See this site for ASL summaries of VL2 Research Briefs.
[From the site:] The VL2 Center publishes research briefs as a resource for educators and parents.The goal is to inform the education community of research findings, to summarize relevant scholarship, and to present recommendations that educators and parents can use when addressing the multifaceted challenges of educating deaf and hard of hearing children.
Disability is not just about having a medical condition – it comes with a culture and a community, says Laura K. Mauldin, assistant professor of human development and family studies and women’s, gender, and sexuality studies.
“There’s nothing wrong with having a disability – what’s wrong is social attitudes about disabilities.”
We’re happy to announce that we have added ASL V and VI including an additional section of ASLN 1101 for the Fall. We also now have a new minor in sign language interpreting and a course on the Structure of ASL under LING 3798. See our Courses page for more information and spread the word!