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Test your ASL progress at SignAll Online

New and exciting update! Learn and test your ASL progress at SignAll Online! Nothing short of a holiday present to users, at the very beginning of 2021, the SignAll team released a quiz feature that reviews all available ASL units. The quiz will test only the signs that were covered during the last lesson. After…

SignAll teaches Deutsche Telecom American Sign Language

In December, SignAll Learn Lab was launched in an office of Deutsche Telekom IT Solutions (DT-ITS). The system will be used for teaching American Sign Language (ASL) to employees in the company’s Budapest office. The 12-month contract includes a license to the ASL Learn software and is complemented by courses and training on ASL and Deaf culture. These courses are to be offered by Deaf team member of SignAll Technologies and Deaf rights advocate Jesada Pua.

Ask a deafie: Educational mainstreaming for the Deaf

Harmful inclusion? A stand of the Deaf community on placing children in mainstream settings within education is mostly negative.  Deaf students obviously have a set of very different needs than hearing counterparts. They need sign language, period. They often feel lost and left out in a big sea of hearing students. They often don’t feel proud…

Almost 40 ASL teachers from Ohio are charmed by SignAll Learn Lab.

On November 9th, Jesada Pua, ASL consultant at SignAll Technologies, presented one of SignAll’s products – SignAll Learn Lab – to educators in Ohio, hosting an online webinar through the Ohio ASLTA chapter.

Two ASL products for One Client – Our Latest Milestone

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A burning question: How financially impactful disabled community is?

In a report, published a few weeks ago, research on the size and score of the disability market revealed an unimaginable number. 1,85 billion of Earth population are people with disabilities (PWD). Researchers compare the population of PWD to the Chinese. If to include their families and friends – consumers who make purchasing decisions with emotional connection to PWD – they control 13 trillion US dollar disposable income. In light of this, it is obvious that accessible companies win the market.