American Sign Language Lab at Carolina University

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We wanted to remind you we have a lab on campus now… You might be thinking… WHAT? A special room for us Deaf Studies folks?! It’s too good to be true… Well, it’s true! Here are the FAQs:

  • What is the ASL Lab? 
    • It’s a space on campus where you can practice ASL and do ASL homework. This is an ASL friendly zone. 
  • Where is the Lab?
    • Stevens Hall Room 103
  • When is it open? 
    • Every day 
  • Who is the Lab Tsar  (pronounced Zar: A person appointed by government to advise on and coordinate policy in a particular area)  
    • Joshuah O’Hara – The Lab Tsar 
      • Official Hours – 11am to 5:30pm (Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday) 
        • You might see the Tsar there early as 8 am… feel free to stop by and practice your signing anytime.
  • Are you accepting resources/book donations?
    • Yes… If you have a textbook old or new that you want to donate to the lab, we would love to add it to our shelf to create shared space for learning. 
  • When is the lunch and learn?
    • Every Friday, after chapel/convocation is done, head on to the lab to practice signing. (SEE FLYER attached here). 
  • Are there other times we could meet? 
    • Want to practice ASL but that Friday session doesn’t work for you? What times do work for you? Fill out this form 

If you have any questions, please feel free to email Heather Zimmerman.

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