7,000 English word equivalents. There are approximately 15,000 files of pictures, text, and video. Spell-check is available in English and parameter-check in ASL. The dictionary shows English words that share a single sign (e.g., large, big) and signs that share a single English equivalent (e.g., run). Signs are shown in pictures and video. Words and their definitions are shown in text, video and audio. This is the only dictionary on the market that has ALL OF THE DEFINITIONS in ASL! Help files include information about the history of ASL and English and how to use the dictionary. This is a reference MUST for every ASL user.

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #1 (Woof Woof Way) for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #1 (Woof Woof Way) for Windows Only
$34.95

This CD, Woof Woof Way, focuses on events that take place on one street in Pawstown, Woof Woof Way. The stories are original and written to promote good English literacy, while simultaneously teaching important aspects of ASL. Each story can be viewed continuously, without the child needing to manipulate the mouse, or the child can control the story himself. Miriam Morrow, a deaf actress, signs each sentence dressed as Paws, the signing dog. Any word that is colored blue can be seen individually signed. Each story has three games, which reinforce skills in categorization, memory, spelling, literacy, visual processing, and creativity. The CD also contains a picture dictionary of the sign/English vocabulary used in the stories. The dictionary pictures can be printed. Children also can visit the video store on Woof Woof Way to see three ASL stories. How the word "look" changes in ASL is addressed in a story about a boy named Arnold who asks a librarian for a book with a space alien and, to the shock of the librarian, actually finds a space alien reading a book. What Pet Should I Get? is a cumulative story that follows the antics of Horatio, Paws’ owner, as he inadvertently releases animals from their cages in a pet store. The story explores how, in ASL, spatial relations affect our understanding of the tale. In Panda, Panda, Where Are You?, the toy store story, Chiu-Chin hunts for her lost panda. The child must follow the instructions and click on the identified toy to move to the next screen. We learn how ASL adjectives follow nouns and facial expression affect descriptions.

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #2 (Biscuit Boulevard) for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #2 (Biscuit Boulevard) for Windows Only
$34.95

This CD, Biscuit Boulevard, focuses on events that take place on one street in Pawstown, Biscuit Boulevard. The stories are original and written to promote good English literacy, while simultaneously teaching important aspects of ASL. Each story can be viewed continuously, without the child needing to manipulate the mouse, or the child can control the story himself. Miriam Morrow, a deaf actress, signs each sentence dressed as Paws, the signing dog. Any word that is colored blue can be seen individually signed. Each story has three games, which reinforce skills in literacy, spelling, visual perception, memory, computer skills, and creativity. The CD also contains a picture dictionary of the sign/English vocabulary used in the stories. Click on the word to have it signed/said. The dictionary pictures can be printed! Children also can visit the Park on Biscuit Boulevard, and help Rama find Paws in a shrubbery maze.Through Whitney’s aspirations to become a great actress, we learn how adjectives are modified in American sign Language to show the intensity of emotions (e.g., happy, very happy). Will Whitney’s acting demonstrations keep her from getting to the theater on time? You can create pictures in the drawing game, or learn how to fingerspell words too! Menu Mix-Up: Many signs look similar to other ones. Watch how the waitress confuses what good Chiu-Chin wants for dinner at the restaurant, because they are so similar when signed. Play a game of Con-SIGN-tration with the words from this story! How many matches can you make? Different Clothes: Jurry and Josh, the Pawstown twins, confuse a department store salesman who thinks that they children are actually one child who keeps changing his mind about what clothes to get. Notice that the signs in the story, like "shoes", are signed with the same handshape on each hand – "twin signs." Design clothes for the children in the Biscuit Boulevard CD, or solve crossword puzzles!

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LAN myTTY 3.0 Software Phone System for 4 Seats & 4 Lines Computer Servers Deaf and Hearing Impaired Individuals for Windows Only

LAN myTTY 3.0 Software Phone System for 4 Seats & 4 Lines Computer Servers Deaf and Hearing Impaired Individuals for Windows Only
$1,599.00

LAN-myTTY is a version of myTTY that loads on a server and allows any computer connected through the local area network (LAN) to send and receive TTY calls. The cost depends on the number of stations and telephone lines that are connected. This system can work hard-wired or wireless.

