OK, I’m a month late in mentioning it, but clearly I’m slow on news posts. However, there are lots of good things to share, so this post will start us off.
Most exciting news:
FAMILY ASL is here!
The Family ASL project is being conducted with co-PIs Elaine Gale (Hunter College) and Deborah Chen Pichler (Gallaudet University), along with many other contributors.
The goal of this project is to document the development of ASL and English by deaf children whose hearing parents have chosen to include ASL as a family language – and to study the parents’ own ASL development as well. See the Family ASL page of the SLLA Lab site for more details, and the UConn Today news piece posted next.