There are a TON of resources out there for learning American Sign Language (ASL). Some differ in quality but the couple I have found really delve into the culture and some the semantics, which are a huge part of the language and understanding it's proper application. I found some podcsts through USI with video webcasts of the sign language course. It's nice to see the teahcers assistant (who is hearing impaired) sign all the vocab words and see the proper way to use them. I have made it through course five this week and have picked up some new words. There is also a Sac State teacher who has a website at lifeprint.com where I have already learned a lot of words, but the new words I can claim from the podcast this week are...