The typical office has a telephone system and a LAN that links various work stations. LAN-myTTY provides a link between the telephone system and the LAN. It allows any workstation to make, receive, and transfer a TTY call on any of your telephone lines.

If you have a digital telephone system, you need to have it set to provide an analog port to each line, something that a telephone technician can do easily on most systems.

Once you purchase a system, IDRT provides a TTY server, which is basically an ordinary desktop computer configured with multiple voice modems and the LAN-myTTY software. You install client myTTY software on each workstation. There is no limit to the number of telephone lines and workstations the system can handle.

The cost of the system is based on the number of "seats" and telephone lines. A "seat" is an active connection to the LAN-myTTY system. You can put the client myTTY software on any number of work stations, but the number of workstations that can use the system at any one time depends on how many "seats" you bought for your system.

MSL Mexican Sign Language Hispanic Heritage Set of Stories Bundle for Windows Only

MSL Mexican Sign Language Hispanic Heritage Set of Stories Bundle for Windows Only
$89.95

5 CD-ROMs Each can be viewed in English or Spanish text and audio with ASL video translations:1. Tomados de la Mano**-CD I:Three folktales from Spanish-speaking countries–"The Laughing Skull," "The Four Brothers’ Adventure," and "How Birds Got Bright Feathers" 2. Tomados de la Mano**-CD II:Three folktales from Spanish-speaking countries–"The Singing Sack," "Juan Bobo and the Three-Legged Pot," and "The Singing Toad" 3. Sueño Sordo Hispano-Americanos:A brief history of Deaf Hispanic Americans, profiles of eight famous Deaf Hispanic Americans, and two personal stories by Mark Morales of growing up Deaf and Hispanic in the U.S. Information can be printed and pictures of the Deaf Hispanic Americans colored and printed. 4. Somos Muy Fiesteros: Descriptions of Mexican traditions and holidays. Colorful pictures and videoclips from National Geographic and Ethnosocope Film and Video expand the experience. 5. Mexican Sign Language/American Sign Language Translator:Translates 575 words automatically between four languages–ASL, LSM, English and Spanish. PLUS A copy of "Believing…Achieving, Creer…Conseguir," a publication of PEPNET. AND 6 Handouts: 1. Resources for Deaf Hispanic Americans 2. References about Deaf Hispanic Americans 3. Hispanic Recipes 4. Information about Sign Languages used by Spanish-Speaking Countries 5. Recommended Activities for Parents and Teachers to Do with Their Children 6. Recommended Books for Children on Hispanic Folklore and Topics.

American Sign Language for Kids (3 CD-ROM)

American Sign Language for Kids (3 CD-ROM)
$79.99

Multimedia 2000, Seattle, has released American Sign Language American Sign Language
n.
The primary sign language used by deaf and hearing-impaired people in the United States and Canada.

——————————————————————————–
American Sign Language (ASL),
n. Dictionary in GOLD and PLATINUM editions.

The American Sign Language Dictionary is one of Multimedia 2000’s best selling products, and these two editions contain an updated version of the dictionary, plus bonus disks. With ASL ASL – Algebraic Specification Language recognized as the third most-used and fastest-growing language in the United States, and with the recent growth fueled by an increasing number of schools and universities giving language credit for ASL, this is sure to continue to be a booming field.

ASL GOLD edition is a 2 CD-ROMCD-ROM: see compact disc.
——————————————————————————–
CD-ROM
in full compact disc read-only memory

Type of computer storage medium that is read optically (e.g., by a laser).
….. Click the link for more information. set that includes The American Sign Language Dictionary, and the bonus disc "101 Basic Signs". The ASL PLATINUM edition is a 4 CD-ROM set that includes the Dictionary, 101 Basic Signs, and 2 additional discs: Mexican Sign Language/American Sign Language Translator and Fingerspelling fingerspelling,
n the manipulation of fingers into different positions, usually based on the manual alphabet, to represent letters of the alphabet. & Numbers.

