Learn or expand your ASL knowledge and ability


  • Learn and practice ASL with Rocket Languages
    Rocket Languages is an online language learning tool, available to you for free through the Library of Virginia. In addition to lessons on spoken languages, it includes lessons on ASL. 
  • ASL Mentors
    Find a list of mentors with a variety of knowledge you can connect virtually. They can work with any of you ranging from Family, K-12, Higher Education, Interpreting/ASL and more. ASL Mentors also creates employment opportunities for Deaf people to work as mentors.
  • Learning ASL
    This helpful guide from the NAD lists resources including apps like the ASL App.


  • ASL Connect at Gallaudet
    ASL Connect offers ASL courses online, Levels 1-4.
  • Tidewater Community College
    TCC’s ASL and interpretation program includes ASL I-VI, foundations of interpretation, translations skills, and courses in practical application of both ASL to English and English to ASL interpretation.
  • University of Virginia
    The University’s American Sign Language Program offers a five-semester sequence in ASL, from the beginning through the conversational level.