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ASL Students Network in British Columbia

Hello everyone,

As you know, I am learning American Sign Language. Last year, the ASL Student Network began to encourage hearing students in their studies. Even if you are out of town, you may know people who are interested in ASL in the lower mainland or people in your own community. We work online so you don’t have to physically be here to join the network. This is the pebble in the pond. Please forward it to as many people as you can. There is no guarantee that this will bring you good luck or wealth but hopefully more people will learn to communicate with the Deaf. Although the people who send this to may not have an interest in ASL, they may know someone who does. Check this out.

Thanks for helping spread the word,
Email: miltone@telus.net

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4 comments on “ASL Students Network in British Columbia

  • If you want to set up an ASL Student Network in your area, contact me at miltone@telus.net and I will tell you what we did here.


  • Caroline Louise Stock

    April 16, 2009 at 7:55 pm

    Hi I am interesting this .I like to set up for Prince George Thank you for your infor. Caroline Stock

  • Hi Brenda,

    You can click miltone@telus.net and ask Daun for the address of the vlog. I am sure that she will be happy to help you to spread this information to anyone who is interested in taking ASl in your area. It is important to anyone to continue in learning ASL from you!!!

    John Warren

  • That is good to spread the word about ASL course. I wonder how can I copy this to show my class, maybe one of them are interested to take it?
    From McLeese Lake,BC
    (Out of city, it’s rural area.)

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