ASL American Sign Language Con-SIGN-tration Memory Game CD #1,2,3 & 4 Bundle for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Con-SIGN-tration Memory Game CD #1,2,3 & 4 Bundle for Windows Only
$79.95

Set of Four Con-SIGN-tration Cds, for the price of three, includes all of the IDRT Con-SIGN-tration games that challenge reading and memory skills by requiring the player to match ASL pictures to English words that disappear if no match is made. Each CD game covers 10 different categories and related vocabulary. In the 4 CD set, there are 40 different categories and a total of almost 3,000 words. Two levels of challenge make the games appropriate for almost any age player. The games keep score of the number of clicks and matches and randomize every time they are played.

myTTY 3.0 – American Sign Language (ASL)

myTTY 3.0 - American Sign Language (ASL)
$79.95

myTTY 3.0 is software that lets your computer act like a TTY. It allows you to make and receive calls from TTYs and other computers that have TTY software. Features: * Alerts to incoming calls * Audio signals (e.g., ringing, busy) are displayed * Answering machine * Caller ID * Telephone book * Audio messages for voice callers * Audio detection of optimal voice modem * Disconnect detection * Automatic relay dialing * Save conversation * Copy and paste text * Printer support * Automatic line noise suppression * Online help documents * "Ungarble" capabilities * Customize font, color, size of letters, and background * Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP * 32 MB memory * TAPI-compliant voice modem * Pentium processor or equivalent * CD-ROM drive myTTY 3.0 enables you to: * Communicate with TTYs without the expense of buying one. * Communicate with deaf friends, family members, employees, and customers. * Communicate with relay services. Legal Requirements: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires businesses with 15 or more employees to be accessible to persons with disabilities, including those who are deaf. This means that these businesses’ telephones must be accessible to deaf people as well. Businesses now have a cost-effective way of attracting new customers (i.e., those who are deaf), as well as staying in compliance with government regulations. myTTY 3.0 can be loaded on a single computer or laptop. It may be licensed to be loaded on extra computers or workstations

Paw Sign Stories with Books: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only

Paw Sign Stories with Books: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only
$79.95

The five stories in Paws Signs Stories are original. They utilize strategies found successful in teaching early reading skills, such as repeated phrases, patterned language, and predictable structure. Each story also teaches something about ASL. Each story has three games (i.e., 15 in all), each focusing on a different skill, such as visual memory, visual sequencing, literacy, spelling, math, and creativity.

This version of Paws Signs Stories comes with five sturdy books, one for each story. The storybooks won Best in Category for Excellence in Print by the Printing and Graphics Communications Association in 1998. Sign vocabulary from the stories is depicted in the back of each book. We learn how location affects the telling of a story in ASL in I Can Play Outside. In I Like Many Things, a girl talks about all of the things that she likes. Each thing is made with the same hand shape in ASL, the "1" hand shape, so some of the signs are similar and encourage the use of visual discrimination. Time to Wash teaches addition, subtraction, and colors as a little girl hangs clothes on the clothesline. And I Walked Some More follows a little boy as he explores the zoo. His descriptions of the animals shows how facial expression is crucial when using adjectives in ASL.

Instant Immersion American Sign Language Deluxe

Instant Immersion American Sign Language Deluxe
$49.99

Your complete ASL tutor, from the history to hand positions! Product Information From the history of American SignLanguage to hand positions for thousands of ASL words and phrases, Instant Immersion American Sign Language Deluxe is the ultimate way to let your fingers do the talking, literally! As the third most commonly used language in the UnitedStates, American Sign Language is the fastest growing form of communication. Used by both the deaf and hearing community, ASL is a thorough and eloquent system of signing. Instant Immersion American Sign Language is the quick and easy way manybeginners learn how to sign. Based on the same tried and proven techniques that allow people to quickly pick-up a spoken language, the key to success with signing is to immerse yourself. For years, we have known that an immersion environment is theabsolute, fastest way to learn a new language. The Instant Immersion method provides this atmosphere and allows you to put your lessons to use immediately. Each disc in this 8 CD-ROM software suite is packed with authoritative contentdeveloped in tandem with experienced ASL instructors, and features full-motion signing instruction with reinforcing written descriptions, challenging quizzes and games, vocabulary synonym lists, and complete phrases arranged by category for a widearray of real-life situations. Reference Guide (1 CD) Grammar & Fingerspelling (1 CD) ASL Dictionary (2 CDs) ASL Phrase Guide (4 CDs) Learn to sign words and phrases on dozens of conversational subjects, including: Parenting and Family Food and Drink Time, Dates and Seasons Money and NumbersLegal and Medical Terms Dating and Relationsh

