As the pandemic has driven adoption and (over)use of videoconferencing software like Zoom, it’s required changes in American Sign Language. From Scientific American:
One adaptation arises as a result of a video meeting’s limited frame size. “The signing space is expansive,” says Michael Skyer, a senior lecturer of deaf education at the Rochester Institute of Technology.
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