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For the Signing Glossaries for Science Exhibits (SGSE) project, TERC researched and developed six separate signing glossaries, delivered as apps for use with handhelds, to provide visitors, ages 5-12+ who are deaf or hard of hearing, access to STEM vocabulary during visits to aquariums, botanical gardens, natural history museums, nature centers, science museums, and zoos.

Apps for the Signing Zoo Glossary (SZG), Signing Nature Center Glossary (SNCG), Signing Science Museum Glossary (SSMG), Signing Natural History Museum Glossary (SNHMG), Signing Aquarium Glossary (SAG), and Signing Botanical Garden Glossary (SBGG) are available free through Apple's App Store. They can be used with iPhones, iPads, and iPods.

Apps for the Signing Zoo Glossary (SZG), Signing Nature Center Glossary (SNCG), Signing Science Museum Glossary (SSMG), Signing Natural History Museum Glossary (SNHMG), Signing Aquarium Glossary (SAG), and Signing Botanical Garden Glossary (SBGG) are available free through Google's Play Store. They can be used with Android devices, including phones, tablets, and other devices running Android OS 4.1 or later.

Web versions of the SZG, SNCG, SSMG, SNHMG, SAG, and SBGG are available from these links. They are compatible with Mac, Chromebook, and a wide variety of platforms and web browsers and with iPads.

The Signing Glossary for Science Exhibits Toolkit, available here, provides information to help venues think about how they might incorporate the glossary into their offerings.

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NSF logo The Glossaries were developed by TERC and funded in part by the National Science Foundation, Grant #1602284. All opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the funders.