ASL American Sign Language Baby's First Book of Signs Volume 1, 2 & 3 Bundle for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Baby's First Book of Signs Volume 1, 2 & 3 Bundle for Windows Only
$49.95

Minimum System Requirements: Windows 2000, XP, Vista or 7 CD-ROM drive 16x 250 MB hard drive space Color SVGA monitor that supports at least True Color (16 bit) Whether your child is deaf or hearing, this adorable 3-CD-ROM electronic book series introduces infants and toddlers to a rich vocabulary of first words in sign language, sound, text, and concept graphics. So simple to use – just click to turn each page. Signs are accessible by conceptual categories (e.g., Food, Toys, Animals). Buy the CDs together or individually. Volume I-Categories: Alphabet, Numbers, Home, Outside, and People. 123 signs! Volume II-Categories: Actions, Descriptions, Feelings, When, and Where. 143 signs! Volume III-Categories: Animals, Clothes, Colors, Food, and Toys. 124 signs!

Paws Signs Stories with Storybooks (American Sign Language-accessible software)

Paws Signs Stories with Storybooks (American Sign Language-accessible software)
$49.95

Paws Signs Stories, Codie award-winning computer software for children, contains 5 original stories and 15 educational games (3 for each story) with each signed in American Sign Language. Stories teach important features of ASL when signed. Paws is recommended for children, ages 3-7, although we have found that older elementary-age deaf children enjoy the program as well. Linda Bove, the deaf actress on Sesame Street, dressed as Paws the dog, signs the stories, directions, and game instructions. Signing and/or audio are options for accessing information. Paws Sign Stories comes in two versions, CD and Books and CD only.

The five stories in Paws Signs Stories are original. They utilize strategies found successful in teaching early reading skills, such as repeated phrases, patterned language, and predictable structure. Each story also teaches something about ASL. Each story has three games (i.e., 15 in all), each focusing on a different skill, such as visual memory, visual sequencing, literacy, spelling, math, and creativity.

This version of Paws Signs Stories comes with five sturdy books, one for each story. The storybooks won Best in Category for Excellence in Print by the Printing and Graphics Communications Association in 1998. Sign vocabulary from the stories is depicted in the back of each book.

MSL Mexican Sign Language "Tamados de la Mano" Hand in Hand CD – I, II & III Bundle – Hispanic Stories for Windows Only

MSL Mexican Sign Language "Tamados de la Mano" Hand in Hand CD - I, II & III Bundle - Hispanic Stories for Windows Only
$49.95

All 3 Tomados de la Mano CDs for the price of two! Now you can enjoy the entire collection of 10 translated Spanish folktales for this amazingly low price. The stories are "The Laughing Skull," "The Four Brothers’ Adventure," "How Birds Got Bright Feathers," "The Singing Sack," "Juan Bobo and the Three-Legged Pot," "The Singing Toad," "The Bilingual Cat," "Turtle and Coyote," "The Parrot That Could Speak Two Languages," and The Ram in the Chili Patch". Each story can be viewed in English or Spanish text and audio with ASL video translations.

Vision Screen 9000 (vision assessment software, *American Sign Language-accessible)

Vision Screen 9000 (vision assessment software, *American Sign Language-accessible)
$49.95

Vision Screen 9000 is a computerized vision screening system. It provides a simple, straightforward method of detecting possible vision problems in six critical areas: Far Acuity, Near Acuity, Depth Perception, Color Vision, Macular Health, and Eye Movement. The program provides video demonstrations of vision screening procedures to help users understand proper techniques. There are also ASL videos to provide access for users who are deaf. The program will maintain vision screening data files on an unlimited number of subjects and retrieve them as needed, making it an ideal tool for families, schools, businesses, and other entities that feel visual skills are important.
The Vision Screen 9000 package consists of a CD, red/green glasses, and a penlight. The user loads the program into any personal computer running Windows 98SE or later, and follows the program’s instructions. An assistant is needed to help administer some of the tests, but no special skills are required. It takes about 15 minutes to complete all the testing procedures.

