ASL101 201901 Undergraduate

Term: 
Fall 2019
Course: 
ASL 101
Applies To: 
Undergraduate
Sections: 
Title: 
First Year American Sign Language
Department Section Description: 

Study of basic grammatical structure and vocabulary of American Sign Language, expressive and receptive finger-spelling, and introduction to American deaf culture.

Fulfills: 

Disability Studies Minor

Disability Studies courses focus on how ableism (anti-disability prejudice) operates in different nations and how disability intersects with other forms of identity like gender, class, nationality, and race in complex and varied patterns.  Courses draw from fields like international development, health professions, design, sign language interpreting, education, and non-profit management.

Title: 
First Year American Sign Language
Instructors: 

Valentino Vasquez

Valentino  Vasquez profile picture
  • Title: American Sign Language Instructor
  • Phone: 541-636-0197
  • Office: 251 HEDCO Education Bldg
Department Section Description: 

Study of basic grammatical structure and vocabulary of American Sign Language, expressive and receptive finger-spelling, and introduction to American deaf culture.

Fulfills: 

Digital Humanities Minor

Digital Humanities Minor courses integrate literary study with the use of digital tools and technologies. Students in the minor learn how to make interpretive arguments by building digital archives and maps, interacting with digital games, using web-based publishing platforms, and visualizing data. The minor pays particular attention to the culture of creation in literary and cultural analysis. 

Title: 
First Year American Sign Language
Department Section Description: 

Study of basic grammatical structure and vocabulary of American Sign Language, expressive and receptive finger-spelling, and introduction to American deaf culture.

Fulfills: 

Disability Studies Minor

Disability Studies courses focus on how ableism (anti-disability prejudice) operates in different nations and how disability intersects with other forms of identity like gender, class, nationality, and race in complex and varied patterns.  Courses draw from fields like international development, health professions, design, sign language interpreting, education, and non-profit management.