From September 16, SignAll’s ASL video library, SignAll Classroom, is replaced by SignAll Online. The major difference is that it is now available for anyone who wants to learn ASL, rather than just those taking ASL classes at school. Additionally, SignAll Online will include new features and functionality to be rolled out over the coming weeks.
SignAll Online ASL video library can be fully integrated with SignAll Lab, a workstation that uses sign language recognition technology to give students hands-on signing practice and feedback. Users of SignAll Lab can now view usage statistics directly in the Online dashboard, inclusive on words learned, lessons completed, and time spent watching videos.
Classroom was launched in response to the nation-wide school closings earlier this year. In line with this, any ASL teacher could receive a personalized link after registration. The link could be shared with any number of students. The downside of the approach was that ASL learners could not get access to the ASL video library independently from institutions.
Unlike Classroom, Online will be a paid service. Prices start around $2,5 a month for individual users; institutional pricing is available (please contact SignAll for more details).
“Over the last few months, we have been receiving numerous requests from independent ASL learners. That motivated us to rethink the resource and open it to all categories of ASL learners. While working on additional features, we can’t wait to see first users’ successes” commented David Palhazi, Chief Operations Officer, SignAll Technologies
Check out SignAll Online ASL video library open to everyone, and enjoy your learning experience!