The results of a person’s vision screening are displayed by the program on a printable report form. Any number of report forms can be stored in the program’s database, a handy feature for those who wish to track their vision over time, or for schools and other organizations that wish to test many people and keep the results on file.

Vision Screen 9000 is NOT a substitute for regular visits to an optometrist or ophthalmologist. It is intended to be a supplement to professional eye care, a way for lay people to quickly and comprehensively screen their vision for possible problems.
Minimum System Requirements:

* 166 MHz Pentium
* Windows 98 SE
*32 MB memory
*16x CD-ROM drive
*Color SVGA monitor that supports HIgh Color (24 bit)

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary
$44.95

Signs are shown in pictures and video. Words and their definitions are shown in text, video and audio. This is the only dictionary on the market that has ALL OF THE DEFINITIONS in ASL!

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary includes over 2,700 signs and 7,000 English word equivalents. There are approximately 15,000 files of pictures, text, and video. Spell-check is available in English and parameter-check in ASL. The dictionary shows English words that share a single sign (e.g., large, big) and signs that share a single English equivalent (e.g., run).

Help files include information about the history of ASL and English and how to use the dictionary. This is a reference MUST for every ASL user.

Paw Sign Stories: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only

Paw Sign Stories: ASL American Sign Language for Windows Only
$44.95

n I Like Many Things, a girl talks about all of the things that she likes. Each thing is made with the same handshape in ASL, the "1" handshape, so some of the signs are similar and encourage the use of visual discrimination.

ASL American Sign Language Crash Course for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Crash Course for Windows Only
$44.95

The Crash Course in American Sign Language is the most efficient and convenient way yet to learn the basics of American Sign Language (ASL) in the comfort of your home or office. This program guides you step-by-step through 8 classes, divided into 30 easy-to-follow lessons. Video clips of words and sentences, and activities are used to easily introduce and reinforce key vocabulary and grammatical rules. Class topics include: People, Descriptions, Living and Non-living Things, Daily Life, Location, Schedule, Numbers, and Fingerspelling. In just 30 easy lessons, you can develop basic conversational ability in American Sign Language (ASL), the native language of American Deaf people. This eight-class includes over 360 signs and signed sentences, along with 75 skill-building quizzes and concept-reinforcing exams! Designed for beginning signers, age 8 and up! Topics for the 8 classes include: * People, Descriptions, Living and Non-living Things, Daily Life, Location, Schedule Numbers and Fingerspelling. CRASH COURSE will help you: Get comfortable using your hands to communicate, Recognize standard hand shapes in ASL, See how facial expression and fingerspelling are part od ASL, Use the index to find individual words and Learn about Deaf Culture and Deaf resources.

Paws Signs Stories (American Sign Language – Accessible Product)

Paws Signs Stories (American Sign Language - Accessible Product)
$44.95

Paws Signs Stories, award-winning computer software for children, contains 5 original stories and 15 educational games (3 for each story) with each signed in American Sign Language. Stories teach important features of ASL when signed. Paws is recommended for children, ages 2-7, although we have found that older elementary-age deaf children enjoy the program as well. Linda Bove, the deaf actress on Sesame Street, dressed as Paws the dog, signs the stories, directions, and game instructions. Signing and/or audio are options for accessing information. The five stories in Paws Signs Stories are original. They utilize strategies found successful in teaching early reading skills, such as repeated phrases, patterned language and predictable structure. Each story also teaches something about ASL. Each story has three games (i.e., 15 in all), each focusing on a different skill, such as visual memory, visual sequencing, literacy, spelling, math, and creativity. The ASL classifier for "car" is used in the story I Love My Car. The story also focuses on opposites, like "in" and "out," "over" and "under," "wet" and "dry."We learn how location affects the telling of a story in ASL in I Can Play Outside. In I Like Many Things, a girl talks about all of the things that she likes. Each thing is signed using the same handshape in ASL, the "1" handshape, so some of the signs are similar and encourage the use of visual discrimination skills. Time to Wash teaches addition, subtraction, and colors as a little girl hangs clothes on the clothesline. And I Walked Some More follows a little boy as he explores the zoo. His descriptions of the animals shows how facial expression is crucial when using adjectives in ASL. Minimum System Requirements: Windows 98, 2000, ME, XP, Vista & Windows 7 CD-ROM*166 MHz Pentium *4x CD-ROM Drive

