15 ASL Youtube Channels for American Sign Language Learners
ASL YouTube Channels
Sacramento, California, US
Resource site for ASL students, teachers, interpreters, and parents of Deaf children.
454K subscribers 2 videos / week Mar 2007 Get Email Contact
New York, US
Technology, Teaching, Learning, American Sign Language, Deaf Studies, Linguistics, Education, Health, Happiness.
176K subscribers 561 3 videos / month Mar 2014 Get Email Contact
Hey my names Anissa! I'm teaching myself ASL and I make song covers. Im in college as a Music Therapy Major and I am just making these videos as f...un tools to learn some vocab. If you are interested in learning true ASL I highly suggest taking a class.more
68.6K subscribers 2.1K 24 videos / year Apr 2008 Get Email Contact
Hello everyone! We hope you're enjoying the ASL Worship videos with captions! Originally we started making the videos accessible for Deaf people.... Now we know our hearing audience benefits as well! Praise God! Our Deaf Ministry is raising money to help us continue to reach Deaf people in San Diego and internationally. more
18.8K subscribers 1 video / week Mar 2013 Get Email Contact
Washington, District of Columbia, US
Welcome to the official YouTube channel of the Internal Revenue Service. This channel will feature videos produced by the IRS on various tax administr...ation topics in American Sign Language (ASL).more
8.2K subscribers 284.1K 11 videos / year Apr 2009 Get Email Contact
Read with ASL videos encourage ASL and ESL learning! Real-life images give full context to bilingual viewing experiences. Deaf American Sign Language ...presenters, voice-overs, and on-screen sentences bring access. Read with ASL videos are fun for all ages!more
3.6K subscribers 2 videos / quarter Get Email Contact
Carmel HS ASL Channel has uploads of our ASL videos, as well as links to hundreds of other videos related to ASL and Deaf Culture.
99.4K subscribers Oct 2009 Get Email Contact
This channel I have dedicated to showing interpreted Music into ASL. When I say into ASL that means grammatically correct American Sign Language. I sp...ent the earlier part of my interpreting career as a community interpreter in San Antonio, Texas. more
66.3K subscribers Oct 2011 Get Email Contact
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