Printable American Sign Language signs are available at Lifeprint.com as of June 2015, according to the organization's website. All of the sign language graphics available are copyrighted, but the copyright holder permits downloading of the sign language pictures for use on personal computing devices and in classrooms.
To post the American Sign Language or ASL signs to a webpage or blog, users must give credit to Lifeprint.com, such as, "Copyright William Vicars, sign language resources at Lifeprint.com," and include a link to the website, explains the organization.
Students can use American Sign Language to meet language entrance and exit requirements at institutions of higher learning across the United States. Many states recognize ASL as a full natural language, according to Lifeprint.com.