I have started to use dcmp.org and I like it. They have many topics to choose from.
Great idea, Deafgal!here's what I did: set Sign of the Day | ASL Sign Language Video Dictionary as my homepage. That way, everytime I open my browser, I learn a new sign.
Some signs are SEE and some are ASL. It will let you know if it is ASL.
Wow by Dr. Bill himself. I checked the site out and found out the university is online with 2 year courses for ASL 1 and 2. still reading...That site is run by my current ASL 2 teacher: Dr. Bill Vicars. The videos are very, very good for practicing at home.