How to learn American Sign Language

Are you really a life-long learner? 
Have you learned anything new lately? 
Would you like to?

The internet is full of information and it's growing every day.  Today's technology tip is just one example of what the internet can help you do.
Try this video from YouTube.com to learn the alphabet in American Sign Language:

American Sign Language Browser
Can't see YouTube at work?  Here are some websites where you can learn American Sign Language:

LifePrint.com ASL University
If that's not enough for you, someone even created an online list of American Indian Sign Language:

http://www.inquiry.net/outdoor/native/sign/
This is just one example of how you can use the internet to really be a life-long learner.  You really do have access to more knowledge than previous generations could have ever imagined thanks to the internet. 

Have you used it lately?


PRACTICE ACTIVITY:  Try learning at least one simple phrase or word in American Sign Language sometime today.  Imagine what you could do if you learned just one thing like this every day.

TO KEEP ON LEARNING
:  If you'd like to keep using the internet to become a life-long learner try doing this.  Use a piece of scrap paper to make a list of 5-7 things you'd like to learn about this week.  When you have a chance and a high speed internet connection just try researching one thing a day
.