June 2015 Signing Savvy Newsletter
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Signing Savvy: Your Sign Language Resource

June 2015

In this Issue:

  • Savvy Updates
  • In the News
  • Sign Language Fact
  • Deaf Culture Tip


What is Sight Translation?


Answer: Interpreting written form to ASL.

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Don't make up signs. It's an insult to ASL and the Deaf community. 

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Savvy Updates

We have been very busy over the past several months adding new content to Signing Savvy.  In addition to a wealth of new and updated signs and member features, below are links to some of the blog articles that you may find interesting.

Just for Fun 

Deaf Culture 

Signing and Learning Tips 

Teaching Tips 

Interpreter Tips 

In the News

Local to World News on Sign Language and Deaf Culture

World News Deaf Stories General Interest Sign Language Linguistics Accessibility, Advocacy, and Legal Rights Assistive Technology Interpreters Entertainment Interesting Videos
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About Signing Savvy:
Signing Savvy is the most comprehensive online sign language resource for educators, interpreters, students, or anyone interested in American Sign Language. Signing Savvy includes a sign language dictionary containing several thousand high resolution videos of American Sign Language (ASL) signs, fingerspelled words, and other common signs used within the United States and Canada. It includes the ability to view large sign videos, build your own word lists and share them with others, create virtual flash cards and quizzes, print signs, build sign phrases, and more.
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Thank you for being part of the Signing Savvy community of users. We hope that you find great value in the services that Signing Savvy provides. If you are not yet a full member, we encourage you to check out the full member features. In addition to accessing the full member features, membership also helps us continue to add more sign videos, content, and features to the site.  With the support of our members, we aim for Signing Savvy to be the best sign language learning resource.
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