American Sign Language Instructor
Janna Sweenie has been teaching ASL at NYU for more than 25 years. She teaches all ASL Levels at NYU: I, II, III, IV and V.
Her Master’s degree is in Deafness Rehabilitation from NYU. She has been a consultant for Microsoft, Google, and New York City area museums, and online Social Media platforms.
Janna is also an Iowa School for the Deaf graduate.
Janna’s American Sign Language books, co-written with David Boles, include “Hand Jive: American Sign Language for Real Life” published by Metro Books, a division of Barnes & Noble, and “Picture Yourself Learning American Sign Language, Level 1 (Including DVD)” published by Course Technology, a Cengage Learning imprint.
Recent co-written Boles Books include, “Day One: Learning American Sign Language in 24 Hours” and “For Deaf People Only” as well as, “Return of the Deaf Mute: The Lost Legacy of the Greatest American Deaf Generation” and, finally, “American Sign Language Level 5: A Field Guide for Advanced Communication Techniques for People with Other Disabilities.”