“At first glance, ASL-LEX resembles a flower patch as imagined by a pointillist painter. But zoom in on the interactive website — created by a team led by Naomi Caselli, a lecturer on deaf studies at Boston University’s School of Education — and you can see that each of the nearly 1,000 dots represents a […]
“A group of researchers, including Associate Professor of Psychology Ariel Goldberg and former Tufts graduate student Naomi Caselli, were awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF)visualization award for ASL-LEX (http://asl-lex.org/), an interactive and searchable lexical database for American Sign Language (ASL). Karen Emmorey, a professor at San Diego State University, said that the database currently has around 1,000 signs. It includes […]
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ASL-LEX offers linguists, psychologists and language learners a tool to explore the properties of sign language more deeply. See the full article on SDSU NewsCenter!