Students can Learn together through Auslan and English.
With OpenAccess Face to Face, learning and conversing between Auslan and English has never been easier.
Deaf students can develop their English literacy from a range of words and phrases in the Auslan video library
Hearing people keen to learn Auslan, can watch short Auslan videos and practice anywhere and anytime.
Students can learn together through matched content that appear on paired devices.
• Over 2000 words – one of the biggest databases of Auslan
• Many different themes to choose from including ‘Everyday words’, workplace’, ‘technology’, ‘sports’, ‘food’, Education, etc.
• Build and save your favorites for popular everyday words and quick phrases
• Slow down the video speed for easier learning
• Sync content to appear on a paired iPad to learn with others
• Use the app as an Auslan learning tool to try at home, school, community or work.
“The students were able to learn from each other and improve their spelling weaknesses or if they don’t know the word. It was important to find the picture connected with the word and also the Auslan sign.” – Melissa Bryson, teacher at Furlong Park School for Deaf Children.
“I am now learning Auslan from this app to help me communicate better with my deaf friends”.
“I really appreciate this new app and the greater depth it gives me to be able to communicate automatically with hearing customers (Tradeblock Café) in my natural language” – Rebecca Stebbing, student at Victorian College for the Deaf.
Read more testimonials in workplace, education and social settings: www.openaccessfacetoface.com.au
Available on iPhone and iPad
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Ratings and Reviews
This app is really useful if you have some foundational knowledge of Auslan grammar! The videos are also a great way to visual tool to learn signs.
However, the videos for certain words/phrases that don’t seem to be working, for example, “Come on, let’s go”, and “Oh I see”.
Good app with plenty of practical signs. The sentence builder works well if you know the grammatical structure of auslan, however if could benefit from the ability to rearrange your sentence after building it. Another needed improvement is the labelling of northern and southern signs. The app seems to swap and choose between northern and southern signs for different words without indication whether they are northern or southern. Overall it is a useful app for anyone wanting to learn some basic, context specific signs.
Now bring on the updates...I know its free but for an app this well presented, this polished, with clear precise signing and with the smoothest video play.. I don't mind paying.
Need lots more words and lots more workplace environments..top job so far😊
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.