ASL American Sign Language Ultimate Dictionary for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Ultimate Dictionary for Windows Only
$44.95

The Ultimate American Sign Language Dictionary includes over 2,700 signs and 7,000 English word equivalents. There are approximately 15,000 files of pictures, text, and video. Spell-check is available in English and parameter-check in ASL. The dictionary shows English words that share a single sign (e.g., large, big) and signs that share a single English equivalent (e.g., run). Signs are shown in pictures and video. Words and their definitions are shown in text, video and audio. This is the only dictionary on the market that has ALL OF THE DEFINITIONS in ASL! Help files include information about the history of ASL and English and how to use the dictionary. This is a reference MUST for every ASL user.

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #1 (Woof Woof Way) for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #1 (Woof Woof Way) for Windows Only
$34.95

This CD, Woof Woof Way, focuses on events that take place on one street in Pawstown, Woof Woof Way. The stories are original and written to promote good English literacy, while simultaneously teaching important aspects of ASL. Each story can be viewed continuously, without the child needing to manipulate the mouse, or the child can control the story himself. Miriam Morrow, a deaf actress, signs each sentence dressed as Paws, the signing dog. Any word that is colored blue can be seen individually signed. Each story has three games, which reinforce skills in categorization, memory, spelling, literacy, visual processing, and creativity. The CD also contains a picture dictionary of the sign/English vocabulary used in the stories. The dictionary pictures can be printed. Children also can visit the video store on Woof Woof Way to see three ASL stories. How the word "look" changes in ASL is addressed in a story about a boy named Arnold who asks a librarian for a book with a space alien and, to the shock of the librarian, actually finds a space alien reading a book. What Pet Should I Get? is a cumulative story that follows the antics of Horatio, Paws’ owner, as he inadvertently releases animals from their cages in a pet store. The story explores how, in ASL, spatial relations affect our understanding of the tale. In Panda, Panda, Where Are You?, the toy store story, Chiu-Chin hunts for her lost panda. The child must follow the instructions and click on the identified toy to move to the next screen. We learn how ASL adjectives follow nouns and facial expression affect descriptions.

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #2 (Biscuit Boulevard) for Windows Only

ASL American Sign Language Tales and Games for Kids #2 (Biscuit Boulevard) for Windows Only
$34.95

This CD, Biscuit Boulevard, focuses on events that take place on one street in Pawstown, Biscuit Boulevard. The stories are original and written to promote good English literacy, while simultaneously teaching important aspects of ASL. Each story can be viewed continuously, without the child needing to manipulate the mouse, or the child can control the story himself. Miriam Morrow, a deaf actress, signs each sentence dressed as Paws, the signing dog. Any word that is colored blue can be seen individually signed. Each story has three games, which reinforce skills in literacy, spelling, visual perception, memory, computer skills, and creativity. The CD also contains a picture dictionary of the sign/English vocabulary used in the stories. Click on the word to have it signed/said. The dictionary pictures can be printed! Children also can visit the Park on Biscuit Boulevard, and help Rama find Paws in a shrubbery maze.Through Whitney’s aspirations to become a great actress, we learn how adjectives are modified in American sign Language to show the intensity of emotions (e.g., happy, very happy). Will Whitney’s acting demonstrations keep her from getting to the theater on time? You can create pictures in the drawing game, or learn how to fingerspell words too! Menu Mix-Up: Many signs look similar to other ones. Watch how the waitress confuses what good Chiu-Chin wants for dinner at the restaurant, because they are so similar when signed. Play a game of Con-SIGN-tration with the words from this story! How many matches can you make? Different Clothes: Jurry and Josh, the Pawstown twins, confuse a department store salesman who thinks that they children are actually one child who keeps changing his mind about what clothes to get. Notice that the signs in the story, like "shoes", are signed with the same handshape on each hand – "twin signs." Design clothes for the children in the Biscuit Boulevard CD, or solve crossword puzzles!


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