In September 2008, Mr. Mel Carter transferred the intellectual property rights for the ASLPI to Gallaudet University. It is a tremendous honor bestowed upon Gallaudet University, one that comes with great responsibility. The number one goal is to provide quality services that are reliable and consistent. The logo above was developed and has been legally trademarked. Registration of the ASLPI logo was granted by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, with Certificate of Registration No. 4,103,513 was issued on Feb. 28, 2012.

With regard to the logo design, the four slanted lines above the “I” represent proficiency levels 0-4. The black slash through the four vertical lines represents Level 5, the highest ASLPI proficiency level.

ASLPI Research & Statistics

Those who develop and utilize tests are responsible for demonstrating and documenting the effectiveness of their assessments. Effectiveness is typically demonstrated by providing evidence of the reliability and validity of the assessment's use for specific purposes and for specific populations of test-takers. Given that the...

American Sign Language Proficiency Interview (ASLPI)

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