Students have high-tech lab for learning ASL at Calif. college

09/22/2010 | Oakland Tribune (Calif.), The

California's Ohlone College has opened a new computer lab for students to practice American Sign Language. The lab is equipped with 20 computer stations, where students can record themselves practicing ASL and quickly receive feedback. The college offers a nationally honored ASL-and-interpreter program that serves nearly 700 students, and about 200 students who attend the college cannot hear.

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