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Idaho Council for the Deaf   

and Hard of Hearing   

American Sign Language Classes

Information on How to Learn ASL

People can learn ASL through universities, private tutors, home-study materials, and/or deaf events

Local Education Programs

Boise State University

College of Southern Idaho

Idaho State University

  • Offerings: A.A. degree in Sign Language Studies
  • B.S. in Educational Interpreting
  • M.S. in Deaf Education
  • Web site
  • Contact: Emily Turner

Lewis and Clark College

  • Offerings: Sign Language courses

  • Web site

Northern Idaho College

ASL Expressions

  • Offerings: Sign Language courses

  • Web site

Kristi Dorris Class

Private Tutors

Home-study Materials

Coeur D'Alene Public Library

  • Offerings: ASL and interpreting materials for borrowing

  • Contact: Russ Patterson

Council for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Dawn Sign Press, Inc.

  • Offerings: ASL and interpreting materials for sale

  • Web site

Idaho Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (IRID)

Idaho School for the Deaf and the Blind Lending Library (EIIC & IRID)

  • Offerings: ASL and interpreting materials for IRID and K-12 interpreters to borrow

  • Contact: Dorothy Ogden

Meridian Public Library -- Linda Bove Collection

  • Offerings: ASL and interpreting materials for borrowing

  • Web site

National Clearinghouse of Rehabilitation Training Materials

  • Federally funded ASL and interpreting materials for borrowing

  • Web site

Signs of Development

  • Offerings: ASL and interpreting materials for sale

  • Web site

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