Here are fun, free Deaf ASL vloggers you can study at your own free time.
I recommend ALL levels of signers to mimic the vloggers repeatedly 7 times a week to become used to the fluidity of superior signers.
NOTE: some signers' fingertalking expressive skills are difficult to read due to some incorrect positioning and sloppy habits - don't worry about them. Whatever you can read, nab those.
For beginners - study various patterns with NMS (non-manual signals - facial expressions) - pacing - pauses - movements --- don't worry about details. Become familiar with recognizing the entire body using ASL patterns.
For intermediates - study the ASL sentence types, role shifting, eye gazing and setting up references
For advance: study the new vocabulary you're not too sure of and jot them down in a list and be prepared to show me the entire sentence of what you saw; study the ASL classifiers and jot down your personal opinions of what several versions of meaning could be; copy-cat them until you're fluently aligned to their style, speed and pacing and emoting.
Have fun everyone!
DeafBlogs.net DeafBlogs.net is a central directory for Deaf weblogs. The site is updated periodically to list the newest Deaf blogs as they are submitted.
Deaf Progressivism Vlog http://deafprogressivism.blogspot.com/
Joey Baer's Vlog
"Best my, your, our opinion in ASL" - Joey Bear's award winning site that posts ASL video blogs, aka vlogs. Deaf views about culture, deaf education, Gallaudet, and more.
Sean Berdy’s Vlog http://www.deafseanberdy.blogspot.com/
Eric Babb’s Vlog http://ericbabb.blogspot.com/
Kiss-Hand ASL (David Anthony Martin’s vlog about teaching ASL) http://teach-asl.blogspot.com/
Bob’s Vlog (vlogs/interviews by the interim president of Gallaudet University – Robert Davila) http://www.gallaudet.edu/x3603.xml
Alternative Solutions Center (ASC) – Deafhood and Feminism http://www.deafcounseling.com/deafhood-and-feminism/
DeafRead.com Vlog Where are the Deaf minority blogs?