Prof. Neidle teaches courses in general linguistics and French linguistics, and directs the American Sign Language Linguistic Research Project (ASLLRP). Funding from the NSF supports research on ASL linguistics, development of computational tools (including SignStream®) to facilitate analysis of signed language and gesture, and collaborative research with computer scientists on sign language recognition from video and development of applications based on this research. Several different types of experimental resources and analyzed data are shared publicly (see the DAI: She is PI on two current collaborative NSF-funded projects: “Scalable Integration of Data-Driven and Model-Based Methods for Large Vocabulary Sign Recognition and Search” and “NSF Convergence Accelerator (Phase I), Track D: Data & AI Methods for Modeling Facial Expressions in Language with Applications to Privacy for the Deaf, ASL Education & Linguistic Research.” Books include The Syntax of American Sign Language: Functional Categories and Hierarchical Structure and The Role of Case in Russian Syntax. See also other ASL-related talks and publications on the ASLLRP website: